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 Developing an Anti-Fraud Program to Defend Against Emerging Social Engineering Schemes

3/15/2016 7:30 AM
3/15/2016 10:00 AM
HQ 2, VSP HQ, 3188 Zinfandel Drive Rancho Cordova, CA |  
Level: Basic

Recommended Prerequisite: An understanding of the methods and uses of social engineering

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Fraudsters are constantly evolving their tactics to circumvent traditional fraud prevention controls. The growth of social media and the increased level of data breaches have introduced new threats. This session will give an overview of current social engineering fraud schemes, as well as provide you with a road-map on how to protect your organization against these schemes.

You Will Learn How To:

• Gain an understanding of the links between fraud, social media and the Deep Web

• Prevent, detect and investigate the latest social engineering fraud schemes

• Develop a framework to address social engineering risks

• Assess the risks to an organization and develop an appropriate policy with regard to social media

Bio for Steve C. Morang, President of San Francisco Chapter of Assoc. of Certified Fraud Examiners - Steve is passionate about leading the battle to fight fraud.  Anytime.  Anywhere. Steve is a global leader in fraud prevention, detection and investigation. Over the past fifteen years Steve has developed multiple methodologies to help organizations stay ahead of the latest trends in fraud. He holds a Masters of Business Administration (Finance) from Webster University and is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and has the Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA). Steve is a Senior Manager with Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP leading the GRC Advisory Practice and is currently President of the San Francisco Chapter of the ACFE. His area of specialization includes: Enterprise Risk Management and Fraud Risk Assessment Workshops using specialized balloting technology to enhance value, as well as, the building and evaluation of custom compliance programs concerning FCPA, UK Bribery Act and various other US Government Orders and Regulations.​ 

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Refund Policy

NO REFUNDS WILL BE GRANTED FOR CANCELLATIONS.  However, cancellations received within 48 hours will receive a credit to attend a future seminar within one year. 

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Registration Instructions

Attendees are required to Pre-Pay by credit card, debit card, a PayPal account or by check.  No cash will be accepted at the door.   

Registration for this event ends on Thursday, March 11, 2016 

Payment Options

PayPal - Select the PayPal box if you are paying by Credit Card, Debit Card or PayPal account.

Check - Select the Check box if you are paying by check. Make your check payable to: Institute of Internal Auditors, Sacramento Chapter and send the check to the following address:  

The Golden 1 Credit Union

c/o Internal Audit Department - IIA

Post Office Box 278598

Sacramento, CA 95827- 8598 

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