Join us for a virtual half-day seminar with Dr. Fraud® aka Dr. J. Michael Skiba presenting about Corporate and Occupational Fraud, the Psychology of Fraud, and How to Hack a Human.
- Timing: Virtual Zoom Event begins at 12:30 pm and ends by 4:30 pm with a 10-15 minute break in between each of the three sessions.
- Cost: $25 for 2021 Chapter members; $50 for non-members
- CPEs: 4
- Zoom access link will be emailed before the event.
Description of Fraud Training Event:
Presented by Dr. J. Michael Skiba
Session 1 - Corporate and Occupational Fraud
Corporate and occupational fraud is predicted to become one of the largest threats to companies and agencies in the upcoming year. Facing this internal threat requires a unique approach to counter-fraud, an approach that must be unique to that particular institution. In this very interactive session, learn specifics on schemes, detection methods, and strategies that can be taken away for immediate application. Furthermore, delve into the mind of the corporate fraudster and how their unique make-up requires equally unique tactics.
Session 2: Psychology of Fraud
This session is founded on the presenters newly released book entitled, “The Psychology of Fraud”. This session will explore what motivates people (how honest are you??) as this is the basis for psychological and criminological research. Furthermore, attendees will gain an understanding of criminological theory and why fraudsters commit crime. These theories will be explored and applied in a fraud context which will assist with developing highly effective counter fraud strategies. Preventative efforts based on these theories will also be explored. Attend if you dare to get into the mind of a fraudster.
Session 3 - How to Hack a Human
Why are all Humans Vulnerable? The research indicates that 98% of all cyberattacks occur as a result of social engineering tactics. This implies that humans (employees) are the weakest link in an organizations system, which leaves the door open to cybercriminals. In this session, attendees will learn the psychological tricks and tactics that criminals use to manipulate employees into gaining access into internal systems. Understanding these persuasive tactics will help organizations develop stronger, more focused cyber strategies. In this informative session, Dr. Fraud will explore all of these significant topics and engulf the audience in how to hack a human.
Dr. Skiba, also known as Dr. Fraud ®, is an international expert in financial crime, cybercrime, and professional development (academic, public, and private sector) and is referred to as one of the top crime fighters in the world. He worked for two corporations for 25 years in special investigations and management and now owns his own international company focusing on consulting, training, and speaking on financial crime, cybercrime and professional development. He has worked on hundreds of projects across the globe, including Malaysia, Argentina, Singapore, Mexico, Germany, USA, and the Nordics He has performed at over 500 public speaking events including keynoting, emceeing, moderating, and hosting. He has also been a university professor for 15 years and is currently Department Chair of Criminal Justice at Colorado State University Global. He holds an MBA and a PhD with a financial crime focus and governments, corporations, and colleges from around the world regularly call upon him to consult, train, and assist with financial crime, cybercrime, and professional development topics and strategies.
He also founded and manages Dr. Fraud Training Group, which offers fully online classes in financial crime. He is sought after as a media contributor that can be seen in many outlets including NBC, ABC, London Telegraph, and SiriusXM radio. He is an instructor for the U.S. ATF and a member of the Academic Council of the United Nations System. He is an accomplished author and recently published a book entitled “The Psychology of Fraud” and the host of DFTV-Dr Fraud TV, a show dedicated to investigating scams and fraud around the globe.
Registration will be open until 4:00 pm on Monday, September 20th, 2021. If you have any questions, please send an email to AlbanyACFE@aol.com.