Cyber Fraud & Data Breaches

Event Phone: 804-389-2609

  • Cyber Fraud & Data Breaches
    May 16, 2018 - May 17, 2018
    7:30 am - 4:30 pm

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May 16-17, 2018
Virginia State Police Training Center
7700 Midlothian Turnpike, West Chesterfield, Virginia 23235

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Join our Richmond Chapter, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Virginia State Police for this two day, in depth seminar, Cyber Fraud & Data Breaches!

Cyber fraud attacks happen; they can’t all be stopped.  The higher order question must be how can we, as fraud examiners and assurance professionals, best assist our clients in building control defenses that are much more resilient to continual attack?   We need to be able to respond at scale to the challenges we face from a fully automated criminal hacker community.  Time and time again, we’ve seen those with ill intent automate their increasingly more complex attacks; it’s this ability that has led to a paradigm shift in cyber fraud, moving from a one-on-one to a one-to-many affair.

Losing data to fraud can be costlier than the loss of cash and other assets. To ensure data security, safeguard intellectual property and guard against cyberfraud, fraud examiners must stay informed about rapidly advancing technologies, emerging business trends and the methods employed by increasingly sophisticated information thieves.

This 2-day, instructor-led course will clarify these issues while guiding you through the crucial strategies needed to mitigate the threat of malicious data theft and minimize the risk of inadvertent data loss. You will also learn useful steps for the creation of data onsecurity policies and related internal controls.

Our Chapter and national ACFE have engaged as our speaker the ACFE’s internationally renowned  cyberfraud expert and author CARY E. MOORE, CFE, CISSP, MBA for this two day ACFE seminar designed to meet the needs of practicing internal and external auditors, fraud examiners, forensic accountants and investigators of all kinds as they combat cyberfraud.  You don’t have to be an IT professional, a practicing fraud examiner  or a forensic accountant to apply these techniques, you just have to understand how to apply them during actual engagements.

You Will Learn How To:

–Explain the ways data can be stolen by employees and information thieves;
–Enact data security measures and be prepared in the event of a data breach;
–Contend with data theft maneuvers such as social engineering, hacking and espionage;–Identify various sources of data loss, both internal and external;
–Recognize the impacts of converging trends such as cloud computing and bring your own device (BYOD);
–Recognize the legal and regulatory concerns related to data security.

Who Should Attend:

Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals
Governance, risk management and compliance officers
Corporate managers
IT professionals
Loss prevention and security professionals
Government employees
Internal and external auditors, CPAs, CISAs, and CAs
Business professionals, educators and students interested in the fraud prevention field


Venue Phone: 804-389-2609

Venue Website:

7700 Midlothian Turnpike, Training Room 335, West Chesterfield, Virginia, 23235, United States