Forensic Update editor presenting at 7th Annual Fraud Summit…
Posted by Johnny Lee on March 20, 2012
The seventh-annual “Fraud Summit” will be held later this month at the University of Texas at Dallas. This summit is a collaboration among the Dallas Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors, the North Texas Chapter of ISACA, and the Dallas Chapter of the Association for Certified Fraud Examiners.
This two-day conference will include “numerous sessions with dynamic presenters on current fraud topics,” including a variety of break-out sessions designed to improve the participants’ fraud-detecting skills and to apply what they have learned. Several sessions will focus upon “advanced fraud techniques and case studies for those looking for more than just the basics.”
ForensicUpdate editor, Johnny Lee, will present on the topic of “Data Governance and eDiscovery.” Click here for more details.
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