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Earn ACFE approved CPE credits with these free webinars available only to ACFE members.

Check back regularly for new webinars and more opportunities to earn free CPE credit. Archived webinars will be available for 12 months from the date of the live event.

 
Recent Archived Webinars
Holistic Strategies to Address Cyber Intelligence and Fraud
Originally offered on March 19, 2014
In this webinar you will learn to: understand the necessity of internal alignment between security and fraud management, develop a deeper understanding of the nature and types of threats to organizations and identify effective cyber intelligence measures to implement.

Cyber Fraud: The New Financial Crime Wave
Originally offered on January 23, 2014
This webinar shines a spotlight on three ominous trends that have culminated in the perfect conditions for the growing wave of financial cyber fraud. It discusses how individual threat vectors such as data breaches, malware and organized cybercriminals have blurred and blended - resulting in increasingly sophisticated tactics used to commit financial crimes.

Expanding Your Reach to Put a Face on Financial Crimes
Originally offered on December 3, 2013
The world of online fraud is ever changing and becoming more and more sophisticated; reacting to these changes quickly is key to keeping your organization and your customers protected. View this webcast to gain insight on how organizations can up their game through collaboration in their fight against crime.

Collaborate Across the Enterprise to Fight Fraud and Financial Crimes
Originally offered on November 20, 2013
Join this webinar to learn how integrated systems and innovative technology solutions can enable information sharing across the organization, and can provide the powerful detection, investigation and prediction necessary to stay ahead of threats.

Fraud and Money Laundering: Can You Think Like a Fraudster?
Originally offered on September 27, 2013
Understand how the five elements of fraud traits fit together to influence the fraudster

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