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Atlanta, GA - Effective Report Writing for Fraud Examiners - Atl. GA | February 11, 2019


Whether working with a client or as part of an internal investigation, communicating your findings is an important part of the fraud examination process. A written report provides not only a record of the investigation’s results, but can build credibility for your work. Learn to write an effective report during this 1-day ACFE seminar. This instructor-led course will introduce you to the fundamentals of good report writing and enable you to clearly and effectively communicate the results of your investigation. This course is held in conjunction with the 2-day ACFE seminar, Obtaining, Managing and Searching Electronic Evidence. Register for both courses to SAVE an additional $100! 
 

Whether working with a client or as part of an internal investigation, communicating your findings is an important part of the fraud examination process. A written report provides not only a record of the investigation’s results, but can build credibility for your work. Learn to write an effective report during this 1-day ACFE seminar. This instructor-led course will introduce you to the fundamentals of good report writing and enable you to clearly and effectively communicate the results of your investigation.  
 

You Will Learn How To:  
 

  • Assess your audience and plan your report
  • Organize your report content to maximize readability
  • Incorporate visual aids to illustrate key points
  • Identify and address relevant legal issues in report writing
  • Write effective expert-witness reports
  • Avoid common mistakes when preparing reports

Who Should Attend:  
 

  • Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals 
  • Business professionals who conduct interviews
  • Attorneys, legal professionals and law enforcement personnel
  • Controllers and corporate managers
  • Detectives and private investigators
  • Governance, risk management and compliance officers
  • Internal and external auditors, CPAs, CAs and forensic accountants
  • Loss prevention and security professionals
  • Business professionals, educators and students interested in the anti-fraud field

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Atlanta, GA - Obtaining, Managing and Searching Electronic Evidence - Atlanta, GA  | February 12-13, 2019
 

This course is held in conjunction with the 1-day ACFE seminar, Effective Report Writing for Fraud Examiners . Register for both courses to SAVE an additional $100!
 

Fraud examinations are constantly evolving, and technology is often the driving force behind these changes. In today's data-driven environment, the evidence obtained to investigate and eventually prosecute a fraud can come from numerous sources — many of which are now digital. Identifying where digital evidence might be stored and using specialized tools and techniques to preserve this data will require new expertise from both the digital forensics practitioner and the fraud examiner. 
 

This 2-day seminar will introduce you to digital forensics and discuss accepted techniques to identify, preserve and manage digital evidence. You will learn how to qualify and work with the digital forensics expert to effectively narrow the focus of large volumes of data and identify those elements that will best serve the case. Learning how to work with these professionals and how to plan an investigative strategy in the digital environment will maximize your chance for a successful fraud examination.
 

You Will Learn How To:  

  • Identify digital forensics best practices as they apply to a fraud examination  
  • Obtain and secure the digital evidence you are looking for
  • Locate evidence you need in the cloud and on mobile devices

Who Should Attend:  
 

  • Attorneys, legal professionals and law enforcement personnel
  • Detectives and private investigators 
  • IT professionals 
  • Internal auditors, forensic accountants and bank examiners
  • Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals 

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