The Houston Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (Houston ACFE) is happy to host a virtual seminar in lieu of the usual in person meeting.
Title: Cyber Fraud and Cryptocurrencies
Presenter: Dan Ramey, CPA/CFF/ABV/CITP, CFE, CVA, CIA/CRMA, CISA/CISM, CMA, - Founder and President of Houston Financial Forensics LLC
Description: Cyber fraud, cybersecurity, and cryptocurrencies are three of the hottest topics in business discussions today. Join Dan Ramey, CFE to learn what is going on in the world of cyber fraud and cryptocurrencies. The discussion will include what are some of the newest cyber fraud schemes occurring and an introduction to cryptocurrencies and how they are utilized in cyber fraud schemes.
Bio: Dan is the Founder and President of Houston Financial Forensics, LLC and Dan T. Ramey, CPA, LLC. Dan is a frequent speaker to business and professional groups on fraud, cyber security / cyber fraud, risk assessment, third-party risk management, fraudulent financial reporting, internal audit, COSO 2013, valuation methodology, compliance, and due diligence. Dan was recently awarded, Educator of the Year by the Houston ACFE Chapter for his teaching at University of Houston, Bauer College of Business.
Houston Financial Forensics, LLC is a professional services provider in the areas of fraud investigation, cyber security / cyber fraud risk assessment, forensic accounting, enterprise and IT risk assessment, fraud risk assessment, internal audit, enterprise risk management, internal controls design and implementation, business valuation, litigation support, third-party risk management services, internal audit department quality assurance reviews, SOX 404 services, and due diligence (buy-side and sell-side) for mergers and acquisitions.
Dan is a graduate of Baylor University with a degree in Accounting and an Executive MBA from Houston Baptist University. He is a member of Second Baptist Church where he serves as a Deacon and has served on various committees since joining the church in 1981. Dan also serves on the Houston Baptist University Archie W. Dunham College of Business Dean’s Development Council and the Accounting Advisory Board at C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston where he is also the Chair of the Outreach Committee.Learning Objectives:
- Define Cryptocurrencies and how they vary from traditional currencies
- Differentiate between the different kinds of cryptocurrencies
- Identify cyber fraud schemes occurring with cryptocurrencies
1:55 PM: Webinar Opens
2:00 PM: Introductory Remarks ACFE Chapter President
2:05 PM: Presentation
Recommended CPE Credits: 1 hour CPE credit
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Attendance Requirements: In order to receive CPE credit, you must attend at least 50 minutes of each hour presented, and you must answer at least three polling questions per hour presented.
Delivery Method: Group Live Presented online due to covid-19
Prerequisites: Not Applicable
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Who Should Attend: Anti-fraud professionals, Auditors, Accountants, Attorneys, Investigators, Law Enforcement, Educators, Students
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
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