Internal fraud has existed just about as long as businesses have existed. But the problem of fraud has increased exponentially as business and technology have become more and more complex. No matter the size of a business, the importance of looking for fraud has never been higher, and because of that, there is an increasing need for fraud prevention professionals. We’ll be joined by experts in the field of fraud prevention to talk about what kinds of fraud are plaguing businesses, the areas of business fraud usually occurs, and the prevention methods that are available.
Ben Bradford - Reporter for WFAE
Dr. Patrick Malloy - Assistant Professor of Accounting at Pfeiffer University, director of the Financial Fraud Investigations Program
Roy Strickland - head of Forensic, Litigation Support and Valuation Services for Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP
Cory Rogers - manager of Forensic, Investigative and Dispute Services at Grant Thornton
Larry Crumbley - professor of accounting at Louisiana State University and currently Executive in Residence at Pfeiffer University Department of Accounting
- Pfeiffer University's 2014 Fraud & Forensic Investigations Conference