As you can see, fraud is alive and well in the digital age. Every day, you can
see news where yet another organization was victimized by one of their employees
or an outsider who managed to compromise internal systems and protections. It
seems that the cat and mouse game between those trying to steal and those trying
to catch them will be a never-ending war. Yet is it possible that our approaches to
combatting the fraudster have been incomplete? Most people, when asked, believe
that the best way to prevent fraud from occurring is to decrease opportunity, but is
that the correct answer? What if you could interfere with the fraudster’s mind
before he/she makes the choice to steal? Could that be a better approach?
In this Master Class Training, Michael Bret Hood, a 25-year veteran FBI Special
Agent, will take you deep inside the criminal mind so that you can understand how
the brain works when fraud and other crimes are committed. The latest scientific
research has offered us a new way to look at our controls and systems. No longer
should we be limited by defining our efforts to block opportunity. Rather, we should
also be addressing both the motivational and rationalization processes.
Senior-level investigative, ﬁnancial crime, money laundering and executive leadership development expert with a proven track record of success on a global scale. A one of a kind master facilitator, human behaviour and interpersonal communication specialist with Former FBI agent having 25 years of experience and 4 time award winner a through the premier law enforcement agency in the world. Currently, monitoring and coaching executives at the FBI’s Executive Development Institute where I am creating the vision and strategy to lead major law enforcement executives in their attempts to adapt and transform their agencies to ﬁt 21st century models of policing.
Leadership Specialties: Executive Leadership Development; Coaching, Creating Custom Interactive Leadership Development Programs, Implicit Bias, and Group Psychology. Financial Crimes & Money Laundering Specialties: Advanced Investigative Skills, E-Currency, Fraud Detection & Prevention, Anti-Bribery, FCPA, Forensic Accounting,&Interviewing.
An Investigator’s Guide to the Whistleblower – Go in- depth into the whistle-blower experience so you, as the investigator, are prepared to best interact with someone who has taken a major risk and suﬀered signiﬁcant consequences.
After this block of instruction, the participants will be able to: Explain the whistle-blower lifecycle
Maricopa Case Study – A ﬁnancial fraud case study into a fraud perpetrated by Barron’s #1 ranked hedge fund manager. Students will learn how the subjects manipulated some of the best and smartest business persons into giving him over $100 million
After this block of instruction, the participants will be able to: Explain the rule of reciprocity’s relation to victimology.
Artiﬁcial Intelligence (AI) and Behavioral Ethics: With So Much Information Accessible, What Are The Implications for Investigators? – Between social media, cookies, search histories, and algorithms, organizations have access to detailed behavioral proﬁles of hundreds of millions of people, albeit not always with the person’s knowledge and consent. In this interactive block of instruction, participants will discuss the ethicality and utility of leveraging such information in the investigative process
After this block of instruction, the participants will be able to:
C level executives CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Directors, Vice Presidents, Heads, General Managers and Senior Manager
• Fraud prevention & investigation • Internal audit • Internal control • Compliance and Corporate governance • Legal and Risk management • Anti-money laundering• Operational risk • Financial crime • Credit management • Cyber Digital Audit • IT Security • Business Continuity management • Operations risk
|Hard copy, Soft Copy of Training Presentation, Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Refreshments, Certificate of Merit Attendance||1999$|
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