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George Washington University

700 21st Street Northwest

Room: Hall of Government - GOV 104

Washington, DC 20052

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Fraud can occur in any organization, of any size, in any location. With increasing economic pressures and new technologies (both known and unknown), there will always be new opportunities and incentives to commit fraud by unscrupulous individuals, which may detract from your organization's missions or goals. Ignoring the threat of fraud, whether external or internal, is not an option.

Data analytics, as it applies to detecting fraud, refers to the use of specialized software tools and organizational data, together with applied human intelligence, to identify and respond to trends, patterns, or anomalies which indicate fraud.

This event will help you understand the benefits and challenges of using data analytics in detecting fraud, identify common fraud schemes that may be detected using data analytics, and articulate leading skills, methodologies, and tools needed to effectively detect fraud using data analytics.

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700 21st Street Northwest

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