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Webinar: Occupational Fraud - What, Why, How, and Who?

Event Description

Webinar Recording


Inform attendees about:

  • The current state of occupational fraud in the US
  • Common red flags of occupational fraud
  • Effective preventive and detective internal controls
  • The fraud diamond and how anyone can apply it to real world scenarios
  • Ethical dilemmas faced by whistleblowers

Who Should Attend:

Personnel from State Agencies, Universities, and Community Colleges

CPE Logistics:

CPE Credit: 1.0 hours
Materials: Will be provided before webinar
Teaching Method: Live Webinar
Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Level: Basic
Webinar Developer: NC State University
Webinar Sponsor: NC Office of the State Controller

NOTE: There will be NO site administrator or group registrations for this webinar. During the webinar, participants are required to be individually logged on for no less than 50 minutes of the webinar and respond to three polling questions to receive CPE credit. Your time will be tracked to accurately award 1 hour of CPE credit.

IMPORTANT: There will be NO partial credit given. No CPE credit will be awarded if you watch this as a group. 

Speaker - Dr. Eileen Z. Taylor
Professor of Accounting - NC State Poole College of Management

Webinar Speaker - Eileen Taylor

Dr. Eileen Z. Taylor is a Professor of Accounting at NC State Poole College of Management. She teaches in the MBA and MAC programs, and also teaches courses at Duke University. Her research is focused on whistleblowing, ethics, and accounting information systems. She publishes in a range of journals, including Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Forensic Accounting Research, Accounting Horizons, and Behavioral Research in Accounting. She serves on several editorial boards and she co-edited a special issue of JIS on AIS and Ethics. She is currently co-editing a Routledge Companion on Accounting and Ethics. Dr. Taylor is a CPA in North Carolina, and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. She holds a BS, MAC, and PhD, all from the University of South Florida.

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