Chief Operations Officer’s Report—Third Quarter 2021 | Tackling Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, and Fraud
Global headlines consistently report the rising proliferation of cybercrimes and fraudulent schemes.
The Dayton Fraud, Cyber & Ethics Virtual Conference scheduled October 20–22 will assemble the world’s leading law enforcement agents, financial crime experts, forensic accountants, financial valuation analysts, academic leaders, regulators, and policymakers who will tackle these issues head on. For details and to register, go to www.NACVA.com/DFC2021.
NACVA|GACVA’s global membership provides essential accounting, finance, litigation support, expert witnessing, and business valuation services to main street and wall street businesses alike. The consequences from cybercrime and fraud acts negatively impact our interconnected local and global economies.
In the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic, there is a sense of urgency to:
- Bridge the intersections of deterrence, detection, investigation, and prosecution
- Escalate awareness, training, and resources
- Identify safeguards for businesses
- Implement risk mitigation strategies
- Protect business owners, consumers, and individuals
Featured Conference Presenters:
Dr. Maria Hartwig, PhD
John Jay College of
Chair, International Association
of Chiefs of Police
CEO, Grant Thornton LLP
Dr. Joe Koletar, DPA, CFE
ACFE Board of Regents
Amanda Malusky Krauss
Associate Managing Director,
Auditor of State,
State of Ohio
Dr. Sri Ramamoorti, PhD
Associate Professor of Accounting,
University of Dayton
Victor “Vic” E. Hartman,
JD, CPA/CFF, CFE
Founder, The Hartman Firm
The star-studded lineup of presenters will delve into case studies plucked from the headlines. They will connect trending cybercrimes and fraudulent schemes exploring techniques and strategies to protect businesses. Ethical considerations and the growing awareness of behavioral forensics will also be covered.
Attendees will come away with intel on how to implement safeguards for businesses, strategies to mitigate risk, and investigative/prosecutorial techniques to provide greater and expanded services to clients.
$150 Early Registration Discount expires August 31, 2021. Use promo code DFC21 when registering to save $150.
Fostering strategic alliances within the accounting, legal, academic, regulatory, and business communities reside at the core mission of NACVA|GACVA. This inaugural event was launched in October 2020. For the second consecutive year, NACVA and the CTI are the exclusive Technology Partners for the three-day virtual event. We are honored to work alongside the conference sponsors to deliver this timely virtual event.
PwCGlobal Digital Trust Insights Survey 2021, in October 2020, 51% of the global financial services executives said they are integrating cybersecurity and privacy implications into business decisions and planning as a result of COVID-19. Slightly more than half plan to increase cyber budgets (57%) and headcount (53%) in 2021.
Cybersecurity capability comes from process, not tools.
As directed by NACVA’s Litigation Forensics Board, the Cybersecurity Clinic launches September 27–October 1, 2021.
The 15-hour virtual training program covers all the bases.
- Day 1: Cybersecurity Statutes and Frameworks
- Day 2: Fundamentals of Cybercrime: Actors and Stakeholders
- Day 3: Cyber Hygiene and Business E-mail Compromise
- Day 4: Digital Forensics: An Overview
- Day 5: Valuation Implications and Current Trends in Cybersecurity
Register early! 10% Early Registration Discount expires August 31, 2021.