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Joint event (ISACA and ACFE DC) - IT Fraud Panel

Thursday, November 5, 2020, 3:00 PM until 5:00 PM
Virtual Event using Zoom and teleconference
(details provided with email prior to event)

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ACFE DC and ISACA Greater Washington DC Presents:

Panel discussion:  Preventing and Responding to Information Technology Fraud

Date and Time:
  November 05,  2020 (Thursday), 3:00PM to 5:00PM EST

Instruction Delivery:
  Group Live (virtual using Zoom, and/or teleconference)

  Zoom and teleconference (details via email prior to event)

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn types of information technology fraud, their risks and implications
  • Learn how to prevent and mitigate information technology fraud
  • Understand leading practices for responding to incidents involving information technology fraud

Panelist: Details regarding panelists will be available as they are finalized. 

Preventing IT Fraud panel:
- Marianne Roth:  Chief Risk Officer; Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
- Sangeeta Saraf:  Senior Fraud Program Manager; Bureau of the Fiscal Service
- Erick Zenteno:  Benefits Delivery Protection & Remediation, Department of Veteran Affairs
Moderated by Crystal Wolf:  Director; Guidehouse

Responding to IT Fraud panel:
- Michael Pocalyko:  Chief Executive Officer; Special Investigations Limited Company (SI)
- Steven Burke:  Special Agent-in-Charge; U.S. Department of Transportation
- Paul Conlon:  Assistant Inspector General for Investigations; Federal Housing Finance Agency
Moderated by Stacey Ferris:  Federal Consulting


  • Free (ACFE DC and ISACA Greater Washington DC chapter members)
  • Non-chapter members:$20

Course Description:

This panel discussion will provide insights into how opportunities and incentives to commit fraud on information technology systems has grown.  Incidents of information technology being maliciously exploited reduces confidence and trust in the attacked organization’s security and operations.  Join this panel to discuss information technology fraud, including how to prevent and respond to them.


  • 3:00 to 3:55 PM:  First Panel:  Understand information technology fraud and how can they be prevented
  • 3:55 to 4:05 PM:Break
  • 4:05 to 5:00 PM:  Second Panel Discuss leading practices for responding to incidents involving information technology fraud

CPE Credit Hours: 2.00 [Specialized knowledge] - CPE credit will only be available to attendees who participate via Zoom.

NASBA Sponsor ID: 129235

Program level:  Basic

Program prerequisite and advance preparation:  not applicable




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