Fraud Data Analytics - OAF315

Fraud Data Analytics

Fraud Data Analytics - OAF315

Upcoming Dates & Locations

Onsite - Dallas
Sep 13th, 2021 - Sep 15th, 2021
Onsite - Orlando
Dec 6th, 2021 - Dec 8th, 2021

Fraud Data Analytics - OAF315


Price: $1833.00


Data analytics is a critical technique to locate fraudulent activity in business systems. This course combines fraud risk assessment and data analytics to assist the auditor in responding to the risk of fraud within audits. The course includes techniques to identify fraud hidden in company databases and methodologies that provide a framework to build your fraud analytics plan. It also includes techniques to build data interrogation search routines into your risk assessment to locate red flags.

Who Should Attend

Financial, Operational, Internal, IT and External Auditors; Audit Managers; Fraud Investigators and Managers; Risk and Compliance Managers and Officers; Information Security Professionals


  • Fraud Audit School – OAF201
  • Fraud Testing: Integrating Fraud Detection into Your Audit Plan – OAF301
  • Equivalent Experience

What You’ll Learn

You will learn how to build a data analytics plan to incorporate into your audit program and techniques to create search routines to uncover fraud in business systems.


  • Fraud Data Analytics
  • Data Mining Strategies
  • How to Build a Fraud Data Mining Plan
  • Data Analytics in Planning the Audit
  • Data Mining for Shell Companies
  • Data Mining for Fraudulent Disbursement
  • Data Mining for Corruption
  • Data Mining Company Credit Cards
  • Data Mining for Payroll Fraud
  • Data Mining for Theft of Revenue and Cash Receipts
  • Data Mining Within the Financial Statements

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because fraud is a pervasive and costly problem, internal auditors are tasked with helping deter and detect it, and fraud detection skills can enhance your ability to perform your job and advance in your career.

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