Conference on Fraud, Cyber, & Governance Priorities

FEI, the Behavioral Forensics Group, LLC (B4G), and the University of Dayton Center for Cyber Security & Data Intelligence (UD) have assembled panels of esteemed industry specialists and anti-fraud professionals to share the latest behavioral insights, strategies, trends, and tools to help business leaders prevent, deter, and mitigate fraud risk. 

Why You Should Attend: 
  • Learn from pivotal players and thought leaders in the anti-fraud space as they deliver actionable insights.
  • Understand how to leverage behavioral psychology to detect, prevent, and contain fraud.
  • Earn valuable CPE credits.

Key Takeaways:
  • Understand the fraud threat picture – occupational (asset misappropriation, corruption, financial statements) and cyber.
  • Discover what motivates people to commit fraud and how to deter them.
  • Find out how to identify warning signs and take a pre-emptive stance against fraud.
  • Learn best practices, time-tested and proven implementation strategies in combating fraud.
  • Explore the role of those charged with governance in creating a fraud-resistant organization.


  • Member:  $295
  • Nonmember: $495


Vic Hartman

The Hartman Firm, LLC

Daven Morrison, M.D.

Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Chicago Medical School
CEO Morrison Associates, Ltd

Dr. Sri Ramamoorti

Associate Professor of Accounting
University of Dayton

Lynda Schwartz

Lecturer, Director of Forensic & Data Analytics Curriculum, Isenberg School of Management
University of Massachusetts Amherst

David Sems

Sems & Associates