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Praise for Fraud Analytics
"In Fraud Analytics, Delena Spann meticulously reminds us that technology has redesigned the world for the good guys and the crooks. If law enforcement is to keep up, then we must utilize the best tools to thwart the efforts of white–collar criminals whose impact devastates our economy. She articulately and technically apprises the good guys on how to detect the practices of America′s most prolific criminals. This is a must–have book."
Dr. Jeffrey Dean Swain, JD, PhD, Criminal and Constitutional Law, Florida Memorial University
"As a professor of audit and forensic accounting, Fraud Analytics is the reference book I have been waiting for. Clear, no–nonsense instructions will allow me to use this text in my graduate and undergraduate fraud detection courses as the one guide to forensic tools and fraud–fighting strategies."
Peg Berezewski, CFE, CGMA, CPA, Professor, Robert Morris University, Illinois
"At last! We finally we have a definitive, understandable book written about the technical subject of fraud analytics. Delena Spann shares her expertise with us through clear explanations and case studies. Having been associated with Ms. Spann for fifteen years, I am pleased that her insights are communicated with this valuable book for fraud examiners, auditors, and financial investigators. We are utilizing her analyses with our clients and in our seminars."
David S. Marshall, MBA, CFE, CISA, Principal, Infotech Global Audit and Security, Inc., and Corporate Compliance Seminars; President, Greater Chicago Chapter, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
"This book is an outstanding primer in the area of fraud analytics. It provides a significant overview of the threats and impact that fraud has on the private and public sectors as well as identifies and describes current solutions and analytic techniques to address this. Fraud Analytics is a terrific contribution to the national security community and more specifically to anyone interested in fighting fraud."
Jill D. Rhodes, JD, LLM, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Trustmark Companies; former executive, Senior National Intelligence Service
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781118230688
ISBN-10: 111823068X
Pagini: 176
Ilustrații: illustrations
Dimensiuni: 158 x 232 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.86 kg
Editura: Wiley
Seria Wiley Corporate F&A

Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

Public țintă

Fraud examiners, auditors, controllers, cfos

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Praise for Fraud Analytics
"In Fraud Analytics, Delena Spann meticulously reminds us that technology has redesigned the world for the good guys and the crooks. If law enforcement is to keep up, then we must utilize the best tools to thwart the efforts of white–collar criminals whose impact devastates our economy. She articulately and technically apprises the good guys on how to detect the practices of America′s most prolific criminals. This is a must–have book."
Dr. Jeffrey Dean Swain, JD, PhD, Criminal and Constitutional Law, Florida Memorial University
"As a professor of audit and forensic accounting, Fraud Analytics is the reference book I have been waiting for. Clear, no–nonsense instructions will allow me to use this text in my graduate and undergraduate fraud detection courses as the one guide to forensic tools and fraud–fighting strategies."
Peg Berezewski, CFE, CGMA, CPA, Professor, Robert Morris University, Illinois
"At last! We finally we have a definitive, understandable book written about the technical subject of fraud analytics. Delena Spann shares her expertise with us through clear explanations and case studies. Having been associated with Ms. Spann for fifteen years, I am pleased that her insights are communicated with this valuable book for fraud examiners, auditors, and financial investigators. We are utilizing her analyses with our clients and in our seminars."
David S. Marshall, MBA, CFE, CISA, Principal, Infotech Global Audit and Security, Inc., and Corporate Compliance Seminars; President, Greater Chicago Chapter, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
"This book is an outstanding primer in the area of fraud analytics. It provides a significant overview of the threats and impact that fraud has on the private and public sectors as well as identifies and describes current solutions and analytic techniques to address this. Fraud Analytics is a terrific contribution to the national security community and more specifically to anyone interested in fighting fraud."
Jill D. Rhodes, JD, LLM, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Trustmark Companies; former executive, Senior National Intelligence Service

Cuprins

Foreword xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Chapter 1: The Schematics of Fraud and Fraud Analytics 1
How Do We Define Fraud Analytics? 2
Mining the Field: Fraud Analytics in its New Phase 6
How Do We Use Fraud Analytics? 10
Fraud Detection 10
How Do We Define Fraud Analytics? 12
Fraud Analytics Refined 12
Notes 13
Chapter 2: The Evolution of Fraud Analytics 15
Why Use Fraud Analytics? 17
The Evolution Continues 19
Fraud Prevention and Detection in Fraud Analytics 19
Incentives, Pressures, and Opportunities 21
Notes 22
Chapter 3: The Analytical Process and the Fraud Analytical Approach 23
The Turn of The Analytical Wheel 23
It Takes More Than One Step 24
Probabilities of Fraud and Where it All Begins 28
What Should the Fraud Analytics Process Look Like? 29
Data Analytics Exposed 31
Notes 32
Chapter 4: Using ACL Analytics in the Face of Excel 33
The Devil Remains in the Details 50
Notes 55
Chapter 5: Fraud Analytics versus Predictive Analytics 57
Overview of Fraud Analysis and Predictive Analysis 58
Comparing and Contrasting Methodologies 60
13 Step Score Development versus Fraud Analysis 64
CRISP–DM versus Fraud Data Analysis 66
SAS/SEMMA versus Fraud Data Analysis 68
Conflicts within Methodologies 69
Composite Methodology 70
Comparing and Contrasting Predictive Modeling and Data Analysis 72
Notes 76
Chapter 6: CaseWare IDEA Data Analysis Software 77
Detecting Fraud with IDEA 79
Fraud Analysis Points of IDEA 82
Correlation, Trend Analysis, and Time Series Analysis 83
What is IDEA s Purpose? 83
A Simple Scheme: The Purchase Fraud of an Employee as a Vendor 86
Stages of Using IDEA 87
Notes 89
Chapter 7: Centrifuge Analytics: Is Big Data Enough? 91
Sophisticated Link Analysis 92
The Challenge with Anti–Counterfeiting 93
Interactive Analytics: The Centrifuge Way 93
Fraud Analysis with Centrifuge VNA 95
The Fraud Management Process 100
Notes 105
Chapter 8: i2 Analyst′s Notebook: The Best in Fraud Solutions 107
Rapid Investigation of Fraud and Fraudsters 108
i2 Analyst s Notebook 109
i2 Analyst s Notebook and Fraud Analytics 113
How to Use i2 Analyst s Notebook: Fraud Financial Analytics 116
Using i2 Analyst s Notebook in a Money–Laundering Scenario 121
Notes 125
Chapter 9: The Power to Know Big Data: SAS Visual Analytics and Actionable Intelligence Technologies Financial Investigative Software 127
The SAS Way 127
Actionable Intelligence Technologies Financial Investigative Software 130
A Case in Point 132
Notes 135
Chapter 10: New Trends in Fraud Analytics and Tools 137
The Many Faces of Fraud Analytics 137
The Paper Chase is Over 138
To Be or Not to Be 140
Raytheon s VisuaLinks 143
FICO Insurance Fraud Manager 3.3 145
IBM i2 iBASE 146
Palantir Tech 147
Fiserv s AML Manager 148
Notes 148
About the Author 151
Index 153
 
 

Notă biografică

DELENA D. SPANN, MSc, CFE, is employed with the United States Secret Service, Chicago Field Office, where she is assigned to the Electronic and Financial Crimes Task Force.
Spann routinely serves on high–profile financial crimes investigations that include detecting red flags, trends, and anomalies in complex financial transactions. She is frequently called upon as a guest speaker on her expertise in fraud analytics and financial crimes. She is dedicated to the study of white–collar crime.
Spann holds a bachelor′s degree in liberal studies from Barry University and a master of science degree in criminal justice administration from Florida International University. She is Board of Regent (Emeritus), an Advisory Board Member, and Higher Education Committee Member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners; a Board of Director of ASIS International Economic Crime Council; Education Task Force Member of the Association of Certified Anti–Money Laundering Specialists; Advisory Board Member at Robert Morris University; Executive Director of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Greater Chicago Chapter; a Threat Finance Task Force Member of the Association of Certified Financial Crimes Specialists; and Board of Director (Emeritus), Step Women′s Network of Chicago. Spann also serves as an adjunct professor at the university/college level.