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Local Chapter Training Meetings (Included in Membership*)

ACFE Las Vegas Chapter Members: You will find the tentative 2020-2021 ACFE-LV Chapter Schedule below. Please note that our meetings will need to move to an online virtual environment for the remainder of 2020-2021. Please ensure your email address on file with the Chapter is up to date as registration information required to sign up and attend these events will be sent to your email address on file between 7-10 days out from the meeting date. Attendance will be limited to paid ACFE Las Vegas Chapter Members first followed by paid non-members who must register and submit payment at least 7 days prior. Advanced registration will be required. If you have not renewed your 2021 dues, please fill out the application for membership and submit your $175 payment. The online virtual meeting platform that will be used for these meetings is: ZOOM. Please ensure your personal devices have the required software installed (if needed) and you are able to access the platform prior to the meeting date/time as technical assistance is not available. It is recommended, that you use a personal device as given the diversity of employment organizations of our membership (public/private), we cannot accommodate everyone’s individual security technical requirements. For those that do not have or wish to attend via a computer or other electronics device, a dial-in number will be provided to those members who have registered so that the meeting can be attended via a standard phone.

ACFE Foundation Fundraising Event - "Interative Cyber-Crisis War Gaming

 

April 22, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Virtual Meeting


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  • CPE: 2

 

  • Date: April 22, 2021 | 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CT (virtual environment will be accessible at 9:30 a.m. CT)

 

  • Topic: Interative Cyber-Crisis War Gaming - The risk of a cyberattack by fraudsters is now part of everyday life. Such attacks generate almost daily headlines and defraud organizations of billions every year. A victim’s response, within the first 24-48 hours, usually makes all the difference to prospects of recovering lost funds, data and other property, as well as successfully managing the reputational and other risks which come with the territory.

Fortune favors the prepared - how would you respond if your organization fell victim tomorrow?

This war-gaming event provides a valuable opportunity to be part of a virtual team placed in the middle of a simulated cyberfraud. You will be involved in decision-making from first indication of an attack through to successful resolution. This is an opportunity to learn from anti-fraud professionals from the ACFE, the law firm of Mishcon de Reya, LLP who specialize in dealing with this type of fraud, and other ACFE members’ experiences as well as sharing your own.

If you’d like to register multiple attendees, please adjust the quantity to accommodate each attendee and provide the names and email address of each attendee to ACFE’s Chapter Development Manager, Joey Broccolo at [email protected]

After you register, you will be given the link to our virtual platform Remo with information on how to save your spot at the event. On the day of the event, the virtual room will be open at 9:30 a.m. CT. We encourage you to arrive early to familiarize yourself with the platform and ensure your microphone and webcam are working properly.