Seen on the Screen: Reshaping and Relearning


“Technology has continued to advance and enable remote collaboration better than ever while we are all still physically apart — a silver lining to the pandemic! I have appreciated technology and video conferencing enabling more frequent and timely collaboration with fellow anti-fraud professionals, such as through the remote roundtable discussions provided by the ACFE for Corporate Alliance members and through Discord at the Global Fraud Conference.” James Rumph, CFE, Sr. Director, Enterprise Anti-Fraud Team at Nationwide Insurance and Chairperson of the ACFE Chapter Leaders Committee

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“The team I work with has had to draw new conclusions and make new assumptions in fraudster behavior based on how the pandemic has affected places around the world.” — Jessica Darke, Customer Success Account Security at Intuit

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Over the last year, the nature of legal and fraud investigations has shifted dramatically. As more interaction has occurred virtually, there is now more evidence to be collected digitally from online open sources and social media. The rapid evolution of online communications and digital evidence collection is a reminder of the importance of ongoing training and professional development to be as effective as we can as fraud investigators. — Edward Ajaeb, President at Nighthawk Strategies


“My work over the last year has changed so much. By slowing down and adapting to our environment, we were able to grow beyond expectation. Our local ACFE Chapter has been a tremendous resource for us. My team has doubled in size, I've been able to really get specific with the type of fraud work we take on, and I've taken time to make long-lasting connections with many other fraud professionals. And honestly, I love working from home!” — Crystal Wambeke, Principal at Crystal Wambeke, LLC