March 11, 2021
DataWalk, provider of the industry’s most advanced platform for intelligence, fraud, and criminal analysis, has committed Chief Analytics Officer Chris Westphal for delivering a presentation at the Northwest Regional Crime Analyst Network (NORCAN) conference on April 28-30, 2021.
Westphal, a well-known industry expert who pioneers innovative approaches in the detection and exposure of complex patterns using entity-based analytics, will deliver a presentation on the topic of Exposing Fraud Using Common Sense Patterns, providing real-world examples of different fraud schemes affecting both government agencies and transnational corporations. His presentation will cover:
Variations of this presentation were previously delivered at the Alabama Department of Examiners of Public Accounts Annual Training Conference and the biannual training for the State Auditors’ Office of Connecticut in conjunction with the Connecticut Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (CACFE) and CT chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA).
The conference is open to crime analysts from across the United States and there is no cap on the number of registered participants due to it being virtual. For further information and to register for the 2021 NORCAN Training Conference, see https://www.norcan.us/events/
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