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Explore the origins of the current data explosion and learn the implications on fraud and fraud detection. Discover how data is helping detect fraud, and learn how to use data yourself. 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years (IBM). This astonishing increase in data is what’s known as the data, or information, explosion and it has fundamentally transformed every sector of the global economy.
But it’s also transformed another area: fraud.
On this course you will learn about how the data deluge has been harnessed to detect fraud in new ways. Plus you’ll master the skills to harness big data yourself - learning how to use data to tell stories and create powerful presentations.
- Developments that have led to the current ‘Data Explosion’
- Key concepts in fraud and fraud detection
- The ‘Fraud Triangle’ and how to leverage it in spotting fraud
- The science of perception and how to build great data-driven visuals and presentations.
I am Executive-In-Residence in the Information Technology & Analytics Department at American University’s Kogod School of Business where I teach graduate analytics and digital marketing classes.
I am Executive-In-Residence in the Accounting and Taxation Department at American University’s Kogod School of Business in Washington, D.C. where I teach undergraduate and graduate accounting courses.
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