What's your fraud IQ?

This month: Best practices for protecting personally identifiable information
By Ron Cresswell, J.D., and Andi McNeal, CPA

What's your fraud IQ?
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About the authors

Ron Cresswell, CFE, J.D., (rcresswell@acfe.com) is a research specialist for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), where he writes and updates training materials regarding compliance and legal issues. Andi McNeal, CPA, CFE, (amcneal@acfe.com) is director of research for the ACFE, where she oversees the development and production of educational materials related to the prevention, detection, and investigation of fraud.

To comment on this article or to suggest an idea for another article, contact Jeff Drew, a JofA senior editor, at Jeff.Drew@aicpa-cima.com or 919-402-4056.

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