Case Studies in Information Technology Risk and Fraud
While information technology continues to evolve and make it easier for organizations and individuals to transact business, it also introduces new risks, both cyber and fraud. Keeping up with the litany of new technologies, associated threats,and compliance risks can be a daunting endeavor; during this session we will attempt to shed light on recent technical innovations, key cyber risks, and also walk you through several case studies where technical controls either were not in place to prevent or failed to detect fraud.
Chris Debo is the founder and consulting director at Qualfront Consulting, a firm specializing in data management, reporting, and security solutions. Chris has nearly 20 years of experience recommending, building, implementing and assessing enterprise-class solutions for information collection, storage, processing and security. Prior to founding Qualfront, Chris was the senior manager and technology practice leader at Schneider Downs, a regional accounting firm with offices in Pittsburgh and Columbus and one of the 50 largest accounting and consulting firms in the nation. A graduate of The Ohio State University, Chris has been a senior lecturer at Ohio State's Fisher College of Business, where he taught undergraduate and graduate courses in data analysis and security, and also helped design Ohio State's data analytics curriculum.
Other former roles include Director of Business Intelligence at an international higher education company, a senior technology risk consultant at a Big Four firm as well as a security team lead at a Fortune 20 healthcare distribution company.
A recent transplant to Utah, Chris and his wife reside in Provo and enjoy hiking, biking, and skiing.
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