Session ID: 105080

Abstract: Fraud is a significant and rising concern for private and public organizations globally. Regardless of industry, size or market, every organization requires stakeholder accountability and protection of their data. What are the risks of fraudulent activity within your organization? What practices do you have in place within E1 to protect your data? Are you ahead of changing requirements to protect your organization from fraudulent activity?Join us for an in-depth tour of a real-life scenario with a large municipal county in the U.S. We will explore data tracking capabilities within E1 for fraud protection, analysis + reporting, and some unique solutions available to streamline E1 data monitoring and management. Learn how to alert, review, report and act on possible fraudulent activities in your E1environment + take in industry best practices to ensure you are safe from fraud.

Objective 1: Learn how Pinal County configured Fraud Detector to meet their needs and how it might meet yours too.

Objective 2: Learn how Pinal County reviews only the most important data from audit tracking based on conditions input into the system.

Objective 3: Learn how Pinal County takes appropriate actions to review and investigate potential fraudulent activities

Audience: Technical/Functional