Upcoming events

    • 11/01/2019
    • 7:45 AM - 9:30 AM
    • SIENA COLLEGE - SARAZEN STUDENT UNION, MALONEY GREAT ROOM

    Join top leaders in their fields as they discuss current trends and issues in fraud, forensics and cyber security.  

    Earn 1.5 CPES - NOTE: Siena will be issuing the CPE certificates under Siena’s Department of Education registration. Attendees will be responsible to determine if the training meets the specific requirements for a specific certification board (CPA, CFE, CIA, etc.).

    No Cost to Attendees

    For more information click on the following link:

    SC_Fraud_Forenscis_CyberSecurityPanel_11_1_19 (1).pdf

    To register: https://www.siena.edu/programs/fraud-and-digital-forensics/panel/




    • 11/25/2019
    • 7:30 AM
    • 11/26/2019
    • 4:30 PM
    • Red Lion Hotel (formerly Radisson Hotel) – 205 WOLF RD, Albany, NY

    Join us for this information packed annual two day fraud seminar. You can choose to attend one or both days.  Topics include Collecting Evidence from the Internet, Complex Vendor Overbilling Schemes, and Perception and Memory in Fraud Investigations. You can earn 7 CPEs per day!

    Registration Link: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/418625/878216/ 

    Cost for Training Seminar: $25 discount if payment received before 11/15/2019 

    • One Day: $175 for AGA, ACFE, IIA Members; $250 for Non-Members
    • Two Days: $250 for AGA, ACFE, IIA Members; $325 for Non-Members
    • Fully RETIRED AGA, ACFE, IIA Members and full time students $100 For One Day; $150 for two days

     

    Speakers:

    Chuck Cohen, CFE, CECFE -  Managing Member, Cohen Training & Consulting, LLC

    Michael Dudley, JD, LLM - Principal Deputy Director, United Nations Investigations Division of New York

    Leonard Vona, CPA, CFE - CEO, Fraud Auditing, Inc.

        

    On Day One, Chuck Cohen will present for a full day on:

    • Collecting Evidence from the Internet: Building a Cyber-OSINT Toolbox
    • Proxies, VPNs, Tor, Deepnet, and Darknet: What Investigators and Analysts Need to Know

    On Day Two, Len Vona will provide the following two sessions in the morning:

    • The Fraud Audit: Where Professional Skepticism is Required
    • Data Analytics: How to Locate Complex Vendor Overbilling Schemes

    Then in the afternoon, Michael Dudley will cover:

    • Perception and Memory in Fraud Investigations      
    For full details on the seminar and to register please click the following link:

    https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/418625/878216/    

       

    Times:

    7:30 – 8:25 a.m. - Registration

    8:25 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. – Seminar

    12:00 – 1:10 p.m. - Lunch

     

      Don't Forget! We'll also be raffling many prizes with all proceeds benefiting the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York.

     

    • 12/05/2019
    • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Wolferts Roost Country Club 120 Van Rensselaer Boulevard, Albany, NY


    Date/Time:     12/5/2019 – Registration: 11:30 am - Lunch and Speaker Presentation: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    Speaker:        Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple 

    Registration Link: http://www.aganycap.org/event_pop.asp?ID=573

    Event Details: Speaker will present on accountability/transparency in police work and success stories over the years. 

    Cost: $10 for AGA / ACFE / IIA / ISACA Members and $20 for Others


    Join your colleagues on December 5, 2019 to enjoy a delicious lunch, hear an interesting speaker and exchange holiday greetings. The annual Holiday Luncheon is jointly sponsored by the New York Capital Chapter of the Association of Government Accountants, the Albany Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors, the Albany Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and the Hudson Valley Chapter of ISACA.

    This year Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple will present on accountability/transparency in police work and success stories over the years. Craig Apple became Sheriff of Albany County in 2011. He has served in the Albany County Sheriff’s Office since 1987. Beginning as a Correction Officer, he became a Deputy Sheriff in 1989, an Investigator in 1991, a Sergeant in 1993 and a Lieutenant in 1995 when he supervised the Criminal Investigations Unit. In 1997, he was promoted to Patrol Commander and had oversight of a Patrol Division that covered approximately 375 square miles. In 1999 he was promoted to Chief Deputy Field Commander. In that role he was Commanding Officer in charge of the Law Enforcement Division and had oversight of the County Correctional Facility. In 2009, he became Undersheriff, the commanding officer in charge of all Sheriff’s operations with oversight of 720 employees and an $80 million operating budget.

    Registration will close on December 3, 2019. We cannot accommodate walk-ins.

    Lunch Choices:

    Stuffed Chicken Breast

    Pesto Grilled Salmon

    Grilled NY Steak

    Vegetable Lasagna

    Cost: $10 for AGA / ACFE / IIA / ISACA Members and $20 for Others

    Raffle: There will be an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to benefit Homeless and Traveler's Aid Society

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    Substitutions can be made prior to events; however, non-members will be required to pay the differential rate if replacing a member. Cancellations for most Chapter events are required at least 48 hours in advance of the day of the event. No shows will be billed for the full cost of the event. All payments or government vouchers are due on or before the day of the event. You can mail prepayments to: AGA New York Capital Chapter PO Box 1923 Albany, NY 12201.  

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