The 15th Annual ACFE San Antonio Conference will be held via Zoom Virtual conference in two separate sessions.
Part I - Friday; July 30, 2021 from 8:00am to 12:30pm CT (4 CPE Credits)
Part II - Friday; August 6, 2021 from 12:00pm to 5:00pm CT (4 CPE Credits)
TOTAL CPE CREDITS = 8
Samantha Weeks; Fraud Operations Manager, Twilio
Biometrics Replacing Passwords
Do you use one password for a lot of different accounts? You've been hacked. It isn't a hack in the traditional sense, but your passwords are up for sale on the dark net. Passwords have proven to be poor access controls and now our security depends not on who we are, but what we are. Our unique biometrical markers make up who we are. This session will give you an idea of the future of account security.
Learn about password vulnerabilities
Learn what biometrics are and how they are currently implemented
Review and understand fraud cases from compromised passwords
Learn how biometrics will replace passwords in the future
Senior Advisor - Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI)
Sustaining a Strong Ethical Culture in Times of Change
Join Earnie Broughton, Senior Advisor at the Ethics and Compliance Initiative (ECI) in Vienna, Virginia. It can be challenging to build a strong ethics culture under any conditions, but even more so during times of change. In this interactive session you will learn why change is difficult to navigate and what employees at all levels can do to not just better cope with change, but actually thrive and flourish. We will consider research findings that show that organizational disruption in particular impacts ethics culture and learn how leaders can leverage a practical “culture change tool kit” with five key components to build and sustain a culture of integrity.
Earnie Broughton is a Senior Advisor at the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI) in Vienna, Virginia. He previously served as Director of the M.B.A. and Executive Education programs in the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio. Prior to joining St. Mary’s, Earnie served as Executive Director, Ethics Program Coordinator, for United Services Automobile Association (USAA) from 2000 to 2011 as a direct report to USAA’s President and Chief Executive Officer. He has an additional 20 years of experience in Human Resources and Consumer Lending executive management in the financial services sector.
Earnie was a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for the Ethics and Compliance Association from 2009 through 2011. From 2006 to 2008, he served as Vice Chair of the Washington-based Ethics & Compliance Initiative Fellows Program.
A former Board member for the Ethics and Compliance Association and Vice-Chair of the ECI Fellows program, Earnie co-founded the Greater San Antonio Ethics and Compliance Roundtable and presently serves as Chairman. He is currently an Executive Board member for the Romney Institute for Public Service and Ethics at Brigham Young University in the Marriott School of Management and for the Ethics Unwrapped initiative at the McCombs School of Business at UT Austin. Earnie was named by the Ethisphere Institute to the “100 Most Influential in Business Ethics” list for having “a material impact in the world of business ethics and compliance.”
Earnie is a graduate of Texas State University with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and he has a Master's degree in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from St. Mary's University in San Antonio. He is certified as a Leadership Professional in Ethics and Compliance through the Ethics & Compliance Initiative.
Kevin W. Barthold; City Auditor
City of San Antonio
Finding Fraud through Internal Audit
Kevin W. Barthold was appointed San Antonio City Auditor in February 2012 after serving in an interim capacity since February 2011. Kevin joined the City in September 2008 and served as an Audit Manager prior to his current appointment. As City Auditor, Kevin leads a team responsible for conducting performance, compliance, and technology audits of all City departments, offices, agencies, and programs. He reports directly to the Mayor and City Council.
Kevin has over 27 years of internal audit experience in multiple industries. He has served in management capacities at USAA, San Antonio Credit Union, and Argo Group International.
He is active in the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) serving the local chapter as Associate Trustee, Board member, and Nominating Committee member. At the international level, Kevin recently completed 9 years of service on the IIA Committee of Research and Education with oversight responsibility to provide guidance on the direction of IIA educational product development and research.
He also frequently speaks to accounting and business groups at various universities and has presented audit topics at audit group luncheons.
Assistant Special Agent in Charge
Federal Bureau of Investigation - San Antonio Division
State of the FBI
Robert Krupa is the assistant special agent in charge (ASAC) of the San Antonio Field Office. ASAC Krupa served as an FBI EEO Mediator for 15 years. In 2003, ASAC Krupa was assigned to the White Collar Crime/Public Corruption squad in Oklahoma and, in 2005, was promoted to supervisory special agent (SSA) at FBIHQ. ASAC Krupa assisted in developing the bonus program for agents transferred under the Rotational Transfer Program and for agents promoted to FBI HQ. In 2008, ASAC Krupa was assigned to the Public Corruption Squad in Denver and later named as SSA overseeing the Denver Field Office White Collar Crime Squad and all forensic accountants. In 2011, he was assigned to the Public Corruption Squad in San Antonio. In 2013, ASAC Krupa was named as SSA overseeing the San Antonio Field Office Public Corruption Program, White Collar Crime Squad, and all forensic accountants.
Bret Hood, CFE
Director, 21st Century Learning & Consulting
Retired FBI Supervisory Agent for the FBI Academy’s Leadership & Communications
The Brendan Dassey Confession: Lessons for Interviewers
After serving 25 years as a special agent in the FBI, Michael “Bret” Hood became a member of the ACFE faculty as well as an adjunct professor of forensic accounting for the University of Virginia and Mt. St. Mary’s University. During his tenure with the FBI, Hood worked many complex financial crime, money laundering, corruption and major cases such as the 9/11 terrorist attack, the HealthSouth fraud and the Maricopa Investments case.
Since 2000, Hood has been a master facilitator and traveled the world teaching public- and private-sector employees how to develop effective anti-fraud, anti-bribery, anti-corruption and anti-money laundering programs. Hood has published articles in Fraud Magazine, Compliance and Ethics Professional Magazine and ACAMS Today.
Hood is a federal-court certified expert in money laundering and financial crimes. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed books, Eat More Ice Cream: A Succinct Leadership Lesson for Each Week of the Year and Get Off Your Horse! 52 Succinct Leadership Lessons from U.S. Presidents. Currently, Hood serves as an instructor, investigative consultant and expert witness for 21st Century Learning & Consulting LLC (www.21puzzles.com).
Danny M. Goldberg
CPA, CIA, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CRMA, CCSA, CGMA
Soup to Nuts: The Fraud Risk Assessment Process
Danny M. Goldberg is a well-known speaker on internal auditing and People-Centric Skills. Danny co-authored People-Centric© Skills: Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Internal Auditors, via Wiley Publications.
This is the first book published specifically to address the wide-ranging topic of communication skills for internal auditors. It has been offered through the IIA and ISACA bookstores since July 2015 and has sold over 4,000 copies (through June 2019).
Danny has over 21 years of professional experience, including five years leading/building internal audit functions. Danny was named as one of the Fort Worth Business Press 40 Under 40 for 2014. He is a well-known author in the profession and has published numerous articles in trade magazines over the past five years.
Danny is also accredited as the Professional Commentator of the Bureau of National Affairs – Internal Audit: Fundamental Principles and Best Practices (Professional Commentator). This book was authored by renowned audit scholars Curtis C. Verschoor and Mort A. Dittenhofer – co-author of Sawyer’s Internal Auditing.
Mr. Goldberg is a very active member of the Institute of Internal Auditors, both at a local and national level.
Leadership roles include:
Current IIA Dallas Chapter Board Member
Former IIA Fort Worth Chapter Board Member (2015-2018)
Current IIA Dallas and Fort Worth Chapter Programs Committee Co-Chair (for the past three years)
Member of the IIA North America Learning Solutions Committee, 2014
Danny is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified in the Governance of Enterprise Information Technology, Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control, Certified in Risk Management Assurance, has obtained his Certification in Control Self-Assessment and is a Chartered Global Management Accountant.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, San Antonio Chapter #18 is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
Cancellation Policy and No Shows
- Cancellations will not be eligible for a refund; however, substitutions will be accepted.
- In the event an attendee does not show up to the event, the registration cost will be forfeited.
- The Chapter reserves the right to bar for future registration any attendees who routinely register and fail to pay and/or attend the event.