Live From the World's Largest Fraud Conference

More than 3,000 anti-fraud professionals are in Baltimore this week at the 26th Annual Global Fraud Conference, and CRI Group is a Silver Sponsor for this flagship event. Today's working lunch, sponsored by CRI Group, featured 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl. 

Stahl won an Emmy for her timely interview of Hewlett-Packard head Pattie Dunn in 2006. Her other exclusive "60 Minutes" interviews include former Bush administration officials Paul O’Neill and Richard Clarke, and Nancy Pelosi before she became the first female Speaker of the House. She was the first to report that Al Gore would not run for president, in a "60 Minutes" interview. 

 ACFE UK Chairman Jim Oakes, second-from-left, meets with CRI Group's Zafar I. Anjum, Dardan Abazi and John Dejesu.

ACFE UK Chairman Jim Oakes, second-from-left, meets with CRI Group's Zafar I. Anjum, Dardan Abazi and John Dejesu.

Cybersecurity whistleblower Brian Krebs and U.S. Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell also addressed the conference. Tomorrow, whistleblower James Holzrichter will be presented with the Sentinel Award, and the audience will also hear from a convicted fraudster, Nathan Mueller.

Attendees to the conference will be able to take advantage of professional development opportunities, including one-on-one coaching sessions with leading employment consultants. CRI Group was also among select companies providing in-person networking as a Featured Employer at the Career Connection, and the company is a member of the ACFE's Corporate Alliance.