ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Cybercrime: A Cautionary Tale, As Told By the Experts

Recorded on September 17, 2019 On Demand, Whenever You Like! Your Desk!

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Listen as ERP Maestro, Brett Johnson, once one of the FBI’s most-wanted cybercrime offenders, and Kelly Richmond Pope, Ph.D., CPA and leading expert on fraud, as they reveal some shocking secrets that can help protect your company.

Learn tips on how companies can stay secure from both internal and external cyber threats directly from the experts. 

Webinar Details

  • Title: Cybercrime: A Cautionary Tale, As Told By the Experts
  • Presentation: Recorded, On-Demand

Known as “The Original Godfather of the Internet,” Brett now uses his expertise to help protect companies from the devastating effects of cybercrime – both internal and external. 

 

Meet Your Hosts

Kelly Richmond Pope

Kelly Richmond Pope, Associate Professor and Filmmaker

Kelly Richmond Pope is an Associate Professor in the School of Accountancy and MIS at DePaul University in Chicago, IL and founder of Helios Digital Learning, Inc. She received her doctorate in accounting from Virginia Tech and she is a licensed certified public accountant. She worked in the forensic practice at KPMG, LLP on anti-money laundering engagements, insurance fraud investigations, and fraud risk management projects. Kelly is a recognized expert in the forensic accounting field and has conducted forensic accounting seminars around the world for universities, corporations and governmental entities.

 
Brett Johnson

Brett Johnson, Keynote Speaker on Cybersecurity and Identity Theft

Brett is one of the top experts in the world on cybercrime, identity theft, fraud, and cybersecurity. He built the first organized cybercrime community, Shadowcrew, while also establishing several forms of financial cybercrime. He was placed on the United States Most Wanted List, convicted of 39 felonies, and sentenced to 7 1/2 years in federal prison. "Today, I use the vast amount of knowledge I have concerning cybersecurity, cybercrime, identity theft, and fraud to help individuals and companies protect themselves from the type of person I used to be."