ORU College of Business Hosting Fraud Prevention and Cyber Security Experts

college of business sealFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Stephanie Hill, Director of University Relations & Communications
Office: 918.495.7337, Mobile: 918.720.5548
sthill@oru.edu

Tulsa, OK – More and more Americans are concerned about being the victim of fraud and the security of their information online. To help ease that concern, ORU’s College of Business is hosting two events as part of its Enterprise Risk Management speaking events over the next two weeks.

First, on Thursday, September 13, ORU hosts "Fraud and Embezzlement: Lessons from the Trenches" with Angela Morelock. A fast-paced program of real-world stories and often-overlooked prevention tips, Morelock will educate and entertain while discussing the symptoms management should watch for, with a focus on practical ways organizations can better protect themselves.

The following week, on Thursday, September 20, Ron Hulshizer will speak on "Cyber Security: Threats and Risks". In it, Hulshizer will cover stories from the trenches concerning cybersecurity threats, including the "CEO Scam," ransomware, identity theft, and other real-world cyber attacks. He will provide some best practices that people and companies can consider to protect their information.

Both talks will be from 5:45 to 7:00 pm in the Lippencott Auditorium at ORU's Global Learning Center.

Morelock has more than 25 years of experience and is the managing partner of three national consulting practices. She also leads a national forensic accounting and investigations team, where she provides fraud investigation and prevention, complex litigation support, and forensic accounting services for a variety of businesses. Morelock and her team have investigated some of the largest fraud cases in the U.S., and her clients include the FBI, U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Hulshizer has more than 25 years of experience helping companies with information technology, security, and financial accounting issues. Hulshizer’s primary focus is delivering cybersecurity and internal audit information technology (IT) and IT security services to financial institutions and other industries. He has worked with several technology firms where he was responsible for financial and operational aspects including IT operations and data centers.

Both speakers are allied with BKD, a top-tier U.S. CPA advisory firm.

The events are free but there is a fee for those receiving CPA CPE credit.