Contact Cathy Duffy, Ed.D., Associate Professor
Phone: (802) 865-8445
The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) certification is the standard for those professionals working in fraud prevention and detection and is highly regarded by businesses, as well as by government units and law enforcement.
The CFE can impact salaries, improve career advancement and job flexibility and benefit through earlier fraud detection, resulting in decreased fraud losses.
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) Membership is open to associate members who are interested in taking their career to the next level by earning the standard of professional excellence in the anti-fraud profession. The CFE credential is increasingly being designated as a preferred credential in the hiring practice of businesses, government entities and law enforcement agencies.
Increase your earnings — CFE's earn nearly 25% more than their non-certified colleagues according to the 2013-2014 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals.
Advance you career — CFE certification is documented evidence of expertise and experience, representing high level of skill, knowledge and professionalism.
Enhance your marketability and job security — Robert Half International identifies the CFE as "in-demand...one of the most marketable credentials today" and A.E Feldman, a leading executive search firm states, "...the CFE has emerged as the gold standard in the area of fraud."
Gain professional visibility and creditability — The CFE credential is recognized in the hiring and promotion policies of leading organizations, including the FBI the U.S Department of Defense and the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Impact your company's bottom line — Research conducted by the ACFE as part of preparing the 2014 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse determined that in organizations with CFE's on staff, frauds were 60% less costly and 50% shorter in duration.
This information has been furnished by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.