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  • NYCFE Members at the 2016 ACFE Global Fraud Conference

New York Chapter of the

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners


The New York Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is an anti-fraud organization that serves professionals, students and communities in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island and Queens, as well as the New York Metropolitan Area. Formed in 1990, New York Chapter #14, is one of the 100+ national and international Chapters of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Our mission is to provide high quality continuing professional education and networking opportunities, as well as to raise community awareness regarding various types of fraud.

Members have attended more than 100 meetings featuring guest speakers and more than 25 fraud prevention seminars, workshops, etc., while earning "Continuing Professional Education" credits (CPE) required to maintain the Certified Fraud Examiner designation.

The New York Chapter is proud to be New York City's foremost fraud prevention and fraud detection organizations.

Members of the 2016 NYCFE BOARD pictured with ACFE President, James Ratley

2016 NYCFE Board with ACFE President James Ratley

Upcoming Event

Update on the Cyber National Incident Plan & Forthcoming NCIRP

November 14, 2016
5:30 PM EST - 8:00 PM EST

FBI, Jay Kramer, Supervisory Special Agent

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About the NCIRP

DHS’s National Protection and Programs Directorate and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) National Integration Center are leading the development of this document, in coordination with the Department of Justice, the Secretary of Defense, and the Sector Specific Agencies and other interagency partners, representatives from the 16 critical infrastructure sectors and state and local governments. 

The draft NCIRP:

  • Will describe a nation-wide approach to cyber incidents, to talk about the important role that private sector entities, States, and multiple federal agencies play in responding to cyber incidents and how those activities all fit together;
  • Reflects and incorporates lessons learned from exercises, real world incidents and policy updates, such as the Presidential Policy Directive/PPD-41U.S. Cyber Incident Coordination, and the National Cybersecurity Protection Act of 2014.

The NCIRP will also serve as the Cyber Annex to the Federal Interagency Operational Plan (FIOP) that built upon the National Planning Frameworks and the National Preparedness System.

DHS is currently soliciting public feedback for the NCIRP refresh. This National Engagement Period will conclude at 5:00 pm EDT on October 31, 2016. National engagement provides an opportunity for interested parties to comment on the draft of the refreshed NCIRP, so that it reflects the collective expertise and experience of the whole community in response to cyber incidents.



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