Meeting/Event Information


October 26, 2017

2017 Annual Fraud Seminar
October 26, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Anthony's Ocean View Restaurant.
450 Lighthouse Road
New Haven, CT 06512
2017 CT CFE Annual Fraud Seminar

$175.00 Members

$225.00 NonMembers

$1,025.00 CT Auditors of Public Accounts

We have another great seminar planned this year. 

Please register by October 19, 2017.

Registration at opens at 8:00 with continental breakfast.  Seminar will begin at 8:30.  Lunch and afternoon snack included in registration fee.

Our speaker for this year is Brett Johnson.

Former United States Most Wanted, Brett Johnson, referred to by the United States Secret Service as “The Original Internet Godfather” has been a central figure in the cyber crime world for almost 20 years. Mr. Johnson was instrumental in developing many areas of online fraud still seen in operation today. Johnson founded and was the leader of and Brett designed the forum system, review process, and marketplace structure still in use by today's online criminals. Working alongside the top cyber criminals of our time, Brett “Gollumfun” Johnson helped design, implement, and refine modern Identity Theft, ATO fraud, Card Not Present fraud, IRS Tax Fraud, and countless other social engineering attacks, breaches, and hacking operations.

Considered one of the best Social Engineers in the world, the United States Secret Service promptly hired Mr. Johnson as a consultant and paid informant upon his capture in February, 2005. Brett trained USSS Agents and other law enforcement agencies on various aspects of cyber crime and identity theft and assisted in the tracking and identification of online cyber criminals.

While working for the Secret Service, Mr. Johnson continued to engage in cyber crimes, often from within the same United States Secret Service offices from which he worked. After nearly a year of working with the Secret Service, Mr. Johnson went on a cross country crime spree, was placed on the United States Most Wanted List, and was captured and sent to prison—where he promptly escaped.

Soon captured again, Brett served a sentence of 7 ½ years in federal prison. During his time incarcerated he took responsibility for his actions and worked to help others. Upon his release, Brett Johnson has striven to help others avoid the types of crime he used to commit. Brett Johnson is one of the leading experts in the world on cyber crime, online fraud, and identity theft. Brett is unique in that he offers a viewpoint and understanding of those crimes which is unavailable anywhere else on the planet. Today he uses his vast wealth of knowledge to assist others in staying safe online.