Kount certified by NASBA to sponsor continuing professional education


Kount, a provider of solutions for fraud and risk management, announced it has received certification by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) to be a sponsor of continuing professional education (CPE).

Beginning immediately, Kount will offer CPE credits for a select number of its 2017 and 2018 “Fraud Fighting” webinars. Dictated by the length of the webinar, Certified Public Accountants (CPA) and corporate finance professionals can earn one to four CPE credits for their participation. Each webinar is complimentary.

Kount’s next webinar, “The Future of CNP Fraud: 2018 Strategies,” hosted with its business partner Mercator Advisory Group, will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at 1 p.m. EST. Participants of this webinar are eligible for one CPE credit. To register for this webinar, please visit here or to track future CPE-accredited webinars, please visit https://www.nasbaregistry.org/exhibitors/kount-inc.

Fraud in today’s eCommerce business climate has a direct impact on an organization’s overall success. The immediate and long-term ramifications that fraud has on an organization has accountants across all industries becoming involved in not only stopping fraud but also avoiding the excessive chargeback programs that are standard amongst card issuers.

“Kount is a leader within the fraud industry and our accreditation to offer CPE credits furthers our commitment to offering high-quality, continuing education programs that provide corporate finance departments with practical knowledge to combat fraud,” said Don Bush, vice president of marketing at Kount.

“Webinar participants will gain valuable information regarding fraud’s impact on an organization and how companies are deploying best practices to mitigate risk at the transaction level through the successful exit of excessive chargeback programs. Finance professionals play a critical role in every organization and it’s crucial that they understand the influence and tactics of fraud prevention.”