Insite Security Hosts Webinar On Due Diligence: Understanding the Human Factor

Former Special Agent of the U.S. Secret Service and Behavioral Psychologist Offer Expert Advice on the Role Human Behavior Plays in the Due Diligence Process

Jan 29, 2010, 12:52 ET from Insite Security Inc.

NEW YORK, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ --


With nearly a trillion dollars lost by financial institutions and individual investors to Ponzi schemes and other investor frauds over the past couple of years, traditional due diligence has been lacking.  So what can investors do to protect themselves from potentially fraudulent investment situations and fraudulent investment advisors?

Insite Security created its Human Factor Integrity Assurance due diligence process to help investors protect themselves by examining the undetected human factors that anyone looking to invest should be aware of.  

Join behavioral psychologist Elizabeth Prial, Ph.D., who is trained to see signs of deception with verbal and non-verbal cues that may lead to uncovering fraudulent activities, and Christopher Falkenberg, president of Insite Security, as they discuss how quantifiable human intelligence can assist investors in identifying and avoiding potential investment fraud and Ponzi schemes.


Monday February 1, 2010

12:30 p.m. ET


Christopher Falkenberg, Founder and President, Insite Security

Elizabeth Prial, Ph.D., Practice Leader, Human Factor Integrity Assurance



Webcast registration: To register for "Due Diligence: Understanding the Human Factor" please visit  


The Human Factor Webinar is part of a free ongoing series of security-focused educational events hosted by Insite Security. Founded by former Secret Service agent and litigator Christopher Falkenberg, Insite Security is a full-service security and risk management agency for corporations and high net worth individuals. An extension of Insite's current due diligence offerings, The Human Factor Integrity Assurance Practice is led by Dr. Prial. This unique practice assists hedge fund, private equity and venture capital investors in identifying and avoiding future investment fraud.

SOURCE Insite Security Inc.