Christopher Didio, CPA, CFE is an audit partner who has over thirty years of experience overseeing audit and accounting services to a wide range of privately-held companies. Chris is a Certified Fraud Examiner, and in charge of providing forensic accounting and fraud detection and prevention services to our clientele. He has extensive experience in accounting and finance as it pertains to manufacturing companies, the digital publishing industry, the healthcare industry, not-for-profit organizations and insurance agencies.

  • Professional Certifications

    Certified Public Accountant in New York
    Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), 2000

  • Professional Affiliations

    American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
    New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)
    National Not-for-Profit Services Association (NSA)
    Medical Group Management Association (MGMA)
    Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

  • Community Involvement

    American Red Cross, Central New York Chapter, Secretary, Board of Directors
    Hospice of Central New York Board of Directors – 1st Vice-President
    Lake Shore Yacht & Country Club, Cicero, New York – Vice-President and Treasurer
    Ithaca College Business Link Group of Syracuse, New York – Vice-President
    Hospice Foundation of Central New York – Past President
    CNY Arts (formerly Cultural Resources Council of Syracuse & Onondaga County) – Past Board Member
    Enable of Central New York – Past Board Member

  • Education

    Bachelor of Science, Ithaca College, 1984

  • Publications

    Fraud Prevention in 2019” – Dannible & McKee, LLP’s Website Resource Center

    Why Companies Are Fearful of Fighting Fraud” – Dannible & McKee, LLP’s Website Resource Center

    “While You Were Sleeping….,” Dannible & McKee, LLP’s 40th Annual Tax & Financial Planning Conference, November 2017

    “Recognizing the Red Flags of Fraud and How You Can Protect Your Business with an Update on Current Fraud Trends,” 2017 Annual CNY Fraud Conference, June 2017

    “Frisky Fraudsters,” presented to SUNY Oswego’s Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession (COAP) chapter, June 2016 and 2015

    “If You Suspect Fraud in Your Company, What Do You Do?,” 2016 Annual Fraud Conference, April 2016 and 2016 Fraud Conference for the Southern Tier, June 2016

    “Whom Can You Trust,” Dannible & McKee, LLP’s 38th Annual Tax & Financial Planning Conference, November 2015

    “What Does Fraud Look Like? – Things Aren’t Always What They Seem,” Dannible & McKee, LLP 2015 Fraud Conference, April 2015

    “Frisky Fraudsters,” Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) at Le Moyne College, November 2014

    “Using Data Analytics to Detect Fraud,” Dannible & McKee, LLP’s 37th Annual Tax & Financial Planning Conference, November 2014

    “Combating Employee Fraud – Best Practices,” at Manufacturers Association of Central New York (MACNY), May 2014

    “Fraud and Abuse in the Workplace,” Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce, May 2014

    “Fraud Prevention and Deterrence: Are We Doing Enough?,” Hancock Estabrook and M&T Bank joint seminar, “How to Detect and Prevent Business Fraud at Your Company,” May 2013