History of cyberfraud. Introduction and review of the methods used: falsification, embezzlement, disclosure, extortion, scam, etc. Evolution of techniques: email, spyware, botnet, identity theft, phishing, etc. Cyberfraud economy. Economic value of security. Impact on business reputation and consumer confidence: perceptions and reality. A model of trust and reputational risk. Case study of cyber-friendly environments: online banking, ecommerce, auctions, online games, etc. Phishing: presentation of techniques and practical examples. Review of protection, detection and deterrence measures. Introduction to authentication mechanisms. Introduction to the concepts of risk management and law supporting the prevention of cyber fraud.
At the end of this training, the participant will be able to:
- Distinguishing the main forms of cyberfraud;
- Identify and understand cyberfraud techniques;
- Understanding the economics of cyberfraud;
- Understand the relationships between trust, reputation, consumers, businesses and fraudsters;
- Formulate solutions to cyberfraud;
- Learn about risk management and the laws, regulations and standards generally associated with ecommerce and that affect cyberfraud.
Professionals or managers who want to deepen their knowledge of cyberfraud.