History of cyber fraud. Introduction and review of the methods used: falsification, misuse, disclosure, extortion, scam, etc. Evolution in technology: email, spyware, botnets, identity theft, phishing, etc. Economics of cyber fraud. Economic value of security. Impact on corporate reputation and consumer confidence: perceptions and reality. Model of trust and reputation risk. Case Study of cyberfraud-friendly environments: online banking, e-commerce, auctions, online games, etc. Phishing: presentation of techniques and practical examples. Review of safeguards, detection and deterrence. Introduction to authentication mechanisms. Introduction to risk management and law concepts supporting the prevention of cyber fraud.
At the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Distinguish the main forms of cyberfraud;
- Identify and understand cyberfraud techniques;
- Understand the economic challenges of cyber fraud;
- Understand the relationship between trust, reputation, consumers, businesses and the fraudsters;
- Formulate possible solutions to deal with cyberfraud;
- Understand the risk management concepts and laws, regulations and standards generally associated; with electronic commerce and affecting cyberfraud.
Professionals or managers who wish to broaden their knowledge of cyber fraud.