The 21st century has arrived with a new electronic world that poses significant business risks. An array of electronic fraud and cyber incident attacks are constantly occurring, yet most organizations cover up the incidents, absorb the loss as a cost of doing business, and move on. Many of these organizations do not have the necessary controls to detect and repel these serious types of incidents. This not only increases the cost of doing business, but it ensures that the perpetrators can continue their activities, moving from one target to the next without fear of being apprehended, let alone a conviction. If they are caught, the faulty security and shoddy controls enable the defense lawyers to create reasonable doubt.
Electronic fraud and cyber incidents must be stopped. It is time to draw the line in the sand and this training will help you do just that. The instructor will provide the participants with an understanding of the types of electronic fraud and cyber incidents, how to detect them, and how to prevent them.
The participants will learn the need for network, application, and server security, as well as the need to build fraud and cyber incident sniffers, monitors, and surveillance applications. They will also learn how to convince management that strong controls must be in place to enable successful apprehension and prosecution of electronic fraud and cyber incident cases.
This course is intended for auditors, security officers, loss prevention officers, and business unit managers and all those who are interested in attaining valuable knowledge related to Cyber Incidents.
NOTE: There are no prerequisites.