Together, Reducing Fraud Worldwide
The proliferation of technology in the modern-day workplace presents a world of opportunity for fraudsters – and a complex challenge for fraud examiners and investigators. Anti-fraud professionals must know how to combat cyber fraud and how to use technology in fraud examinations. Learning the basics of digital forensics is crucial to uncovering fraud in the 21st century.
Articles and Other Resources
Scareware Fraud, Part One
Scareware Fraud, Part Two
Phantom Figurines: Online Fraudster Steals More than $300,000
Breaking Breach Secrecy, Part One
Breaking Breach Secrecy, Part Two
Breaking Breach Secrecy, Part Three
Pulling the Plug on ATM Skimmers
Not Just a Paper Trail
Corporate Smartphones in Danger!
How Vigilant is Vigilant Enough?
Know Thy Enemy: Cyber Thieves
Inaction Caused Costly Hacking At Large Retailer
Investigating in the Clouds: Cloud Computing Shakes up Examination Processes
Digital Artifacts the Keys to Making or Breaking a Fraud Case
Using Social Networking Site Information in the Courtroom
Cyber Psycho: Online Predator Uses the Internet to Destroy a Life
Social Networking Risks in 2013We talk to ACFE Faculty Member Cynthia Hetherington, CFE, president of The Hetherington Group about Dr. Wells’ prediction of an increase in cyber crime, specifically crimes and investigation involving social media networks.
Introduction to Digital Forensics: Gathering and Preserving Electronic Evidence
Digital Forensic Tools and Techniques: Taking Fraud Examination to the Next Level
Investigating on the Internet: Research Tools for Fraud Examiners
Using Data Analytics to Detect Fraud
Books and Manuals
Internet Fraud Casebook: The World Wide Web of Deceit
Cyber Fraud: Tactics, Techniques and Procedures
Computer-Aided Fraud Prevention & Detection: A Step-by-Step Guide
Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations, Fourth Edition
Investigating by Computer, Second Edition
Electronic Evidence: Why You Should Care
Integrating Advanced Data Analytics to Identify Rogue Employee Behavior
Using Digital Forensic Technology
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