||CPE Credits: 20
Course Level: Basic
As technology continues to become more sophisticated, fraudsters find new ways to commit fraud with computers. This self-study course is written especially for professionals who are responsible for preventing and detecting fraudulent computer schemes.
What you will learn:
Legal elements of computer fraud
How the computer is used as a tool for fraud
Internet fraud and e-commerce
Computer fraud and law enforcement
Security auditing and testing
Table of Contents
Field of study: Computer Science
Last Updated: March 2011
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