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Washington, D.C. - Investigating on the Internet - 10/2014

Discover how the Internet can be used as an important source of information at this course for non-technical fraud examiners in Washington, D.C., October 2-3, 2014.

San Jose, CA - Protecting Data and Intellectual Property - 11/2014

In this two-day, instructor-led course, you will learn the crucial strategies needed to mitigate the threat of malicious data theft and minimize the risk of inadvertent data loss.

Benford’s Law Made Easy

Fraud examiners and auditors, using software programs like Microsoft Excel, can use Benford’s Law to discover major fraud schemes that couldn’t be found any other way.

Fraud on the Internet

“Fraud on the Internet” was adapted from an article in the Summer 1998 issue of the Law Enforcement Report, a publication of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service

Investigating by Computer, Second Edition

This course provides an overview on how you can use your computer in your investigations, including the Internet, data analysis and public records.

Using Benford's Law to Detect Fraud

This self-study course will teach you the history behind Benford’s Law and how to apply it while undertaking a fraud audit or fraud examination.

Investigating by Computer, Second Edition

This course provides an overview on how you can use your computer in your investigations, including the Internet, data analysis and public records.

Fundamentals of Computer and Internet Fraud

This self-study course is written especially for professionals who are responsible for preventing and detecting fraudulent computer schemes.

High Technology Crime Investigator’s Handbook, Second Edition

This book will inform you of the risks of computer crimes, and serve as a guide to establishing and managing a high-technology crime investigative program.

Zeus

Zeus is a crimeware designed primarily to steal users' online banking credentials.