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Cyber Forensics: A Field Manual for Collecting, Examining and Preserving Evidence of Computer Crimes

This book integrates theory and practice to present the policies, procedures, methodologies and legal implications of a cyber forensic investigation.

Fraud Analytics

This column is the first in a series on data analytics and their use in fraud detection and investigation. Here, we introduce the topic while subsequent columns will focus on specific methods and techniques.

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.

Columbia, SC - Introduction to Digital Forensics - 09/2014

Learn what controls can be implemented to secure your data in order to minimize the threat of data and identity theft in Columbia, SC, September 11-12, 2014.

Forensic Analytics: Methods and Techniques for Forensic Accounting Investigations

This book shows how you can use Microsoft Access and Excel as your primary data interrogation tools to find exceptional, irregular, and anomalous records.

Las Vegas, NV - Using Data Analytics to Detect Fraud - 12/2014

This two-day ACFE seminar in Las Vegas, NV, December 18-19, 2014, provides you with numerous data analytics tests that can be used to detect various fraud schemes.

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.

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.

Internet Transactions at Risk

CFEs must recognize their companies' and clients' vulnerabilities to Internet fraud and help design controls and solutions.