The Dark Web, Cryptocurrencies and Fraud
Modern fraud schemes increasingly utilize technologies such as the dark web and digital currencies. Fraud examiners need to understand what these technologies are, how they are used to facilitate fraud, the vulnerabilities they create for organizations and the ways they complicate investigations.
In this course, you will learn about the dark web and digital currencies, discover how those technologies relate to fraud and examine strategies for investigating fraud cases that incorporate them. Additionally, you will discover ways to mitigate the risks associated with accessing these technologies in investigations and resources to assist you with attributing dark web content and tracing cryptocurrency transactions.
- Elements of the dark web and digital currencies
- Mitigating risks associated with the dark web and cryptocurrencies
- Strategies for investigations linked to the dark web and crypto currencies
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||Part I: The Dark Web|
|Chapter 2||Lesson 1: Dark Web Overview|
|Chapter 3||Lesson 2: The Dark Web and Fraud|
|Chapter 4||Lesson 3: Before Accessing the Dark Web|
|Chapter 5||Lesson 4: Accessing and Investigating the Dark Web|
|Chapter 6||Part II: Cryptocurrencies|
|Chapter 7||Lesson 5: Cryptocurrencies Overview|
|Chapter 8||Lesson 6: Cryptocurrencies and Fraud|
|Chapter 9||Lesson 7: Investigating Cryptocurrencies|
|NASBA Information:||Information Technology|
|Last Updated:||October 2020|
|Delivery Method:||QAS Self-Study|
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