Internal Threats: Detecting and Preventing Cybercrime, Theft and Abuse
Saturday, December 9, 2017
Two professors in Criminal Justice have conducted extensive research into white-collar crime research (pressures, motivations and opportunities). While many companies protect themselves from criminal elements outside of the company, many risks come from the company's own employees. This discussion presents the risks, opportunities and frames the types of crimes that companies face from internal sources.
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* Understanding the risks of insider criminal activity
* Identifying factors that contribute to opportunities for employee fraud
* The opportunity (for fraud) structures within companies
* Typical motivations for employee fraud
* Fraud Risk Assessment
* Criminal Behavior
* Controls Used To Prevent Fraud