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Bank Phishing and Fraud

About Bank Phishing and Fraud:

Bank Phishing and Fraud remain a priority issue for banks. Criminals are constantly searching for new ways to obtain money from banks and customers through fraud and cyber security vulnerabilities. As most of the business would rely more on electronic devices such as computers, tablets, and smartphones to bank and shop online, vulnerabilities increase. 

Bank Phishing and Fraud Training:

This Training would help you to learn strategies and techniques you can use to identify and investigate potential perpetrators and examine internal vulnerabilities that may increase opportunities for fraud in your organization. You will explore due diligence and “know-your-client” processes and learn how to apply these concepts to mitigate risks. You will discover how data analytics can be used as both a preventive and investigative tool.

  • Protect your organization by predicting future fraud tactics
  • Formulate a fraud prevention strategy that will protect your organization against crime
  • Identify vulnerable and potential areas of risk in your organization
  • Recognize potential offenders through understanding human nature
  • Minimize the effects of fraud on your company’s public image
  • Combat fraud through the role of internal auditing
  • Retrieve evidence from personal computers and uncover fraudulent scams
  • Investigate and draw up watertight cases against suspects of fraud under the new Constitution
Course contents:

1 Different Bank frauds

        1.1 Stolen checks

        1.2 Cheque kiting

        1.3 Forgery and altered cheques

        1.4 Accounting fraud

            1.4.1 Uninsured deposits

            1.4.2 Demand draft fraud

        1.5 Rogue traders

        1.6 Fraudulent loans

        1.7 Fraudulent loan applications

        1.8 Forged or fraudulent documents

        1.9 Wire transfer fraud

        1.10 Bill discounting fraud

        1.11 Payment card fraud

            1.11.1 Booster cheques

            1.11.2 Stolen payment cards

            1.11.3 Duplication or skimming of card information

        1.12 Empty ATM envelope deposits

        1.13 Identity theft or Impersonation

        1.14 Prime bank fraud

        1.15 The fictitious ‘bank inspector’

        1.16 Phishing and Internet fraud

        1.17 Tele caller banking fraud

        1.18 Virus and worms 

        1.19 Social engineering attacks 

        1.20 APT Attacks 

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