Social Media Fraud Threats to Individuals and Corporations and How to Defend Against It

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Date Dec 5, 2013
Time 10:00 AM PDT
Cost $145.00
Online
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Overview: This webinar will describe the numerous types of fraud being perpetrated against individuals and organizations via social media sites, including social engineering, identity theft and identity fraud, breach of information security, blackmail and extortion-to name just a few.The presentation will go on to provide best practices for defending against these numerous-and continuously multiplying-fraud risks.

Numerous real-life case studies will be used to illustrate key points.

Why should you attend:Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter and numerous other social media Web sites have become as essential to daily live as food and water. Facebook recently recorded its one-billionth member.

While this is powerful evidence of the many positive characteristics of social media, these sites have also become breeding grounds for numerous types of fraud and cyber-crime. From identity theft, social engineering, theft of business secrets and confidence schemes, users of these sites are now at great risk of victimization by cyber-criminals at home and around the world.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • How E-fraudsters exploit Facebook and other social media sites to commit fraud
  • How to monitor social media sites for signs of criminal actions against your organization
  • How to reduce the risk of fraud victimization via social media
  • Who should be accountable for monitoring and reacting to social media attacks
  • Training your employees to detect, prevent and report AP fraud
  • How to implement proven anti-fraud controls in Accounts Payable
Who Will Benefit:
  • Internal and External Audit Professionals
  • IT Managers and Auditors
  • Website Managers
  • Accounting and Audit Practitioners
  • HR Managers
  • Senior Financial Management seeking to reduce their vulnerability to costly frauds
  • Fraud Examiners/investigators
  • Compliance and Ethics Managers
  • CFO's/senior Financial Managers
  • Security Personnel

Contact:
Russel Stuart
Phone: 1800-385-1627
Fax: 302-288-6884
E-Mail: webinars@trainhr.com

 


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