The 1st Asia Pacific
                             INVESTIGATING COMPUTER RELATED FRAUD
                   The Fundamentals...
The 1st Asia Pacific
                             INVESTIGATING COMPUTER RELATED FRAUD
                   The Fundamentals...
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Investigating Computer Related Fraud

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Computer forensics is a fascinating field. Computer investigation and analysis techniques involve the identification, preservation, extraction, documentation, and interpretation {ipedi} of computer data to determine potential legal evidence.
As enterprises become more complex and exchange more information online, high-tech crimes are increasing at a rapid rate. The industry has taken off in recent years, and it's no surprise that a profession once regarded as a vague counterpart of network security has grown into a science all its own. In addition, numerous companies and professionals now offer computer forensic services. A computer forensic technician is a combination of a private eye and a computer scientist. Although the ideal background for this field includes legal, technical, and law enforcement experience, a myriad of industries use professionals with investigative intelligence and technology proficiency. A computer forensic professional can fill a variety of roles such as private investigator, corporate compliance professional, or law enforcement official.
This seminar will also introduces you to the concept of computer forensics, while addressing computer forensic needs from both sides-corporate policy and law enforcement. It will present some real-life examples of computer crime. It will help you assess your organization's needs and discuss various training methods used for practitioners and end users.

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Investigating Computer Related Fraud

  1. 1. The 1st Asia Pacific INVESTIGATING COMPUTER RELATED FRAUD The Fundamentals of Digital Forensics in E-Fraud & Techno-Crimes Organized By ERP Global Solution (Singapore) A associate firm of the CFE-In-Practice worldwide group of companies Investigating Computer Related Fraud Introduction to Digital Evidence & Computer Fraud History & terminology of Computer Fraud Investigation The distinction between Cyber Fraud & Computer Fraud Technology & Law The Investigative Process – Interviewing Techniques Investigative Reconstruction with Digital Evidence Modus Operandi, Motive, and Technology Digital Evidence in the Courtroom What Does a Computer Forensic Expert & Forensic Accounting Expert Do? What is Computer related Fraud How different is computer related fraud from other types of Occupational fraud Why do people commit fraud Profile of a system penetrator Are Digital Forensic Experts different from Forensic Accounting Expert ? • Do they do the same thing • Do they use different skills, tools, and methodologies. Is there a market for the Private Sector in Digital Forensics • Corporate and business investigations • Personal and private investigations LEARNING OUTCOMES Questions to be addressed in this presentation: - What is fraud, and how are fraud perpetrated? - Who perpetrates fraud and why? - What is computer fraud, and what forms does it take? - What approaches and techniques are used to commit computer fraud? 1) Define computer crime and list some computer crime that can be perpetrated from inside and three from outside the organization 2) Explain the types of hackers and explain what motivates each group 3) Define digital forensics and describe the different phases of a forensic investigation 4) Describe what is meant by digital forensics 5) Define the ways in which corporations use digital forensics
  2. 2. The 1st Asia Pacific INVESTIGATING COMPUTER RELATED FRAUD The Fundamentals of Digital Forensics in E-Fraud & Techno-Crimes Organized By ERP Global Solution (Singapore) A associate firm of the CFE-In-Practice worldwide group of companies TRAINER’S PROFILE CSI Chairperson Emeritus, Tommy Seah is a Certified Fraud Examiner and Regent Emeritus of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Board based in Texas, USA. He is one of those people that you would like to meet in person. For the better part of the past 30 years, his services in providing technical training and consultancy in AML and Basel II systems implementation is continuously sought after by numerous banks in the region, including Singapore, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand, Philippines and Taiwan. Tommy's previous experience includes systems based CSI Chairperson Emeritus, auditing in an American International Bank, where he was Mr.Tommy Seah the Senior Regional Auditor responsible for the Bank's audit in the Asia Pacific region. He has also held the top executive position of Chief of Internal Audit in a prime offshore bank where his audit duties cover the Singapore and Hong Kong operations of the bank. His brief covers all areas of the bank's audit of operations and IT systems. Prior to this, he was Head of Operations of a foreign bank. In addition to being a Fellow Member of a leading UK Accountancy body and an Associate of The Australian National Institute of Accountants, Tommy holds professional graduate diplomas from two Banking Institutes including the prestigious Chartered Institute of Bankers (UK). He is the only Singaporean that scores a quot;Double Firstquot; in the English accountancy examination and was consequently awarded the F.W. Perks prize in Financial Management.

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