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Ideas4Sale!

Masterminds:
Anna Mae Dela Cruz
Emmanuel Junio
Martin Revilla
Ed Vargas
Background

Crime

Yield

• Illegal disbursement or
dissemination of
business/corporate private
or confidential informatio...
Modus Operandi
Mechanics

Tools and Technologies

• Criminals and accessories to the crime use
MBA networks as means on co...
Appendix (other nominated crimes)
Centavo Heist

Big Value Zero

Description
• Cashiers, due to lack of pennies, etc, does...
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SPENTREP - New Crime by Group 4 (2013.Sep.9)

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  1. 1. Ideas4Sale! Masterminds: Anna Mae Dela Cruz Emmanuel Junio Martin Revilla Ed Vargas
  2. 2. Background Crime Yield • Illegal disbursement or dissemination of business/corporate private or confidential information through MBA programs • Pilfered Ideas • Cheaper and easier means to gain access to competitor POC • Provides vantage point to competitor aspirants
  3. 3. Modus Operandi Mechanics Tools and Technologies • Criminals and accessories to the crime use MBA networks as means on collecting internal private or confidential information • Perpetrators collect papers, reports, assignments from MBA programs • Often these papers or reports contain confidential or private information that should not be released to the public (but students don't bother to get NDA thinking that this is only for classroom activity) • Perpetrators build a network of contacts and use or sell the information underground • Internet (as headquarters and channel for the activity) • Email (public/free) • Websites (underground/public/free) • MBA classroom or online programs • Term Papers, Assignments, etc • Database of information
  4. 4. Appendix (other nominated crimes) Centavo Heist Big Value Zero Description • Cashiers, due to lack of pennies, etc, does not give the exact change; when transactions are amassed, the heist turns into thousands or millions in amount Description • Employee pads a blank OR, or adds digits to the OR amount and reimburses the bogus amount to the company Modus Operandi • Companies encourage cashiers not to give exact change by not providing sufficient centavo coins • Buyers forgo obtaining the exact change, and the transactions get done • Companies earn from the accumulated centavo coins • In financial reports, the heist is not reflected, and taxes are not paid Modus Operandi • The crime is done in cahoots with teller or cashiers, or the like • This crime is effective with maximum benefit and lower risks when done in small amounts, and in multi-transactions that unsuspecting employers hardly notice
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