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To provide students with a comprehensive overview of collecting,investigating, preserving, and presenting evidence of cyber crime left in digital storage devices. To introduce topics of forensic data examination of computers and digital storage media. Investigation of computers used for wrong-doing. Understand file system basics and where hidden files may lie on the disk, as well as how to extract the data and preserve it for analysis. Understand some of the tools of e-discovery. Legal aspects must form a constant background for these types of investigations.
1) Understand the importance of a systematic procedure for investigation of data
found on digital storage media that might provide evidence of wrong-doing.
2) Understand the file system storage mechanisms of two common desktop opera
ting systems (i.e. versions of Microsoft Windows and LINUX).
3) Use tools for faithful preservation of data on disks for analysis.
4) Find data that may be clear or hidden on a computer disk.
Fundamentals of Frauds- Definition of fraud, fraud risk management, fraud taxonomy, fraudulent behavior, red flags.
Banking Frauds–Authentication Management, Payment Fraud, Fraud Consulting and Services, Card &Emerging Payments Fraud, Contact Center Fraud Prevention, Cheque Fraud, Internal Threats. Corporate Frauds –What is Corporate Frauds – Services – Solutions.
Financial Frauds - Financial Inclusions and mobile financial Services, regulating for financial inclusions,Agent network issues,Telecommunication access network issues,Account to account interoperability issues,Customer data and risk based financial issues,Consumer Protection, Collaboration among financial,telecommunications and competition authorities.
Frauds in IT and Telecom-IT Frauds: Theft of Proprietary Information, Insider abuse of internet access, system penetration, unauthorized access to information, laptop/mobile theft, financial fraud, misuse of public web application, virus, abuse of wireless network–Countermeasures–Telecom Frauds - Organizational or Non-Technical Fraud: involving Administration services, processes - Human Fraud - Insider Fraud - Call-sell Fraud - Facilitation Fraud - Creeping Fraud - Chaining Fraud - Calling-Card Fraud - Phantom Account -Partnership Fraud - Process Fraud–Ghosting - Abuse of test or emergency lines or accounts – Unauthorized Feature/Service Activation-Accounting - Dealer or Reseller Fraud - Subscription Fraud - Roaming Subscription Fraud - Premium-Rate Services Fraud- Illustrative Cases - Technical Fraud: Network Systems, Billing Systems –Cloning – Tumbling - Voice-mail Hacking - PBX Hacking - SIM Stuffing- Clip-on Fraud - Line Tapping - War Dialing - Handset Fraud – Fixed Network Fraud – Mobile Network Fraud – Frauds in 2G, 3G and 4G Frauds.
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Frauds in IT and Telecom-IT Frauds: Theft of Proprietary Information:
Organizational or Non-Technical Fraud: involving Administration services
Human Fraud - Insider Fraud - Call-sell Fraud - Facilitation Fraud - Creeping Fraud
Ghosting - Abuse of test or emergency lines or accounts
Unauthorized Feature/Service Activation-Accounting
Roaming Subscription Fraud - Premium-Rate Services Fraud
Illustrative Cases - Technical Fraud: Network Systems, Billing Systems –Cloning – Tumbling - Voice-mail Hacking
PBX Hacking - SIM Stuffing- Clip-on Fraud - Line Tapping - War Dialing - Handset Fraud