Combating money laundering and fraud in a digital economy
Dates: 25 April 2018 (8.30am - 12.30pm)
Venue: Securities Commission Malaysia
Accreditation: SIDC CPE-approved: 5 CPE points
This programme aims to provide the latest updates on the increasingly sophisticated and advanced cyber threats that cyber security experts predict may occur while promoting greater security and integrity planning through effective security measures in order to build an organisations’ cyber risk resilience.
This half day programme is designed to enable participants to identify the potential cyber-enabled frauds and measures to be taken to manage the incidents.
By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:
- discuss the impact of cybercrime and how it threatens the capital market
- identify how IT, physical and socially engineered methods are used to commit or facilitate cybercrime
- recognise with the major fraud typologies used by cyber criminals
- describe key security methods used to prevent cybercrime
Interactive presentation, Discussions on Case Studies and Question-and-Answer (Q&A) sessions
Audit officers, Legal advisors, lawyers, accountants, risk management officers
Asset management companies, advisory firms, legal firms, accounting firms, stockbroking firms, investment banks, insurance companies, public listed companies and SMEs.
||Foundational (Product Knowledge) - Capital Market Fundamentals, Capital Market Environment
Functional (Technical Skills) – Digital Technology Application
||Overview of Money Laundering and Fraud in the Digital Economy
- Cybercrime: Types, threats and risks
- Financial fraud with the use of technology
|| Cybercrime, Money Laundering and Fraud
- Fraud analytics
- Mechanisms for laundering cybercrime proceeds
- Use of alternative payment systems and e-money for money laundering.
- Methods and Techniques in Preventing and Combating the Legalisation of Cybercrime Proceeds
- Electronic money laundering, online ad fraud, digital currency
- Challenge of overcoming the convergence of financial crime and cyber fraud
||End of Programme