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Mobile Banking Fraud

  • 14 Nov 2012
  • 11:30 - 12:59 (PST)
  • The Multnomah Athletic Club

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TOPIC: Mobile Banking Fraud


Cyber crime today is becoming increasingly complex and international in nature. A domestic cyber breach can quickly change into a convoluted, on-line ID theft or global money laundering matter. To effectively address such crimes, organizations must quickly identify and leverage the most complete intelligence and be capable of following that trail.

The NCFTA functions as a conduit between private industry and law enforcement with a core mission to identify, mitigate and neutralize cyber crime. In an effort to streamline intelligence exchange, the NCFTA will often organize SME interaction into threat-specific initiatives. Once a significant online scheme is realized and a stakeholder consensus defined, an initiative is developed wherein the NCFTA manages the collection and sharing of intelligence with the affected parties, industry partners, appropriate law enforcement, and other SMEs.


SPEAKER:


Bryanna Ford, Research Analyst

National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance

Pittsburgh, PA

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