BankInfoSecurity.com Announces Bank Fraud & Cybercrimes WebinarBankInfoSecurity.com Announces Bank Fraud & Cybercrimes Webinar BankInfoSecurity.com has announced it will be running a special webinar series on bank fraud and cybercrimes hosted by Officer Michael Grigsby, head of the cybercrime unit in Somerset, Kentucky.
North Brunswick, NJ (BankInfoSecurity.com) March 27, 2006 – BankInfoSecurity.com will be teaming with Officer Michael Grigsby of the Somerset, Kentucky Police Department to present a free webinar on Bank Fraud and Cybercrimes. BankInfoSecurity.com has been offering free webinars related to banking information security topics and will beginning running the Bank Fraud & Cybercrimes webinar in April.
As time goes on, the complexity and sophistication of financial and cybercrimes grows. From the humble beginnings of physical bank crimes to newer forms of cybercrime that deal with denial of service attacks and viruses, it is becoming more and more important to have an awareness of these types of criminal activities, and to put in roadblocks to prevent these crimes.
During this webinar, Officer Grigsby will:
- Start off with a brief history of bank crimes and describe some newer trends emerging
- Discuss prevention and reaction programs and ways to keep employees trained and aware
- Discuss customer awareness programs and describe some specific examples of threats
- Discuss internal fraud detection
- Explain the steps just after a bank fraud crime has been detected
- Reveal future trends
Officer Michael R. Grigsby of the Somerset Police Department has spent the last 14 years in the field of criminal justice. In addition to being a police officer, he has previously served as the Community Service Coordinator for the Commonwealth Attorney's Officer of the 28th Judicial Circuit. Officer Grigsby is a published author in a variety of academic, trade and professional publications regarding Internet and cyber crime, and now heads the cyber crime unit at his precinct. He has also provided lectures on a variety of topics including Risk Assessments, Cyber Crime Prevention, and Environmental Safety and Awareness both at a state and national level. Officer Grigsby is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with Degrees in Corrections and Police Administration, and graduate work in the area of Asset Protection.