The EIMF Live Online Learning Experience
Participants will receive access to the recorded sessions of the course.
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The conduct of illegal activities such as money laundering, fraud, and identity theft by electronic systems is called cybercrime. It is an act that violates the law, which is performed and executed using information and communication technology to either target networks, systems, data, websites and/or technology or facilitate a crime. In a data-driven financial environment, cybercrime has emerged as a major concern for regulators and institutions, with criminals manipulating computer systems and online financial services to commit money laundering, fraud and other crimes.
In an effort to control and restrict the movement of dirty funds globally, international governments and regulatory bodies have applied effective control measures, including laws and regulations, supervisory authorities and industry suggestions and recommendations. Governments and regulators are continuously updating these regulations and recommendations in order to counter the complex money-laundering techniques as well as the recent evolution in the technological field. This course covers the main regulations for money laundering and cybersecurity. It provides an introduction about money laundering as a whole and a complete coverage of the money laundering regulations. It provides as well a broad overview of cybersecurity, including how computers and networks are attacked, how the attackers benefit, and how to mitigate those attacks. By attending this course, participants will be able to understand the common cyber security threats, vulnerabilities, and risks, as well as how to assist in preventing money laundering, cybercrimes, and the various financial crimes associated to them.
By the end of the programme, participants will:
Definition of Money laundering (ML) and Terrorist Financing (TF) and the Difference between the two
Stages of Money Laundering
Legal Framework of Anti-Money Laundering and Combating Terrorism Financing
Offences and Penalties
Industries Involving High Risk of Money Laundering
Measures Needed For Efficient Money Laundering Controls
Suspicious Transactions Indicators
A Brief History of Cybercrime
Physical And Environmental Threats
The Principles of Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability
Data Privacy Standards and Laws
Phishing and Cyber Attacks
Cyber Risk Assessment
The Cost of Compromised Data
Introduction to Blockchain Technology
Cybersecurity and Blockchain Technology
Security Tokens and Utility Tokens
What is the Impact of Cybercrime on the World Economy
What is AML in Cybersecurity
What is Cyber Financial Crime?
What is Cyber Laundering?
How is Cybercrime related to Money Laundering?
Who Should Attend
The programme is designed to deliver knowledge and enhance participants’ skills via short lectures, case-studies, practical examples, real-life simulations. Participants will be able to engage in discussions surrounding the ethical concerns, general implications of Money Laundering and Cybersecurity. They will also benefit from customised feedback at the end of the programme and take away the knowledge gained to be transferred at their workplace.
This programme may be approved for up to 7 CPD units in Financial Regulation and AML. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.
This training course may be approved as an external activity under the new ACAMS recertification category ”non-ACAMS credits” for up to 7 CPD units. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by the Association of Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). To read more about the non-ACAMS credits policies and eligibility criteria please click here.
For groups within the same organisation, this course may be customized to meet any specific needs and delivered in-house.
HRDA-approved seminars are exempted from VAT for eligible organisations applying for the HRDA subsidy. A 19% VAT will apply to seminars and participants who do not qualify for the HRDA subsidy.
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Day 1: December 07, 2023 | 09:00-17:15
Start time: 09:00 EET
End time: 17:15 EET
Venue: Live Online
Coordinates: 7 | Duration: 7 hrs
Directions: <a href="https://eimf.eu/event-organizer/nadine-ghosn-eid/">Nadine Ghosn Eid (view the trainer's bio here)</a>
Email: [email protected]