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Dramatic Growth in Corporate Crime Drives Training Need

You can’t watch the news without seeing a story on corporate crime. Likewise, it is difficult to pick up a newspaper without seeing something about this topic. In one week there were more than 50,000 online news posts covering corporate crime.

 
PRLog - Sep. 18, 2012 - These metrics are a clear indicator of this critical aspect of security.  Currently criminologists are devoting more and more time and effort to studying the phenomenon of corporate crime. Some have estimated that white-collar crime alone to cost $700 billion a year.  Additionally, many have called the theft of intellectual property (IP) by corporate insiders as an epidemic.  The continued evolution of the techniques used to perpetrate these illegal actions requires continuing education for those involved in every aspect of security.  From security guards to IT security to those who manage security staff must update their skills in order to be properly prepared to address this growing threat.

The continued increase in corporate crime coupled with the changes in the tools and techniques of the trade demand security staff update their knowledge and skills.  That was the driver behind Spy-Ops updating the 10 module corporate crime certificate program.  

1. Corporate Espionage
2. Digital Spying
3. Electronic Bugging
4. Digital Footprints
5. Identity Theft
6. White-Collar Crime
7. Social Engineering
8. Computer Crime
9. Money Laundering
10. Computer Hacking

The 2012 version of this certificate (distance learning) program is now available through our web site.

Spy-Ops
http://www.spy-ops.com

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