Fraud Expert - User Account Security
This program is a supplemental add-on to the Fraud Expert core course regimen. The Fraud Expert must be completed first.
There are multiple levels to the Fraud Expert certification. The core 8 Fraud Expert courses are like a "brown belt" while this and other focus areas are increased levels or stripes. This is one of 3 possible focus areas, of which two are required before being prepared to take the Fraud Manager training.
The User Account Security Focus area provides two advanced courses discussing assessing and reducing account takeover risks, understanding exposure to ATO, phishing and related attacks like email harvesting, brute force and password guessing. It includes detailed and practical discussions around detecting this type of activity and bots, as well as internal and third party techniques and technology tools that can mitigate these risks.
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2 Core (Required) Courses
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The Fraud Practice’s online professional training and certification programs count towards continuing professional education requirements to maintain the eCommerce Fraud Professional Certificaiton as well as meet continuing professional education (CPE) requirements for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) professional designation, Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
This training program provides 3 CPE credit hours.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
M. Mosman, Sr. Business Consultant - Fraud & Identity, Experian
I have previously taken other training programs, but there was a lot of minutia. This content is relevant, the material is spot on, and the content addresses all the important issues pertaining to the eCommerce market.
E. Dietrich, VP Global Fraud Prevention Risk Services, ACI Worldwide
I have read a lot of fraud prevention books, and none of them organize or quantify the topics in such a useful and practical way. Fraud prevention books I have come across are often too theoretical and broad, but this is more about solving real business problems.