This is segment two in our “Test your Fraud IQ” series.  The course is designed to provide the learner a different experience.  Rather than focusing solely on the technical aspects of why fraud occurs and concepts of the fraud triangle, we utilize real-life case study scenarios to evaluate aspects of fraud culture and cyber fraud.

Most professionals have some understanding of the impact fraud can have on today’s businesses.  Professionals in the financial or audit fields are familiar with the concepts of the fraud triangle and elements of fraud red flags. Many courses exist that speak to fraud concepts such as the profile of a fraudster, fraud red flags and fraud mitigation factors.  This instructor has developed a Fraud Certification program on Illumeo that covers many of these concepts in depth.

This course includes multiple real-life fraud scenarios and poses questions to the learner about “what would you do”.  In this course we specifically focus on fraud culture and cyber fraud.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify your organization’s fraud culture.
  • Discover how to analyze gaps in your fraud culture.
  • Explore how to evaluate fraud gap areas for mitigation.
  • Explore areas of cyber fraud.
  • Explore examples of real-life fraud scenarios to test your cyber fraud IQ.
Last updated/reviewed: August 27, 2023
38 Reviews (141 ratings)

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Anonymous Author
This course provides many concrete example scenarios along with possible outcomes to help understand the issues. Evaluating the fraud culture of organizations, performing fraud risk assessment, the COSO framework for fraud prevention and the NIST Cyber Framework specifically addressing cyber fraud are all addressed.

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Member's Profile
Good examples of real world fraud scenarios with a focus on fraud culture and cyber fraud. Helps us understand what we should do under certain fraud situations. Good explanation of gaps in fraud culture, how to identify & analyze those gaps, and ultimately mitigate them.

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Anonymous Author
This course is a little odd combining the discussion around intro to fraud culture and mixing it with cyber risk. I get the connection between the two but they are better addressed individually in this type of course.

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Member's Profile
Good course. The course could be expanded to look at the culture in other countries in comparison to the required corporate culture and how to deal with the higher inherent risk of operating in high CPI countries.

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Anonymous Author
Great continuation of the Fraud IQ series. This course would be worthwhile for auditors and risk analysts to practice identify various risk factors related to an organization fraud culture and cyber security.

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Anonymous Author
Building on what was covered in the first segment, Testing your Fraud IQ, Segment Two: Fraud Culture and Cyber Risk is a deeper dive into the topic and includes tons of scenarios to review.

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Anonymous Author
Overall, I thought this was a course worth taking. It seemed to be a bit of an unusual pairing of topics - fraud culture and cyber. It is a good introductory course into these topics.

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Anonymous Author
Another great course for distance learning on the topic of fraud awareness and response strategies. Well-paced and well organized with interaction possibilities.

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Member's Profile
I preferred part one of these lectures. I found it to be a little long winded over issues that didn't seem to matter to the overall objective of the course.

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Anonymous Author
This course was highly effective in delivery of the material. Real world examples are a great resource to give the student an idea of how fraud will happen.

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Anonymous Author
The information in this course is very helpful. It was very informative & makes you aware of how you protect your data, especially electronically.

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Anonymous Author
Sufficiently continued the discussion of fraud from the previous course and helped scratch the surface on more modern forms.

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Member's Profile
An engaging follow up to Segment 1. I appreciate that a hefty portion of this session was dedicated to Cyber Risk.

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Member's Profile
It was a good course, with plenty of real life examples regards to fraud. The course was well prepared. Thank you.

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Anonymous Author
I really like the Test Your Fraud IQ Course, because fraud has been occurring in both business and person life.

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Anonymous Author
The real life examples are very good. The speaker is very knowledgeable and the materials are very helpful.

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Anonymous Author
This is an interesting course on fraud culture and cyber risk, with plenty of fun facts and scenario cases

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Anonymous Author
Refreshing and interesting course. Nothing surprised me. This will be beneficial to everyone regardless.

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Anonymous Author
Very good course and very good trainer. I recommend it. The content is well balanced and well taught.

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Member's Profile
This course is designed well to provide good overview of the fraud culture and various cyber risks.

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Anonymous Author
The course gave an holistic approach on fraud which will help me be aware of the fraud environment.

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Anonymous Author
Another excellent course by Lynn Fountain. Interesting and informative with practical applications.

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Anonymous Author
I liked this refresher course. The instructor gave good examples on cyber risks, IoT and malware.

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Anonymous Author
Very informative course. I learned a lot about cyber security that I didn't previously know.

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Member's Profile
The materials were very useful and informative. I will recommend to a friend or colleague.

5
Anonymous Author
Great course full of pertinent information. I learned a great deal about course subject.

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Anonymous Author
Enjoyed the incorporation of cybersecurity into this course. Very relevant and timely.

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Anonymous Author
A lot of great information on an important topic. Good introduction into Cyber Fraud.

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Member's Profile
Good cours with good materials. Easy to understandand good thoughtful application.

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Anonymous Author
Excellent case studies throughout the course to reinforce and apply the concepts.

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Anonymous Author
Good overview of some fraud concepts and steps taken to mitigate those.

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Anonymous Author
A great overview of fraud and real life examples for consideration.

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Member's Profile
It is a great course to test own fraud IQ and further improve it.

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Anonymous Author
The instructor provides good overview of the information.

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Member's Profile
Good review of fraud potential and how to mitigate fraud.

5
Member's Profile
Very informative. Liked learning about NIST and malware.

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Anonymous Author
Great course to update knowledge re fraud prevention

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Anonymous Author
great course, did the job, good questions for exam.

Prerequisites
Course Complexity: Intermediate

No Advanced Preparation or Prerequisites are needed for this course. However, it is recommended to take the other course in the series prior to completing this one.

Education Provider Information
Company: Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
Contact: For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
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Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  Introduction to Test Your Fraud IQ – Segment Two: Fraud Culture and Cyber Risk6:06
  Identify Your Organizations Fraud Culture15:47
  Analysis10:38
  Scenario One & Two15:16
  Cyber Fraud Risk21:21
  Malware Intrusion4:59
  Summary1:09
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  Test Your Fraud IQ – Segment Two: Fraud Culture and Cyber Risk1:15:17
SUPPORTING MATERIALS
  Slides: Test Your Fraud IQ – Segment Two: Fraud Culture and Cyber RiskPDF
  Test Your Fraud IQ – Segment Two: Fraud Culture and Cyber Risk Glossary/IndexPDF
REVIEW AND TEST
  REVIEW QUESTIONSquiz
 FINAL EXAMexam