In this episode, I sat down with Michael Skiba, better known in the fraud fighting community as “Dr. Fraud”. Michael is an international expert on economic crime. He holds an MBA and a PhD with a research focus on fraud and economic crime and is considered one of the leading researchers in this area. He has been a college professor for more than ten years and currently holds the role of Program Chair of Criminal Justice at Colorado State University Global Campus.
Our conversation covered the importance of leveraging today’s technology to fight the tech-savvy cyber criminals. We also cover some of the trends that can help keep financial institutions safe in 2018 and some of the steps businesses can take to curb the costs associated with cybercrime.
Dr. Fraud background / research focus (2:30)
Psychology of Fraud (4:19) Link to book on Amazon >> Psychology of Fraud
Most at-risk industries targeted by economic criminals (7:00)
Trends financial institutions could keep an eye on to help keep them safe in 2018 (8:33)
What can banks do to better protect themselves from fraud (11:42)
Identifying outliers in banking activity – digital fingerprints (14:30)
What role is machine learning playing in the fraud fighting space (15:47)
What sets the cyber criminal apart from other criminals? (19:05)
First steps businesses can take to curb costs associated with cybercrime (21:48)
If you have any questions for Dr. Fraud, feel free to leave a comment or reach out per email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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