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Managing Fraud Related to ePayments in a Business

If you are doing business in the CNP channel than your company is at risk for fraud. Doing business in this channel means you must understand how to accept and manage payments while minimizing your company’s exposure to risk and fraud. This session is intended for managers, executive management, business owners and entrepreneurs that are looking for a high level perspective on fraud exposure and managing a risk operation team in their business.

Individuals that complete this course will gain an understanding on the risks associated with online and telephone payments. You will learn to identify the points where a business could be exposed to fraud as well as what factors influence this risk.

This course was last updated in August, 2017 to reflect the changing alternative payments landscape. Now offered in HTML5 and compatible with all mobile devices.

Key Concepts Covered:

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After completing this course you should be able to answer and discuss the following questions:
(1) What are risks associated with accepting payments in the online channel and how can these risks be mitigated? (2) How do you approach balancing the need to collect payments online with the risk of fraud and loss? (3) What are the best practices and methods to establish a risk management strategic mindset within a business or organization?

Training Objectives: (1) Be able to discuss the risks associated with taking online payments and the many potential points of compromise. (2) Understand how to assess transactions based off predicted and actual results using a confusion matrix. (3) Be able to describe the strategic goals of a risk management program and understand how to establish a risk management strategic mindset in your company.

Expected time to complete training: 90 minutes (includes quizzes and exam)

Course Applicability:

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Prerequisites: This course is part of an Executive Series Track and assumes you have a working knowledge on running an eCommerce business.

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Enrollment is easy and takes just a few minutes. You'll first need an account in our online training portal which can be created here. This free account can then be used to register for any of The Fraud Practice's online training courses or certification programs. With lessons available online 24x7, you are able to begin the Managing Fraud Related to ePayments in a Business online training course immediately after enrolling.

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Course Availability: Online, In-House and Webinar

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Managing Fraud Related to ePayments in a Business Online Training Course

A management perspective on the theories, best practices and methods to manage fraud with ePayments, this session covers methods to balance and optimize risk exposure, methods to measure the health of a risk mitigation program, as well as methods to set a more productive mindset for risk mitigation in a company.

The material is spot on, especially for someone who is either building an internal fraud solution or choosing an external one.

M. Wrobleski
Director Fraud & Risk, GSN Digital