Analyzing aspects of cybercrime, financial crimes, fraud, prevention, and security, including beat practices and resources, security, strategy, and policy
CSCIS works to drive understanding and addressing key trends in cybercrime that are emerging and evolving rapidly to exploit speed, convenience, and anonymity to commit a diverse range of criminal activities that are borderless.
Discussions focus on coordination and prevention of digital crimes with a key component being cutting edge innovation, contemporary methods and law enforcement. It also provides a focus point for input into proactive research and insight into new areas and the latest issues and developments.
Cybercrime is a fast growing area of crime. More and more criminals are exploiting the speed, convenience and anonymity of the Internet to commit a diverse range of criminal activities that know no borders, either physical or virtual.
CSCIS works to raise awareness of and preach the need for full ERM – the process of coordinated risk management that places business risk across the whole organisation and requires co-operation between various departments to effectively manage the risk as a whole.