Two ECI Students Garner ACFE Scholarships

UC Students Recognized for Excellence Written By Victoria Lamanna ’15, PR Intern Awards presented to Jared Platt and Robert Broccoli Contact cleogrande@utica.edu Utica, NY (10/14/2014) – The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) recently presented two Utica College students with

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ECCI Board Member, Brad Bondi Co-authored Article

“What Rakoff Reversal Means For ‘Neither Admit Nor Deny’” an article written by Cadwalader partners Bradley J. Bondi and Peter Isajiw, and associates Douglas Fischer and John Vázquez, published on Law360.com on June 5. Read full article here

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2011 graduate from UC’s Economic Crime Management Masters Degee Is Now a US Postal Inspectorp

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Crime areas can rattle businesses’ resolve

ECCI’s Executive Director Ray Philo, quoted in article on how crime will affect the success of standing business and the potential for fresh commerce. Read the full story

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Data Privacy in the post Edward Snowden Era-Interdisciplinary Perspectives Panel Discussion

Please join the Utica College School of Business and Justice Studies for “Data Privacy in the post-Edward Snowden Era: Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” a one hour panel discussion on Friday, October 10th, from 1-2pm in the Carbone Auditorium, ECJS Building. Students, faculty,

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ECCI Board of Advisors at UC

The Economic Crime and Cybersecurity Institute (ECCI) Board of Advisors are visiting campus this week, to offer their professional advice and expertise to our students. Several board members will be participating in mock interviews with junior and senior economic crime,

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NW3C Training

See the attached press release that pertains to the recent National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) Specialized Law Enforcement Training that took place in the ECJSC Carbone Auditorium.

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NW3C Training

The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) will be conducting training for law enforcement in the ECJSC Auditorium January 6-8, 2014. The training to be conducted is “Identifying and Seizing Electronic Evidence” taught by instructors from NW3C. This training is sponsored

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A Darker Way to Earn Money

One of the easiest ways for cybercriminals to gain money today is called e-whoring. E-whoring is the practice of selling pornographic material, while pretending to be the person who is photographed. Technically speaking, E-whoring is considered to be a form

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Busting Bitcoin Fraud

Anti-fraud professionals have been taking special interest in Bitcoins, and how to prevent financial crimes in which Bitcoins are involved (theft, price manipulation, Ponzi schemes, etc). Bitcoin is an online currency that uses cryptography to authenticate transactions between users. Bitcoin

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