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e-learning: Cleaning up the 'net - an action plan to combat the use and abuse of the internet for financial crime

London, UK

On 10th May, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime will convene a meeting relating to "cybercrime" at which it will discuss a range of topics.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill says "Been there, done that. Now I'm doing it again."

The topics are, mostly, those that I discussed first in an academic paper in 1999 (The Use and Abuse of the Internet in Financial Crime) and expanded upon in my book "Cleaning up the 'net" published in 2015.

The UNODC meeting has spurred me to convert that book into an e-learning course (non-examinable) and to add to it and to update relevant parts of it. The paperback has now been withdrawn from sale.

That course will be published on or about 10th May 2021.

It is now available for advance purchase at https://learning.financialcrim...

The contents page is live but, until the course is finalised for launch, incomplete.

Nigel Morris-Cotterill said "The UNODC can save itself many months, perhaps even years, by capitalising on research I started more than 20 years ago. Those in the internet industry, including service providers, will find its analysis of problems and recommendations for solutions to be properly formulated and thought out."

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09/05/2021 - 02:18