Increasingly, abuse and fraudulent activities proliferate the cyber world. To address this growing concern, Fayetteville State University will host a Fraud Informatics Symposium on October 24, 2019.
Increasingly, abuse and fraudulent activities proliferate the cyber world. To address this growing concern, Fayetteville State University will host a Fraud Informatics Symposium on October 24, 2019. The symposium will introduce instructors and faculty members to "Fraud Informatics" a new curriculum developed by Dr. Dongwon Lee, Associate Professor of Information Sciences and Technology at Pennsylvania State University.
Fraud Informatics emphasizes the importance of information, data processing and the involved information systems toward the detection and prevention of online fraud. Fraud Informatics levels up the scale and scope of the problem of online fraud from simple analytics to the whole dimension of "informatics."
The Symposium will focus on the development and implementation of the new curriculum, engage participants in discussions about the topics of Fraud Informatics, and recruit instructors and faculty members to deliver the curriculum to their students.
Dr. Dongwon Lee, The Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Lynn Bible, Fayetteville State University
Dr. Neal Wagner, Systems & Technology Research Other speakers will address the following topics:
- What you don't know will hurt you: relationship between AI and Fraud Informatics
- Dangers of social media and corporate information
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday October 18, 2019 The symposium will begin with registration and a continental breakfast at 8:00 am on October 24, 2019, at the Seabrook Auditorium of Fayetteville State University, followed by welcoming remarks at 9:00 a.m. Lunch and refreshments will be provided to registered attendees. The event will conclude with closing remarks and a questions & answer period from 3:45 to 4:00 pm. All attendees must register for the symposium through the Registration Page: https://www.orau.gov/2019fraudinformatics/registration.htm For more information: Contact Dr. Daryush ILA, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Technology Transfer, firstname.lastname@example.org