Preventing and Responding to Financial Crime
Earners of the badge have knowledge of the growing intersection between financial crime and cyber crime. Earners are aware of the importance of having an organisational response to financial crime - this means that it takes all parts of an organisation to combat financial crime including and not limited to frontline staff, cyber security team members and financial crime managers. Earners understand how to prevent and respond to financial crime.
Earners are required to engage in online learning via Griffith University's online learning system (Learning@Griffith). Content to be delivered online include readings and discussion board interaction between students and qualified academic teaching staff. Engagement and content delivered via online learning will be linked to the assessment tasks: i.e. students will need to engage in online content to gain necessary knowledge and skills to pass the relevant assessment item.
Earners will develop a relevant financial crime case study that will be derived from their industry experience and practice. Earners will apply their knowledge and skills from across all the Financial Crime modules to complete the assessment item. This will include discussion, review and application of relevant theories and development of crime prevention strategies and approaches. The case study written task will have a set word length of 2,500 words.