Over the past ten to fifteen years, there has been a significant increase in online shopping and electronic commerce. However, the rise of e-Commerce has also led to an equally significant increase in cyber-attacks and other cyber deviant behaviors related to e-Commerce fraud stakeholders, systems, and processes. These digital attacks and behaviors impact the industry worldwide by billions of dollars and the Asia Pacific region is not immune to these malicious acts. These cyber-attacks and other cyber deviant behaviors continue to evolve in sophistication and creativity to evade effective security measures, which makes it difficult for organizations to contend with. This webinar provides an overview of the e-Commerce Fraud Ecosystem with a particular focus on the Asia Pacific from the merchant/retailer perspective.
Dr. Dwight is an award-winning lecturer currently teaching at RMIT at the School of Science, Engineering, and Technology in Vietnam. He has previously taught at City University of Seattle and Washington Technology University. Additionally, he has been a visiting lecturer at the Banking Academy of Vietnam and Shenzhen Polytechnic University. He obtained his PhD of Information Technology from the University of the Cumberlands, MBA from Louisiana State University, MS Information Systems Management from Seattle Pacific University. His research focuses on ecommerce, ecommerce fraud, cyber security, IT operations, and cyber education. Before academia, Dr. Dwight spent over a decade in professional technical business roles at Costco as a technical ecommerce program manager and Boeing as an engineering analyst.
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