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Tips &

Value for

Not another boring
Powerpoint training
course but a highly
engaging training to
improve the awareness
level of your employees
towards technologybased external fraud risks.

With use of impactful reallife case studies and
optional simulations we
demonstrate behavioural
vulnerability in order to
show how easily it can go

We provide effective tips
and guidance to mitigate
the risk of external
technology-driven frauds.
Useful tips and guidance
to identify new types of
technology-based fraud
are provided.

The show enables you
to train groups up to
100 participants per
event making the
required investment per
employee very cost

The Fraud
Technology-based Fraud Awareness Training

Caroline Molenaar
T: +31(0)70 338 2138

Paul Hulshof
Senior Manager
T: +31(0)20 656 8610

Tjores Maes
T: +31(0)20 656 7032
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The Fraud Show
Technology-based fraud has increased exponentially due to our augmented reliance
on information technology. Social engineers are becoming more professional and
convincing as a result of which they are able to steal millions relatively easily, with
or without your (employees) help. Many organisations are aware of this emerging
and growing threat but aren't necessarily doing much about it. However, a solution is
at hand, based on real-life cases: Technology based Fraud Awareness Training.
A significant amount of time and money

Fraudsters have therefore come to

In the training course we explain the

has been invested in making systems

realize that targeting employees, who

risks of social engineering arising from

secure in order to mitigate the risk of

are involved in key processes within

personal exposure of your employees

fraud. However, the effective security of

organisations, can offer them great

on the internet and provide them with

any system is primarily influenced by


effective tips and guidance to manage

the human component, which is

these risks. This is all done based on

therefore considered to be the weakest

Too many organisations have

link. Fraudsters are aware of this and

unfortunately already experienced this

abuse it increasingly through social

type of technology-based fraud and

real-life examples.
This is not another boring PowerPoint

have come to realize adequate

training course but an interactive

engineering is the CEO fraud, where a

measures are required. We have

gameshow that will include everyone.

fraudster convincingly poses as the

assisted organisations in investigating

Consistent feedback from participants is

CEO of a certain organisation and

the incident itself and also educating

that this course is a real eye-opener,

their employees to prevent similar

controls to make large unlawful

situations from occuring again.



the fraud show

an attack

Fraud Awareness

The fraudshow is modelled around

A safe targeted social engineering attack

In an auditorium or theatre-sized room, a

various trending topics in the external

is performed on the client. The

game show format is set up, specifically

technology-based fraud domain. First of

organization will not be at risk at any

designed for this purpose. Music, video

all we brainstorm together with our

point. This attack will not focus on

and sound effects will be combined to

clients on the required content. We

technological flaws but on human

create a fast-paced interactive

include real-life case studies with respect

susceptibility to social engineering, such

environment. Participants will be grouped

to technology-based fraud, social


in teams to compete with each other

engineering and cybercrime. We

― How well do employees handle

combine our knowledge and experience,

engineering. A good example of social

overrides the organisations' internal


memorable and useful.


in order to reach a tailormade set of case
studies, red flags, rules of conduct and

crafty social engineering attempt?

results of the simulated social engineering

― How many employees connect our


fake USB stick to their work

customised show.

machines and what happens when

Participants from the audience will be

they do?

chosen at random to provide insights or

Typically the fraudshow will include:
― Disconcerting real-life cases and

― Do employees click on a link in a
sophisticated phishing email? What

share their opinion in support of the
contesting teams.

facts that participants will not easily

is the impact of clicking? Do they


report it when they do recognize it

The finale of the show will include

as a phishing email?

participation from the entire audience.

within the organization. Actual
statistics on exposure to social

this course is a real eye-opener…”

around the tailored content and the

best practices, which are then used in a

― Recent incidents that occurred

“This is not another boring PowerPoint training but an interactive gameshow…

through a set of challanging questions

USB sticks, phishing emails or a

― How do employees deal with calls

engineering attacks, fraud losses
and possible insufficient controls.
― Real-life corporate intelligence
gathering with respect to key

Resulting ultimately in one winner.

and requests from third parties?
To cover all required departments and
This simulation provides useful insights

employees at risk, we perform multiple

into the organisation's resilience with

customised shows. After each show, we

respect to potential threats.

evaluate the impact and level of

employees, which will increase

awareness together and discuss if any

awareness of the potential impact.

changes are required.

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