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For this assignment, we will focus on the various tools and techniques available to the security professional in order to mitigate white-collar crime. Select two of the white-collar crimes listed below.(a) Computer crimes(b) Credit card fraud(c) Embezzlement(d) Workman's Comp fraud(e) Environmental crime(f) Securities fraud(g) Healthcare fraudDiscuss (a) how these crimes are committed, (b) their impacts on organizations, and (c) the tools a security professional has available to reduce opportunities for such crimes to occur.Locate an example of one of your two white-collar crimes. Please make sure it is current, that is, within the past 2 years. Analyze the crime and how it was discovered, then discuss possible measures that could have deterred those found guilty.For this assignment, you are required to prepare a report of three to five pages (excluding title page and reference page) use APA format.Remember to include at least two authoritative references. They must be cited within the paper as well as listed on a reference page
White Collar Crime
Length: 10 pages (17500 Words)
This paper focuses on the various tools and techniques available to the security professional in order to mitigate white-collar crime. It discusses Computer Crime and Credit Card Fraud white-collar crimes. It discusses how these crimes are committed, their impacts on organizations, and the tools a security professional has available to reduce opportunities for such crimes to occur.
How Crimes are Committed
Computer crime has been the Criminal activity straightly associated to Utilization of computers, particularly illegal trespass within the computer system and database of other, manipulation and theft about stored and on line data along with sabotage of equipment as well as data.
Enhanced number of local and international criminals has been using Internet for the illegal reasons. Computers along with rest of the electronic devices may also be utilized for committing crimes (Cyber Crime, 2013) .