Michael Lazarou asks good questions about training. The problem is that nobody is able and willing to give the necessary answers.
Fraudsters adopt new identities so they can repeat their scam, but some dodgy RAFM conferences do not bother to change names.
Two years ago I challenged Commsrisk Editor Eric Priezkalns to answer my questions about RAFM training. Those questions have not yet been answered.
The Risk & Assurance Group have a new video channel and are using it to share short videos with key messages.
Which technical skills do RAFM practitioners most need? Should we focus on understanding IT systems or the data processed by them?
Continuing the series on the RAFM issues brings us to the widespread desire to turn RAFM practitioners into professionals, and the obstacles lying in the way.
The second in a series to define and rank some key RAFM issues covers the seemingly intractable problem of training.
Good work is being done on small islands in the Pacific ocean. Let us encourage greater collaboration between RAFM practitioners everywhere.
This well-designed course opens with a refresher in statistics.
This talk for the PITA Fraud Forum draws on web stats for Commsrisk, social media data and polling by RAG.