SAS Fraud Framework

Title Level Training Formats
SAS Fraud Framework: Investigating Alerts Using Social Network Analysis
This course provides investigators with the knowledge and skills needed to use the Social Network Analysis interface, a component of SAS Fraud Framework. The course takes investigators through the process of accessing alerts associated with fraud and investigating alerts by analyzing the data related to the alerted entity. In addition, investigators learn how to explore relationships in the social network diagram and take action on alerts.

1 Beginner e-Learning
SAS Fraud Framework: Creating Alerts Using SAS Financial Crimes Monitor
This course provides administrators with the knowledge and skills needed to use SAS Financial Crimes Monitor 6.2M4, a component of SAS Fraud Framework. You learn how to use the Financial Crimes Monitor interface, and you learn about the tasks that must be completed before and after using the interface. This course does not address installing or configuring Financial Crimes Monitor.

1 Beginner e-Learning
SAS Visual Scenario Designer 6.3M1: Getting Started
This course provides an overview of SAS Visual Scenario Designer and teaches you to perform detection by way of data exploration or direct investigation. You learn how to visually identify events using windows and create scenarios for use in deployments.

The self-study e-learning includes:

  • Annotatable course notes in PDF format.
  • Virtual Lab time to practice.

1 Beginner Classroom e-Learning
SAS Fraud Framework: Using the Social Network Analysis Interface
This course provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to use the Investigator User Interface, a component of SAS Fraud Framework. The course covers identifying individuals associated with fraud, researching the data related to the individuals, and exploring the social network of individuals. This course requires customization; work with your Education Sales Representative for lead-time and pricing.

2 Fundamental Classroom
Using SAS Cybersecurity
This course provides an overview of SAS Cybersecurity and examines how you can use the solution to recognize and prioritize potential threats on your network.

2 Fundamental Classroom
SAS Compliance Solutions 7.1: Overview
This course provides you with an overview of SAS compliance solutions and teaches you to navigate the user interface. The course addresses investigating anti-money laundering behaviors.

The e-learning version of this course contains conceptual videos and demonstrations that provide a detailed overview and exercises that help you develop essential skills. There is also a Virtual Lab that enables you to practice what you learn in the course.

The 7.14 e-learning includes the following:

  • Conceptual videos and demonstrations.
  • Virtual Lab: 10 hours of hands-on software practice.

The 6.3 self-study version of this course contains structured course notes that provide a detailed overview and exercises and that help you develop essential skills. There is also a Virtual Lab that enables you to practice what you learn in the course.

The 6.3 e-learning includes the following:

  • Digital course notes for self-study.
  • Virtual Lab: 10 hours of hands-on software practice.

2 Fundamental Classroom e-Learning
SAS Fraud Framework: Using the SAS Financial Crimes Monitor Interface
This course provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to use SAS Financial Crimes Monitor 6.2, a component of SAS Fraud Framework. This course covers use of the Financial Crimes Monitor interface, as well as understanding the tasks that must be completed before and after using the interface. This course does not address installing or configuring Financial Crimes Monitor.

3 Intermediate Classroom
SAS Fraud Framework: Implementing the SAS Social Network Analysis Interface
This course provides the knowledge and skills needed to implement the investigator interface of SAS Social Network Analysis 6.2, a component of SAS Fraud Framework. The course addresses the use of eight stored processes for populating the interface, and provides an understanding of the tasks that must be completed before implementation. This course does not address installing SAS Social Network Analysis Server.

3 Intermediate Classroom Live Web Classroom e-Learning