Identity crime is one of the most insidious developments of fraud, both as a stand alone activity and in its ability to facilitate other high level criminal activities such as drug trafficking, people smuggling, money laundering and terrorism. The first step in identifying the risk of identity crime to the Australian community is to quantify the extent of the problem. There exists a substantial inadequacy in measuring and understanding the scope, extent and fiscal cost of identity fraud within this country--Abstract.
|Qualification||Master of Arts|
|Award date||20 Jun 2007|
|Place of Publication||Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|