Date Venue Fee
26 Aug - 30 Aug 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
04 Nov - 08 Nov 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
25 Aug - 29 Aug 2025 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
About the Course

This 5-day intensive Battling Financial Crime in the Metaverse training course explores the complex and rapidly evolving world of financial crime in the metaverse. Designed for professionals and enthusiasts alike, it provides a comprehensive understanding of the current trends, challenges, and future directions in combating financial crime within virtual environments. Delegates will start with an in-depth introduction to the metaverse, exploring why it has become a hotspot for financial crime. They will gain insight into the key stakeholders involved, the legal frameworks in place, and the technological advancements driving the crimes and their prevention.

The training program then navigates through specific types of financial crimes, including identity theft and fraud. Delegates will learn about virtual identity theft methods, phishing, social engineering tactics, and the legal implications of these crimes. This sets the stage for understanding how to protect oneself and others in this burgeoning digital landscape. The focus shifts to money laundering facilitated by virtual currencies. It covers various laundering techniques, the role of cryptocurrencies, and the regulatory responses needed to curb these activities.

Cyber attacks and hacking form another critical area of study. Delegates will explore common attack methods, the targeting of virtual wallets, and the importance of blockchain security. Furthermore, it concludes with a forward-looking perspective on innovations and future directions, including emerging trends, predictive measures, and the role of AI and machine learning in fraud detection and prevention.

Delegates will be well-equipped with the knowledge and strategies to navigate and combat financial crime in the metaverse, ensuring a safer digital future for all.

Core Objectives

By the end of the training course, delegates will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamental concepts and structure of the metaverse and its appeal as a target for financial crime
  • Identify and analyse various methods of identity theft and fraud within virtual environments
  • Examine techniques used for money laundering in the metaverse and the role of virtual currencies
  • Assess the common types of cyber attacks and hacking strategies targeting virtual assets and transactions
  • Explore existing legal frameworks, regulatory responses, and the challenges in addressing financial crime in the metaverse
  • Evaluate technological advancements, including blockchain security and AI, in preventing and detecting financial crime
  • Develop practical strategies and best practices for protecting against and mitigating the impact of financial crime in virtual worlds
Training Approach

This training course will employ a mix of interactive lectures and hands-on workshops, allowing delegates to engage deeply with the material and apply their knowledge in practical scenarios. Case studies and real-world examples will be analysed to illustrate key concepts and techniques. Additionally, collaborative group activities and discussions will foster a dynamic learning environment where delegates can share insights and strategies.

The Attendees

This training course is designed for a diverse audience of professionals keen to understand and combat financial crime in the metaverse. It is particularly beneficial for those working in fields related to finance, cybersecurity, and regulatory compliance. It will provide valuable insights and practical skills for anyone looking to navigate the complexities of virtual environments safely and effectively.

Likewise, it will be valuable to the professionals but not limited to the following:

  • Financial Analysts and Auditors
  • Cybersecurity Specialists
  • Legal and Compliance Officers
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Experts
  • Law Enforcement Officers focused on Cybercrime
  • IT Professionals and Developers
  • Risk Management Consultants
Daily Discussion


  • Definition and Overview of the Metaverse
  • Why the Metaverse is a Target for Financial Crime
  • Current Trends and Statistics
  • Key Stakeholders (Users, Developers, Law Enforcement)
  • Legal Frameworks and Challenges
  • The Role of Technology in Preventing Financial Crime
  • Ethical Considerations


  • Virtual Identity Theft Methods
  • Phishing and Social Engineering in the Metaverse
  • The Impact on Users' Real and Virtual Lives
  • Counterfeit Digital Assets and NFTs
  • Legal and Ethical Implications
  • Prevention and Protection Measures
  • Tools for Identifying Fraudulent Activities


  • How Virtual Currencies Facilitate Money Laundering
  • Techniques Used for Laundering Money in the Metaverse
  • The Role of Cryptocurrencies
  • Regulatory Responses and Gaps
  • The Impact on the Global Financial System
  • Technological Solutions and Best Practices
  • Future Trends in Money Laundering Prevention


  • Common Types of Cyber Attacks in the Metaverse
  • Targeting Virtual Wallets and Financial Transactions
  • Hacking of Virtual Properties and Assets
  • The Role of Blockchain Security
  • Legal Recourse for Victims
  • Prevention Strategies and Technologies
  • The Importance of Cybersecurity Education


  • Emerging Trends in Financial Crime in the Metaverse
  • Predicting Future Threats and Vulnerabilities
  • The Evolution of Regulatory Frameworks
  • Innovations in Fraud Detection and Prevention
  • The Role of AI and Machine Learning
  • Collaborations between Industry and Law Enforcement
  • Preparing Users for Safe Navigation of the Metaverse