Re-inventing the wheel?
Why should this require some sort of 'project'?
Bank uncovers details of 'e-crime'
Bank calls Inspector Knacker.
Inspector Knacker investigates crime, catches criminal(s).
<sorry, wandering into fantasy land on that last point>
Courts convict criminals and punish them to the fullest extent of the law.
<oh dear, done it again>
Or don't banks bother to report 'e-crime' at present, because it's somehow more acceptable than a couple of blokes going into a bank branch, brandishing a sawn-off and scarpering with a substantial quantity of cash.
Or is it that THAT scenario takes cash DIRECTLY from the bank itself (and its shareholders, of course), whilst 'e-crime' targets their CUSTOMERS individually, and has little direct impact on the bank. Nah, surely not.
I'd suggest that the banks should perhaps remember this;
No customers = No profits = NO BANK!
But as the G.B.P. are generally a lazy mob when it comes to taking any sort of direct action, like taking all their business elsewhere, then the banks will continue to treat their customers as cash cows.