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“The emergence of a complex and multi-layered cybercrime economy has also begun to suggest a fundamental shift in the very nature of crime itself. In this context, overt acts of crime become less central features of the criminal ecosystem when compared to the services and platforms that feed off and support crime – which become increasingly low-investment, high-yield and low-risk operations.”

Dr. Michael McGuide, Into the Web of Profit

With cybercrime profits estimated at approximately $1.5 trillion annually and illicit online marketplaces generating $860 billion of that amount each year, understanding the Dark Web is now essential for law-enforcement, crime prevention, and intelligence professionals.

Given the anarchic structure of the Dark Web, following money trails and untangling criminal networks can be extremely challenging.  The use of high level anonymity tools and cryptocurrency within the internet’s underbelly can render criminals almost invisible or undetectable to police and security organizations.

A good understanding of Dark Web technologies and methodologies can provide investigators and intelligence professionals with unique opportunities to leverage complex criminal investigations, and harvest significant amounts of threat intelligence to their agency’s advantage.

This one-day, fully interactive webinar will a provide a solid overview of the Dark Web and will introduce attendees to the tools and techniques that are required to conduct effective investigations around the internet’s ‘hidden services.’

Learn About

  • How anonymity tools such as proxy servers, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), and Tor can be used to provide anonymity, anti-censorship, and anti-surveillance capability
  • The structure of the Dark Web and how it differs significantly from the ‘Clearnet’
  • The basics of cryptocurrency
  • Search techniques and tools for finding content on the Dark Web
  • Legal considerations for Dark Web investigators

Who Should Attend?

  • Investigators and Analysts
  • Researchers and Journalists
  • Law Enforcement and Government Officers
  • Public Safety and Security Professionals
  • Information Specialists
  • Petrochemical and Pharmaceutical Reps
  • Regulators and Compliance Professionals
  • Finance Professionals
  • Fraud and AML Examiners
  • Non-Profit Organizations

Course Terms & Conditions

  1. Three or more delegates from the same company are entitled to a 5% discount.
  2. Registrations are confirmed with written confirmation via email.  Should the delegate not receive an email, it is the delegate’s responsibility to contact TII to confirm their registration.
  3. Payment must be received in full in advance of the course.
  4. Cancellations received 30 days before the course date will receive a refund, less a $50 administration fee.  After this date, the full fee must be paid, but substitutions may be made at any time.
  5. TII reserves the right to cancel or change course dates, instructors, or conditions without prior notice.
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