Complimentary for ACFCS members, non-members $25
Presented by Roy Zur, CEO, Cybint
Below the surface of the online universe we interact with on a daily basis is the “dark net,” a hidden sub-section that can’t be located through conventional browsing and only accessible through certain software tools.
This anonymity and covert nature of the dark net make it attractive to a wide range of illicit actors, whose utilize it as a platform for commerce, communications and financial transactions. This webinar open the doors to the darker side of the web, and explores the criminal actors who dwell there – from cybercriminals and counterfeiters hawking their wares, to terrorist financiers soliciting funds, and more.
Attendees will learn:
· How the dark net works and how it’s accessed
· Why the dark net is attractive to financial and other criminals, and how they utilize it
· How to conduct investigations involving the dark net, and what information can be gleaned
· How funds move through the dark net, and how those transfers can intersect with the formal financial system
About the Presenter:
Roy Zur, CEO, Cybint
Adv. Roy Zur is a cyber and intelligence expert, the CEO of Cybint, an Israeli cyber company. Roy has over 10 years of experience in cyber and intelligence operations from the Israeli security forces (Retired Major), and since 2014 he has developed cyber training programs and technology for financial institutes, law firms and government authorities. Prior to his current position, Roy has received his LLM and MBA from Tel-Aviv University and served as a legal adviser in the Israeli Supreme court. In addition, Roy is the chairman of the Israeli Legislation research center (OMEK Institute), which includes 150 researchers, who work with the Israeli parliament (the Knesset).
This session provides one CFCS credit.