Darkweb & Crypto at the Door: Prevent Your Business and Life from Being Stolen
Grant Rabenn & Paul Hemesath, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of California
About this talk
In this presentation, federal prosecutors Grant Rabenn and Paul Hemesath will provide an overview of the darkweb, including how it works, what crimes are taking place on it, and how businesses and individuals can prevent themselves from becoming victims of darkweb criminals.
The darkweb has become prominent locale for all types of cybercriminals, including hackers, identify thieves, narcotics traffickers, and money launderers. Whether or not they know it, businesses and individuals face threats on a daily basis from these illicit actors. Knowledge is half the battle, and in this presentation, we will teach you what is currently happening on the darkweb, and what businesses and individuals can do to protect themselves.
We will also provide information on what to do if you have already been victimized. The last portion of the presentation will focus on financial institutions transacting in cryptocurrencies—the means of the exchange on the darkweb—and what those financial institution can do to detect and prevent money laundering.
Grant Rabenn, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of California
Paul Hemesath, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of California
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