Shadow Trade: Detecting Suspicious Financial Activity on the Darknet
The surface web, or what is readily visible to all internet users, shows around 10% of what is on the internet. The rest is part of the deep web, including the darknet. Some activity on the dark web is illegal, including buying and selling drugs, arms and child sexual abuse material (CSAM). Criminals need to enhance their anonymity online, including how they move their money. Therefore, this webinar will explain the darknet, dark web marketplaces and how to identify suspicious activity potentially tied to dark web commerce.
Exploring the threat landscape of the dark web, including common products of illicit trade and counterfeiting
Understanding typical illicit trade methodologies and common ways criminals move funds anonymously
Identifying suspicious transactions in traditional financial institutions and virtual asset service providers (VASPs) and introducing risk mitigation protocols
Law Enforcement/Government Investigation Skills
Predicate Crimes and Typologies
Investigations and Suspicious Activity