Online child exploitation needs to stop.
The use of the internet, blockchain technology and virtual payments has evolved rapidly, putting some of our society's most vulnerable at risk.
As selling, exchanging, and producing child sexual abuse materials (CSAM) trends upwards, it is up to all of us to protect children from exploitation by criminals across the world.
Co-authored by Tiffany Polyak from ACAMS and Jonathan Dupont, this course will give you a better understanding of CSAM and the nexus of evolving technology that enables it. It’ll help you gain a comprehensive overview of cryptoassets and open-source intelligence techniques for enhanced investigations, and give you practical knowledge from case studies to stop online child exploitation.
Thank you to Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking (FAST Initiative) for supporting this initiative.
This course will help you:
- Understand CSEM and online child sexual exploitation (OCSE)
- Explore how new and emerging technologies can potentially increase OCSE and how open-source intelligence (OSINT) techniques can be used to enhance investigations
- Comprehend the basics of cryptoassets and their underlying technologies, and how they are often used for CSEM transactions
- Identify suspicious financial activity tied to CSEM commerce and the dark web marketplaces selling child abuse
- Implement guidance and forge partnerships to enhance investigations and better combat OCSE
Financial intelligence training to fight online child exploitation.
Who is this course for?
- Analysts who want to learn how to prevent online child sexual exploitation
- Professionals who work in traditional financial institutions and law enforcement
- Professionals who work in Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs)
- Financial intelligence analysts, AML analysts, criminal investigators, open-source intelligence analysts, BSA officers, compliance officers and financial crime analysts
- Online and self-paced
- Two hours of coursework
- 10-question final assessment
- Results available immediately