Stemming the Flow and Financial Impact of Cybercrime

  • When: May 3, 2017
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: All

Cybercriminals throughout the world earn billions per year, and their profits flow from the United States back to them through traditional financial channels. During this process, cybercriminals get their profits all while escaping apprehension from law enforcement and prosecution resulting in the perfect crime. During this thrilling and insightful webinar, we will take a deep dive into how financial institutions respond to situations where there has been the transmission of these funds and provide practical strategies to stem the flow of these criminal proceeds.

Learning Objectives

  • Analyzing recent cybercrime and identity theft schemes to adapt monitoring models for common typologies
  • Detailing various cybercrime payment methods, including digital currency, to understand the interaction with conventional financial institutions
  • Implementing effective defenses for mitigating risks to reduce the transmission of cybercrime proceeds

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Personnel
  • Technology Officers
  • Investigators/Law Enforcement
  • Industries
  • Technology Vendors
  • Banking
  • Law Enforcement


  • Global
  • Bank


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Moderator and Speaker

John Bandler
  • John Bandler, CAMS

  • Founder
  • Bandler Law Firm PLLC & Bandler Group LLC


John Bandler runs legal and consulting practices focused on helping corporations and individuals with cybersecurity and the prevention and investigation of cybercrime, money laundering, and other criminal activity. Prior to joining the private sector John served in government for twenty years as a prosecutor, police officer, and military officer. John was an Assistant District Attorney at the New York County District Attorney’s Office where he investigated and prosecuted global trafficking of stolen data and digital currency money laundering, among other offenses. Before that, he served as a State Trooper in the New York State Police for eight years, attended law school at night, and served as a commissioned officer in the Army Reserve. John writes, speaks, and teaches about cybercrime, cybersecurity, anti-money laundering, and law, and is the author of the book “Cybersecurity for the Home and Office” and a forthcoming book on Cybercrime Investigations. He holds many certifications including CAMS, and helped develop ACAMS certificate courses on cyber-enabled crime and virtual currency.


Ross Albert
  • Ross Albert

  • Assistant Vice President – Organizational Resilience
  • HUB International Limited

Lindsay Dastrup
  • Lindsay M. Dastrup, CAMS-Audit, CAMS-FCI

  • Vice President, Audit Leader
  • American Express