This training is intended for U.S. Criminal Justice
Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued email.
Chat rooms, discussion forums,VoIP, instant
messaging, and social media platforms have been used to facilitate cyber-enabled
fraud, such as the sale of stolen data, skimming, and BEC scams. This webinar
introduces participants to cyber-enabled fraud, types of cyber-enabled fraud,
and the platforms used in the commission of these types of cybercrime.
Participants will gain practical knowledge of the ways perpetrators of
cyber-enabled fraud can be identified on these platforms, and the tools that can
be used to identify the individuals and groups that commit these cybercrimes,
the roles and associations of individuals within groups, and the tools and
tactics they use to commit various forms of cyber-enabled fraud.
Paul Kim, Adjunct Assistant Professor,
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Courtney Vasil, Intelligence Analyst II,
Brendan Lyle, Senior Intelligence Analyst, NCFTA
This webinar was created by John Jay College of Criminal
Justice and The National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance under Grant No.
15PBJA-21-GK-02798-ECON. By registering for this webinar, you agree that NW3C
may share your information with John Jay College of Criminal Justice and The
National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance for reporting purposes as
required by Grant No. 15PBJA-21-GK-02798-ECON.
NW3C does not share webinar attendees’ personally
identifiable information with any third party without opt-in consent given
The content, views, and opinions expressed in this
presentation are those of the individual presenters and do not represent
official policy, position, opinions, or views of NW3C.