Emerging Trends in Crypto-Enabled Crime, Regulation and Enforcement
Special Feature: Live Crypto Tracing Demo!
With crypto currency threatening the landscape of crime investigations and sanctions, you won’t want to miss the South Florida Compliance Association’s half-day in person seminar hosted jointly with ERMProtect, a worldwide leader in cybersecurity solutions and forensics.
- Latest Trends in Crypto-Enabled Crime
- Regulatory Obligations for Businesses including President Biden’s executive order issued on March 9, 2022
- Following the Crypto Money Trail
- Compliance considerations when hit with ransomware
- LIVE DEMO: Tracing Illicit Transactions through the Blockchain
Who Should Attend:
A must for compliance officers, information security officers, Legal staff, Bank Secrecy Act officers, and internal auditors. This seminar has been approved by the ABA Professional Certifications for 3.5 CRCM CE credit hours. The training will appear as: South Florida Compliance Association I Emerging Trends in Crypto-Enabled Crime Regulation and Enforcement
Shardul Desai, Partner at Holland & Knight, Washington D.C.
Mr. Desai is a cybersecurity, data privacy, and white-collar defense and government investigations attorney. Mr. Desai has extensive experience in handling cyber intrusions and data breaches, trade secret thefts, emerging technology matters and complex white-collar investigations. Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Desai was a federal prosecutor in the Cyber and National Security Section and the Economic Crimes Section at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Pennsylvania. He led groundbreaking cybercrime investigations and used emerging technologies, including facial recognition and cryptocurrency blockchain analysis, to advance prosecutions.
Collin Connors, Security Consultant, ERMProtect Cybersecurity Solutions
Collin Connors leads Cryptocurrency Investigations at ERMProtect Cybersecurity Solutions in Coral Gables, Florida. He traces malicious cryptocurrency transactions and links them to real-world entities, using Chainalysis, the same tool used by DOJ in its efforts to combat global crime. He has traced and analyzed cryptocurrency transactions for law enforcement, lawyers, financial institutions and NBC News. A PhD candidate, he is conducting research at the University of Miami related to novel methods to identify bad actors on the blockchain, as well as the use of AI to detect malware. He has a bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from UM. He holds multiple certifications related to tracing crypto fraud.