Southwest Ohio ACFE Chapter
Speaker: Greg Dunlavey, Supervising Investigator New York County District Attorney’s Office
Topic: Cryptocurrency Crime for Non-Techies
This class is a tech-light overview of the cryptocurrency world. We’ll discuss how Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Decentralized Finance work, and how they open (and close!) avenues for fraud. We’ll include case studies of dark web drug markets, illicit mining, and NFT thefts. Finally, we’ll have a word or two about FTX and the ongoing crypto industry solvency crisis.
CPE: 2 CPE
CPE credits are based on a 50-minute hour. CPE is offered through the ACFE as well as the Accountancy Board of Ohio (sponsor number CPE.00467). Attendees must attend 100 minutes of the meeting and answer 6 polling questions during the meeting to validate attendance.
Learning Objectives: Promotion of improved fraud detection and deterrence and through expansion of knowledge in relation to the session's topic.
Speaker Bio: Greg Dunlavey is a Supervising Investigator for the New York County District Attorney. Assigned to the Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau, his squad investigates sim swaps, DeFI exploits, and NFT thefts, as well as identity theft, business email compromise schemes, and cyberstalking. He has been an Investigator for 12 years, previously serving in the Major Economic Crimes Bureau, and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. He formerly taught the Secret Service NCFI Digital Currency Course and is a certified instructor in firearms and defensive tactics. He graduated from Colgate University in 2007.
Active, full-time students majoring in criminal justice, law, or business degrees may attend meetings for free. Email email@example.com to register.
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