Thomas Vartanian, Executive Director, Financial Technology & Cybersercurity Center
This session will discuss the increasing risks to the US financial and economic infrastructure from advancing technologies, including artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and other non-biological intelligence as they increasingly find their way into the hands of malicious users and ransomware attackers. The session will also discuss the range of solutions being considered, including the creation of new Internets.
Patrick Hogan, Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Secret Service
As the organizer of the Chicago Electronic Crimes Task Force, Secret Service Agent Patrick Hogan hosts quarterly meetings to help prevent, detect, and investigate electronic crimes. He will describe the financially motivated criminals’ mindsets and their ever evolving schemes to profit from their illicit activities.
Jim Dever, Principal, Lockhaven Solutions
The US faces persistent and sophisticated malicious cyber campaigns that threaten the public sector, the private sector, and ultimately the American people’s privacy and security. This presentation examines how domestic and international law may be applied to the cyberspace domain to lesson, mitigate, and deter these ongoing harms.
Sanjeev Bhasker, U.S. Digital Currency Counsel, United States Department of Justice, Money Laundering & Asset Recovery Section, Digital Currency Initiative
The Department of Justice's (DOJ's) response to emerging national security threats involving cryptocurrency. Discussion of AML/CFT compliance and the DOJ’s role in establishing a Digital Currency Initiative (DCI) and National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team (NCET), as well as the role of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
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