31 May 2023Webinar
Webinar | Using Maltego for Combating Crime: Insights from Maltego’s NGO Partners
According to the US Department of state “trafficking in persons,” “human trafficking,” and “modern slavery” are umbrella terms – often used interchangeably – to refer to a crime whereby traffickers exploit and profit at the expense of adults or children by compelling them to perform labour or engage in commercial sex. When a person younger than 18 is used to perform a commercial sex act, it is a crime regardless of whether there is any force, fraud, or coercion involved.
This webinar aims to enrich the audience with an understanding of human trafficking and the complexities around these types of investigations. We will discuss some key terms, concepts and misinformation on the topic. Our panellists have a wide array of experience in various spheres of investigation ranging from the dark web, digital evidence, and cryptocurrency.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Lessons from active investigators.
- Best practices for investigators to incorporate.
- Technologies that benefit Human Trafficking investigations.
- Measures to protect investigators.
- Global investigations challenges.
- Principles on how to safeguard against human trafficking and what red flags to look for if you think someone is being trafficked.
About the Speakers
Larry Cameron has 20+ years of experience in the technology industry. He is the Chief Information Security Officer at the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative (ATII) and an OSINT Investigator for the National Child Protection Task Force (NCPTF). He is a certified Digital Evidence Investigator (DEI), Mobile Device Investigator (MDI), Triage Investigator (TINV), Certified Cryptocurrency Investigator (CCI), CipherTrace Certified Examiner (CTCE) and holds over 50 other Industry, IT & Security certifications. He manages technology in multiple disciplines and works with local, state, federal and international Law Enforcement on Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation investigations.
Kevin Metcalf is a former federal agent turned prosecutor and founder of the National Child Protection Task Force, which brings together recognized experts in fields such as strategic legal applications, OSINT, cellular mapping and analysis, dark web investigations, and cryptocurrency to aid law enforcement agencies everywhere. Kevin has assisted with the recovery of numerous missing and exploited children and the identification and apprehension of sexual predators in multiple states. His law enforcement experience ranges from local to federal over more than 20 years and his interest in the criminal use of mobile devices led him to undergo training provided by the National Computer Forensics Institute, the National White Collar Crime Center, and the FBI CAST (Cellular Analysis Survey Team) among others. Mr. Metcalf developed a system for working with cellphone-related data in criminal cases that developed into a mobile device foundational course that focuses on the integration of legally derived information with open source information (OSINT). Kevin has also published a series of instructional books currently available on Amazon.