What you’ll learn
The basics of cryptocurrency, what it is and how it works
How Dark Web marketplaces and cryptocurrencies work together
Understand blockchain technology and how to spot illicit activity
How crypto can be used in legitimate and illicit activities
Real-world investigation tactics and tools to analyze crypto crimes
Earn the credentials of a Certified Cryptocurrency Investigator
Designed by Investigators for Investigators
Chief Operating Officer
Robert served in law enforcement for 23 years, including as a Supervisory Special Agent with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), where he oversaw the program responsible for cryptocurrency investigations, training, equipment, analytical support, and investigative methodologies needed by HSI special agents worldwide. Robert is a Certified Bitcoin Professional.
CFE, CAMS, CCI, CBP, ITIL
Teresa has over 25 years experience focused on fraud, money laundering and terrorist financing investigations, including for the FDIC after the financial crisis of 2008, and for Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of America and others. As Project Manager at Bank of America, she worked to develop a proprietary Know Your Customer (KYC) suite of applications. Teresa is ITIL 3 Certified, a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and a Certified Bitcoin Professional.
Will there be a test for each module? Or a final test at the end of all the modules?
Both. There are multiple lessons in each module, and at the end of each lesson there is a short quiz. Then, at the end of each module there is a test. Finally, at the end of all the modules there is a final test, which is the test you need to pass to earn the credential of Certified Cryptocurrency Investigator.
Does taking the Cryptocurrency Investigator Certification Course or earning the credential of Certified Cryptocurrency Investigator require above average knowledge of computer programming or technicalities?
Not at all. The only technical abilities needed are being able to view and click on webpages.
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-Firefox 58 or higher
-Internet Explorer 11 or higher
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