Bitcoin Forensics - Investigating Cryptocurrency Crimes

Bitcoin Forensics - Investigating Cryptocurrency Crimes

Bitcoin Forensics

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About this course

Bitcoin Forensics - Investigating Cryptocurrency Crimes is an upcoming course based on the book of the same name to be in print in 2018.  This course will be open to registration when the book is complete and will include follow-along exercises that are described in the book to uncover forensic artifacts and following cryptocurrency transactions on the Internet.  The course (and book) covers multiple types of cryptocurrency coins, including Bitcoin as they are used as a crime in and of itself and as facilitation of crimes.  Completion of the course allows you to print a certificate of training that you can also embed on your Linkedin.com page.

Early registration will open during the first quarter of 2018 with a substantial promotional offer that includes a copy of the book with registration of the course.

To keep up with the book and course release dates, be sure to check http://www.brettshavers.cc/index.php/brettsblog/categories/bitcoin-forensics and follow http://www.twitter.com/brett_shavers.

  • Introduction
    • You should maybe get started learning this sooner than later
    • Eventually, every case where money is involved will involve cryptocurrency
  • Chapter 1 - Money
    • Currency
    • Physical money
    • Virtual money
  • Chapter 2 - Money Laundering
    • Traditional methods (simple to complex) with physical money
    • High tech methods (simple to complex) with virtual money
  • Chapter 3 - The Blockchain
    • It is not just for Bitcoin
    • Blockchain is a big deal
  • Chapter 4 - Wallets, Exchanges, and Transactions
    • How to use cryptocurrency
    • How cryptocurrency changes everything in money laundering investigations
  • Chapter 5 - Anonymity and Cryptocurrency
    • You are not anonymous when using cryptocurrency
    • You are anonymous when using cryptocurrency
    • The Dark Web Markets and Cryptocurrency
  • Chapter 6 - Cryptocurrency Investigations
    • Device forensics (artifacts)
    • Forensic tools
    • Tracking transactions on the Blockchain
    • Seizing wallets
    • Identifying the owner of a cryptocurrency wallet
    • Legal issues
  • Chapter 7 - Case Studies
    • Money laundering related crimes
    • Terrorism
  • Chapter 8
    • Putting it all together
    • Tying suspects to wallets and devices
    • Tying suspects to cryptocurrency transactions
  • Summary
  • Appendix
    • Everything we can put together as resources for you!

About this course

Bitcoin Forensics - Investigating Cryptocurrency Crimes is an upcoming course based on the book of the same name to be in print in 2018.  This course will be open to registration when the book is complete and will include follow-along exercises that are described in the book to uncover forensic artifacts and following cryptocurrency transactions on the Internet.  The course (and book) covers multiple types of cryptocurrency coins, including Bitcoin as they are used as a crime in and of itself and as facilitation of crimes.  Completion of the course allows you to print a certificate of training that you can also embed on your Linkedin.com page.

Early registration will open during the first quarter of 2018 with a substantial promotional offer that includes a copy of the book with registration of the course.

To keep up with the book and course release dates, be sure to check http://www.brettshavers.cc/index.php/brettsblog/categories/bitcoin-forensics and follow http://www.twitter.com/brett_shavers.

  • Introduction
    • You should maybe get started learning this sooner than later
    • Eventually, every case where money is involved will involve cryptocurrency
  • Chapter 1 - Money
    • Currency
    • Physical money
    • Virtual money
  • Chapter 2 - Money Laundering
    • Traditional methods (simple to complex) with physical money
    • High tech methods (simple to complex) with virtual money
  • Chapter 3 - The Blockchain
    • It is not just for Bitcoin
    • Blockchain is a big deal
  • Chapter 4 - Wallets, Exchanges, and Transactions
    • How to use cryptocurrency
    • How cryptocurrency changes everything in money laundering investigations
  • Chapter 5 - Anonymity and Cryptocurrency
    • You are not anonymous when using cryptocurrency
    • You are anonymous when using cryptocurrency
    • The Dark Web Markets and Cryptocurrency
  • Chapter 6 - Cryptocurrency Investigations
    • Device forensics (artifacts)
    • Forensic tools
    • Tracking transactions on the Blockchain
    • Seizing wallets
    • Identifying the owner of a cryptocurrency wallet
    • Legal issues
  • Chapter 7 - Case Studies
    • Money laundering related crimes
    • Terrorism
  • Chapter 8
    • Putting it all together
    • Tying suspects to wallets and devices
    • Tying suspects to cryptocurrency transactions
  • Summary
  • Appendix
    • Everything we can put together as resources for you!