Victorian Society for Computers & the Law  

Investigating Cyber Crime from an FBI Perspective

  • 05 Jun 2012
  • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Freehills, Lvl 42, 101 Collins St Melbourne


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Presented by Mr William Blevins - FBI Assistant Legal Attaché (ALAT) 

This presentation will look at the following topics:

The FBI Legal Attaché Program (history and current status)
The FBI Definition of Cyber Crime
The FBI in the 21st Century (current technology initiatives)
Online Child Exploitation
Internet Fraud / Identity Theft
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) violations
Malicious Computer Code
Wireless Technology
International Initiatives

Short Bio:

ALAT Blevins entered on duty as a Special Agent (SA) of the FBI in 1991.  From 1991 to 1998, he was assigned to the FBI San Diego, California Division, where he worked Violent Crime, White
Collar Crime, Counterintelligence, and Cyber investigations.  There, he initiated the first Cyber Investigations Squad in 1996.
ALAT Blevins was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) in the
National Infrastructure Protection Center at FBIHQ in Washington, DC in 2001(which evolved into the FBIHQ Cyber Division in 2002), with responsibility for Cyber investigative training and curriculum
development.  As a Cyber Instructor and Subject Matter Expert, he
developed curriculum and provided Cyber investigative training to over 3,500 investigators and analysts, domestically and abroad, including instruction at the International Law Enforcement Academies in Hungary and Thailand.
He is currently the Assistant Legal Attaché at the US Embassy Canberra, and has responsibility for the Cyber Investigative Portfolio in Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific.

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