Bitcoin and Darknet Learning Event McCann Cyber Investigations is an industry leader in digital forensics and technologically advanced investigations. McCann experts in cryptocurrency (e.g. bitcoin), fraud, and financial forensics present continuing education on Bitcoin, the Darknet, and other cyber-centric topics. Contact: Dorothy Filippov, CFE, MAFF Email: email@example.com Phone: (346) 400-6554 Continuing Education: McCann Cyber Investigations is pleased to announce, as part of its continuing education series, a one and a half hour learning event on The Darknet and Bitcoin. The presentation includes a brief history of the Darknet and Bitcoin, as well as an overview of their uses and an expert analysis of notable cases including the Silk Road seizure, the WannaCry ransomware attack, and cryptocurrency fraud schemes. This widely acclaimed presentation has been presented in the U.S. and internationally to audiences of law firms and general counsel, state private investigation groups, executive and entrepreneurial groups such as EO, and regional law enforcement groups. The Presenters: Dorothy Filippov is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF), and a Licensed Private Investigator (PI) with experience in litigation engagements and financial modeling. She brings her data analytics and programming background to the analysis and synthesis of complex financial topics including cryptocurrency, fraud, including embezzlement and concealed assets, and financial forensic investigations. Daniel Weiss is the founding Texas partner of McCann Investigations, LLC, a Texas Corporation. Mr. Weiss has been interviewed as a subject matter expert on security by multiple news organizations including ABC, NBC, CBS, Security Director News, Security Distribution and Marketing Magazine, and Security System News. In addition, Mr. Weiss has been featured in the Houston Chronicle and Houston Business Journal. Mr. Weiss has extensive experience as a security professional in the areas of private investigation, computer forensics, and the Darknet.