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FRAUD21 Session T113: The Dark Side — How Fraudsters Use the Dark Web Against the Government

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Application (SKA)
50 minutes (1 CPE)

The expansion of IT and the deep and dark web led to various new criminal behaviors. This session will examine ways to combat severe fraud and fraud enabled by the dark web, including a strong cybersecurity posture, risk-appropriate defense programs, threat hunting, incident response and digital forensics.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  • Examine ways fraudsters use the dark web.
  • Discuss different types of common cyber fraud schemes.
  • Understand the way agencies prioritize cybersecurity investments.
  • Know how cyber threats are identified, understood and shared.


  • Ed Cadena, Special Agent, FBI
  • Rex Booth, Senior Advisor, CISA
  • Tom Richards, Dark Web Expert, GroupSense
  • Linda Miller, Principal, Grant Thornton LLP

Self-Learning Recording Policy Notice

Publication Date: November 30, 2021

If AGA considers the material for this course developmental and subject to frequent changes, the material provided will be reviewed by the program moderator at the annual anniversary date of its published date above and at that time, either amended or add additional information about changes or the course will be deleted from the offering for CPE.