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Agenda Information (updated 10/25/01)

2002 Economic Crime Summit Agenda

Monday, May 6 Tuesday, May 7 Wednesday, May 8
FBI Case Study Intl. Trends: The New Organized Crime Groups Managing Intl. Investigations: Multi-jurisdictional Recoveries
U.S. Secret Service Case Study Victim Services - ID Theft: Financial Violence Part I Fighting e-commerce Credit Fraud
Victim Services - Cyberstalking Victim Services - ID Theft: Financial Violence Part II Impact of Advances in Computer Technology in Evidence Processing
Future Iterations of e-fraud Health Care Fraud The Cyber Citizen Partnership: Educational Initiatives
General Session: The Impact of Economic Crime by Jay Perlman, Friedman, Billings, and Ramsey Group, Inc. General Session: IFCC Case Studies Insurance Crime
General Session: Hacker - Public, Private, & CERT reps Money Laundering Application Fraud Detection in the Finance Industry
Wireless: Security Issues & Solutions Digital Evidence & Testimony in E-fraud Trials A Successful State Model: Cybercrime Task Force
Can Technology Provide a Solution to Identity Theft On-line Investigation Exercise Check Conversion
Cyberthreat Assessment: Criminal Uses of Technology DELL Computers Internal Audit Study
Securities Fraud: Cyber Crime U.S. Postal Inspectors
  Victim Services - Cyberstalking
  Organized Crime in the Cyberage
  Privacy [Gramm Leach Bliley Act]

Important Notice -- this schedule is subject to changes and adjustment.

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