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The Cryptocurrency for Law Enforcement course is now LIVE on FedVTE!

The Cryptocurrency for Law Enforcement course is now LIVE on FedVTE!

Please log into your FedVTE account and check out our newest course here: https://fedvte.usalearning.gov/

This course covers the history, risks and legality of cryptocurrency as well as discusses what cryptocurrency items can be seized by law enforcement.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define cryptocurrency and compare it to traditional currency
  • Describe the history of cryptocurrency
  • State the elements of a cryptocurrency transaction and their roles
  • Describe safety measures taken to protect cryptocurrency
  • Identify items that serve as wallets for cryptocurrency and could be seized by law enforcement
  • Evaluate apps and websites that could be linked to cryptocurrency
  • Compare degrees of anonymity of various cryptocurrencies
  • Compare legal and illegal uses of cryptocurrency
  • Evaluate the legality of different cryptocurrency scenarios
  • Identify notable cases of illegal uses of cryptocurrency found in recent headlines

Training Purpose: Investigate

Specialty Areas: Cyber Investigation, Digital Forensics

Training Proficiency Area: Level 1 - Basic

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