星空无限传媒app 2024 National Security Symposium

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

星空无限传媒app School of Business

Also via Zoom

Registration Required - Free
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Topic: Cryptocurrency Fraud: Preventive & Investigative Strategies

The 星空无限传媒app Department of Professional Security Studies will host the 12th Northeast Regional Security Education Symposium on Thursday, July 11, 2024 at 星空无限传媒app鈥檚 School of Business in 星空无限传媒app City, N.J.

This annual symposium brings together leading experts, faculty members, alumni, and students in a discussion on current security issues. It also features a poster session of research being pursued by doctoral candidates for 星空无限传媒app鈥檚 D.Sc. degree in Civil Security Leadership, Management and Policy. The event also provides significant networking opportunities for participants.

The theme for this year is Cryptocurrency Fraud: Preventive & Investigative Strategies. Participation is free but requires prior registration. While virtual attendance is available for all registered participants, spots for in-person attendance are limited (first 50 registered participants only). Parking is available on site for $5.

Event Host: Dr. Juste Codjo, Department of Professional Security Studies
Panel Moderator: Dr. Michael Wiltsey, Department of Professional Security Studies


  • Jonathan Misskerg, CFE, CAMS, CECFE, Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Financial Crimes Unit
  • ASAC Hazel Cerra, Unites States Secret Service
  • Det. Chiumento, Cinnaminson Police Department, Burlington County, NJ
  • Det. Deiss, Cinnaminson Police Department, Burlington County, NJ


9:00-9:15 a.m.: Event Introduction

9:15-11 a.m.: Presentations on Cryptocurrency Fraud

  • Investigation Through Digital Forensics & Prevention Strategies
  • Pig Butchering Scams and USSS Resources/Programs
  • Law Enforcement & Investigative Strategies

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.: Research Presentations by Doctoral Candidates

Scheduled Dates