Led by the FBI Baltimore Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) this program is designed for those in banking & finance and international trade, risk management professionals, law enforcement investigators and analysts and InfraGard members.
This one day seminar focuses on international terrorist’s methods to acquire funds and products to further terrorist plots in the United States and abroad.
Subject Matter Experts from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Central Intelligence Agency, and Office of Export Enforcement anchor the agenda which includes continental breakfast and lunch.
The ISIL Threat and its Evolving Tactics
The Central Intelligence Agency
The presentation will address the rising threat from ISIL, focusing on how its tactics—and those of its growing number of supporters worldwide via the proliferation of social media—have evolved from those of al-Qa’ida and its affiliates. These changes are affecting how investigators and analysts can use indicators to identify those tactics, as well as the group’s attempts to acquire and stockpile material support via traditional means.
Nadeem Akhtar: A Case Study on Pakistan Nuclear Procurement Efforts and Money Laundering
The US Office of Export Enforcement
Nadeem Akhtar, running a small company based in suburban Maryland, conspired with others to violate U.S. export laws in order to support the procurement efforts of the Pakistan nuclear program. This presentation discusses the details of the joint FBI/OEE investigation, the procurement and money laundering methods used by Akhtar and the Pakistani government, and some of the lessons learned.
US-based Terrorism Case Studies and Financial Aspects
The Federal Bureau of Investigation
Details coming soon
This year’s seminar is in Annapolis, MD. Centrally located between Washington, DC, Baltimore, and Delaware, it is convenient to Rt. 50, Rt. 3, I-97, as well as Reagan National and Baltimore Washington International airports. Overnight accommodations are available at host venue.