Conducting investigations and remaining anonymous on the darknet
Those conducting illegal activity on the Darknet are often technologically savvy individuals who are on the lookout for officers
By Jinnie Chua, Assistant Editor of In Public Safety
Remaining safe on the Darknet is highly dependent on being able to protect your identity. This is especially true for members of the law enforcement community. Those conducting illegal activity on the Darknet are often technologically savvy individuals who are on the lookout for officers.
“If you act like a cop, they are going to figure out you’re a cop,” said Albert Schultz, a former CIA Analyst and Operations Officer.
Last month, Schultz gave a presentation entitled “Darknet for Law Enforcement” at the Intel and Law Enforcement Training Seminar (INLETS) in Annapolis, Maryland. His presentation focused on tradecraft for conducting investigations anonymously on the Darknet.