Innovate, Integrate, Motivate: The Future of AML

If you and your peers are unable to travel to New York for the ACAMS 5th Annual AML Risk Management Conference, take advantage of the virtual broadcast streaming live on June 9th, 2017.

Participate from the office alongside your team and gain access to a multitude of educational opportunities providing you invaluable insights into tech innovations transforming AML – and practical strategies for using them.

For only $795 you have unlimited access to:

  • Video of the keynote address, general panel discussions and our Special Presentation
  • On-demand library with downloadable presentations and audio recordings
  • Submit questions to the presenters and chat with online participants
  • Plus, receive a certificate of participation and 6 CAMS credits

Group discounts are available:
Contact +1 305.373.0020 or for details

*Virtual registration option is for the conference only and does not include the pre- and post-conference training. Login passwords cannot be shared or used simultaneously with another user. The live video feed is not downloadable. Audio feed can be downloaded as an MP3. The virtual conference software is powered by Digitell and is compatible with desktop computers, iPad table computer and iPhone cellular device with wireless internet connection.

Special Presenter: Cyrus Vance
New York County District Attorney's Office, Manhattan District Attorney


Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., became Manhattan District Attorney in 2010, and rapidly established the Office as a national leader in the fight against cybercrime and identity theft. Recognizing that Manhattan is a hub for commerce involving customer identities and accounts, District Attorney Vance formed the Office’s Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau, a specialized unit which has successfully prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases involving cyber intrusions, identity theft, fraud, and insider larceny against New York residents and institutions
In 2016, District Attorney Vance opened the $10 million, 17,000-square foot Manhattan DA Cyber Lab—the first of its kind within a local prosecutor’s office in the U.S. The Lab houses more than 75 prosecutors, investigators, and analysts who work together on fast-paced, complex cyber investigations.
District Attorney Vance is a co-founder of the Global Cyber Alliance, a non-profit, cross-sector coalition focused on reducing digital vulnerability through the exchange of threat data and the development of open-source risk management solutions. To date, the Alliance has grown to include more than 140 global partners in 18 different countries.