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Walt Manning - Techno-Crime Institute. Green Cove Springs, FL, US

Walt Manning

CEO | Techno-Crime Institute

Green Cove Springs, FL, UNITED STATES

CEO, Techno-Crime Institute



Walt Manning has 40 years of experience in criminal and civil investigations with specialized expertise in digital forensics, internet investigations, and e-discovery. Walt is an investigations futurist who researches how technology is transforming crime, and how governments, legal systems, and law enforcement will need to evolve to meet these new challenges.

Whether for a board of directors, senior management, or a professional group, you will experience Walt's presentations about techno-crimes as unique, possibly disturbing, but still hopeful for the future.

Industry Expertise (3)

IT Services/Consulting

Legal Services

Law Enforcement

Areas of Expertise (3)

Digital Forensics

Internet Fraud and Investigations

Investigations Marketing

Accomplishments (3)

Who's Who in Law Enforcement (professional)


Listed in "Who's Who in Law Enforcement"

Certified Fraud Examiner (professional)


Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

ACFE International Faculty Member (professional)


Association of Certified Fraud Examiners International Faculty

Education (1)

University of Dallas: Bachelor of Arts, Economics 1986

Affiliations (1)

  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Event Appearances (6)

Virtual Worlds, Virtual Currencies and Fraud

Hampton Roads Chapter ACFE Annual Fraud Conference  Newport News, VA


The Internet and the Globalization of Fraud: The New Investigative Challenges of Cloud Computing

Heartland Chapter ACFE Fraud Conference  Council Bluffs, IA


Cell Phone Forensics

Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Assn. Conference  Dallas, TX


Intellectual Property Theft in the Digital Age - Prevention and Investigation

ACFE Annual Fraud Conference  Boston, MA


Digital Forensices Tools & Techniques

ACFE Conference  Las Vegas, NV


Investigating By Computer

ACFE Conference  St. Louis, MO


Sample Talks (1)

The Internet and the Globalization of Fraud: The New Investigative Challenge of Cloud Computing

Internet technology continues to expand into new areas that could make things more difficult for investigators and auditors. With cloud computing, applications and/or data storage could be outsourced to different cloud computing vendors to reduce costs and avoid the purchase and maintenance costs of Information Technology infrastructure. These cloud service providers can be located anywhere in the world and many use virtual servers. Legal jurisdiction, privacy laws in the country where the cloud



  • Keynote
  • Workshop Leader
  • Corporate Training


5000 to 10000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee