Anti-Child Sexual Exploitation Consortium (ASEC)

We are equipping tech and social platforms to better identify risks related to child exploitation and child sexual abuse material (CSAM) with our specially curated datasets that can be used to detect potential child exploitation.


Utilizing an ongoing collection of “stop words” and phrases identified by our team of intelligence and child safety advisors, we employed a systematic approach to extract relevant risk-based intelligence. This involves conducting comprehensive OSINT utilizing a variety of investigative disciplines across various social platforms and targeted domains.



In conducting risk-based intelligence paired with meticulous search methodology, we are able to successfully identify and currate an ongoing collection of user profiles, account names and other identifiers that exhibited a correlation to potential child exploitation. This process not only underscores our commitment to trust and safety but also highlights our dedication to creating a secure online environment, particularly for vulnerable users such as children.

Become a Member of ASEC to Prevent Potential CSAM on Tech and Social Platforms

Member Expectations

Members play a key role in recommending other ASEC Members as well as ATII Advisory Council & Board candidates to help support and achieve the organization’s vision, priorities, and goals. Attendance is required at virtual meetings and at the ATII Annual Conference

Member Qualifications

Best practices and learning development/engagement

Provide valuable input to the ATII child exploitation curriculum/compliance program, eLearning course, risk indicators and risk assessments. Participation with other members, ATII and other child exploitation prevention companies in speaking opportunities, seminars/webinar, mock interviews and similar events.


Industry Expert

Author/co-author articles, recruit individuals to submit articles/blogs, and collaborate on publications within educational journals. Serves as a “third reader,” on ATII student intern theses or professional projects involving anti-child exploitation.


Member, Partner and “Experteer” Recruitment

Assisting in the recruitment of exceptional professionals to serve as prospective ASEC members, partners or ATII “Experteers” (volunteers with expertise in a subject matter) supporting CSAM initiatives.


Annual Conference

Participation as a speaker at the ATII’s annual conference (which will have a portion dedicated to trust and safety), or as a member of the ASEC’s Conference Program Committee.

An important role of the Members is to provide both financial and non-financial support. This can be accomplished either personally or through your organization.

As the Consortium is part of ATII, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization, financial support and gifts-in-kind are all considered tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Many organizations will also match donations to charitable organizations. These matches are often dollar for dollar, which doubles your charitable donation.

If your organization is looking for a way to give back and do something for the community while building its reputation as a giving institution around a very important charitable cause, please consider sponsoring the Anti-Child Sexual Exploitation Consortium (ASEC).

We graciously request you to align with us as one of our corporate sponsors and let everyone know your company is working to eradicate modern slavery and make the world a better place.

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