Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative Announces the Opening Day of the Follow Money Fight Slavery 2023 Summit

Wilmington, NC. – April 24, 2023 – The Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative  is once again hosting its virtual (and free) Follow Money Fight Slavery 2023 Summit – powered by the siberX virtual platform – starting on April 25th! The event will welcome over 2,000 registrants from 73 countries with a three-day-long calendar of events, focused on anti-human trafficking. The agenda consists of a 2-day main Summit and a half day Trust & Safety Symposium. BSA Officers, Financial Crime Investigators, Compliance & AML, Regulators, Law Enforcement, Cyber Security Professionals, Cryptocurrency Industry Leaders, Teachers, Students, Parents & more are invited to come together to hear about modern slavery and human trafficking issues as it relates to reducing regulatory risk by following the money to fight slavery. The event registrants are representatives of the financial and crypto industries, law enforcement, government agencies, nonprofits, educational institutions, as well as university students. Over 3 days, 47 speakers, ranging from CEOs, Founders, and Directors in the blockchain, crypto, banking, law, consulting, data, compliance, and analytics space will deliver 13 talks, including panel discussions, Q&As, and a keynote by special guest Timea Nagy from Timea’s Cause.

“Our goal for the Summit, is to bring ideas that bring us to the edge of our comfort zones and push us to think about things in a different way,” said Aaron Kahler, Founder and CEO of Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative. “It is such a pleasure to work with the many companies, organizations and entities who make the event possible.” Fiscal and in-kind event sponsors include Siren, Vital4, Skopenow, Protiviti, RedCompass, the University of New Haven, and SiberX.

Trust & Safety Symposium – April 25

Predicating the Summit, a half-day event will be hosted by Matt Richardson, ATII’s Director of Intelligence and Investigations, to focus on online/offline safety for children and teens to safeguard them from human trafficking and exploitation. The Trust & Safety Symposium attendees will hear from 3 of our nation’s leading child-safety experts: Aaron Berrier, Special Agent at Homeland Security Investigations will start off the event will give some much-anticipated pro tips about safeguarding families online. Melissa Snow, Executive Director at National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will talk about new and emerging trends in child sex trafficking. To cap the event off, Matt Richardson will have a fireside chat with Melissa Snow and will take audience questions.

Follow Money Fight Slavery Summit – April 26-27

Companies that have anti-human trafficking initiatives in place partnered with ATII to offer speakers from their organizations to discuss industry trends and new tools for reporting, detecting and collecting metrics internally and in supply chains around human trafficking. Each session is packed full of insights and take-aways, such as how human trafficking fits into ESG practices, how companies can take some of the burden off from a company’s intent to combat human trafficking, how to monitor data to gain insights to detect cyber threats, and how to navigate regulations and risk in the cryptocurrency industry.

Sessions you won’t want to miss:

  • Financial Grooming
  • Darkweb Intelligence
  • AML’s Regulatory View
  • Efforts by Crypto Exchanges
  • Tech for Good
  • Blockchain Forensics Collaboration
  • Bank Led Efforts
  • Recovery Operations
  • Financial Typologies

Registration is still open at the link here:

About ATII

Based in the United States, ATII, a not-for-profit organization, established in 2019, operates globally to combat modern slavery by leveraging corporate social responsibilities directly through anti-human trafficking program development, facilitating awareness, targeted data collection, technology integration, and sourcing actionable intelligence. They aim to disrupt the market of human trafficking, child exploitation and child sexual abuse material (CSAM) through the advancement of preventions, detection, investigation and reporting mechanisms.  ATII is committed to raising awareness and developing strategic partnerships with intelligence, technology, and data leaders. Learn more at