Is the Dark Web actually anonymous?  

How can the police service leverage dark web data to support the investigation process and track organised crime activities?


Due to the sensitive nature of the content shared during this webinar, it is not available on-demand.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or would like to discuss what was shared in more detail, please reach out to Andy Davies at any point.

About the Expert

Valerio Mosca
Solution Architect/ System Engineer,
Government and Healthcare Solutions

A bright, curious and self-motivated data and risk management expert with several years of experience in analytics and software development. Has over 9-years of experience of extensive data analysis, data modelling, database management, as well as inspecting, cleaning and transforming various data sets using mainly but not only SAS software.

Strong business acumen and right technical pre-sales attitude. Passionate on design and development of complex analytics solution. Specializes on fraud and security intelligence for government.

 In his career successfully designed and implemented complex analytical solutions, in different countries (EMEA AP) and industries (banking, insurance, government) integrating expert model, artificial intelligence, social network analysis and anomalies detection with advanced data visualization techniques. Able to reveal and clearly communicate the "story” behind large sets of structured and semi-structured data at all level also to a non-technical audience.

Valerio holds a bachelor degree in Markets and Business Economics and is currently doing a Master of Science at the faculty of Engineering at UCL in London on Crime Science. Valerio is a boxing and motorbike passionate, loves travelling and has a strong interest on crypto currencies, trading and technology.

Andy Davies
Public Sector Client Manager

Prior to joining SAS, Andy worked as a police analyst for nearly 10 years and was involved in data migration, software adoption, data quality and business intelligence projects. Since leaving the police Andy helps customers across the public sector develop their use of analytics and intelligence using SAS.