Law Enforcement Cyber Center: “A Valuable Resource for Investigators”
This conference workshop presentation asks viewers to navigate the LECC website as the panelists explain the many valuable resources that can be utilized. The Law Enforcement Cyber Center (LECC) was developed to enhance the awareness, expand the education, and build the capacity of justice and public safety agencies to prevent, investigate, prosecute, and respond to cyber threats and cybercrimes. The LECC is a collaborative project between the IACP, NW3C, and PERF and is funded through the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Associate Vice President
National White Collar Crime Center
Mr. Lybarger is an Associate Vice President at the National White Collar Crime Center. In this capacity, he is responsible for managing the daily operations of the training section, grant management, and oversight of NW3C training personnel. Prior to this position, Mr. Lybarger supervised the High-Tech Crime Section within NW3C where he oversaw the development and delivery of digital forensics and cybercrime courses to law enforcement agencies nationwide. Mr. Lybarger also spent 12 years as a Training Instructor for NW3C teaching classes on Financial Crime Investigations and Intelligence Analysis. Before he joined the Training Division of NW3C, Mr. Lybarger worked as an Internet Crime Analyst reviewing and analyzing Internet crime related com-plaints and assisting law enforcement agencies with investigations. Mr. Lybarger holds a bachelor's and master's degree from West Virginia University
LTC (Ret.) Marines, US Vice President
National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C)
Ryan Daugirda joined the IACP in 2009 and currently serves as a Project Manager working on various initiatives such as the Law Enforcement Cyber Center (LECC), National Crime Statistics Exchange (NCS-X), Response to Transnational Elder Fraud, and the IACP Technology Conference. He also serves as staff liason to the Law Enforcement Information & Technology (LEIT) Section and has served on the AAMVA License Plate Standards and License Plate Reader Working Groups. Ryan holds a Master?s Degree in Homeland Security-Geospatial Intelligence and a Bachelor?s Degree in Crime, Law, & Justice from the Pennsylvania State University.