The Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) combines technical expertise, legal insight, and effective advocacy in pursuit of justice. CCIPS pursues three overarching goals: to deter and disrupt computer and intellectual property crime, to guide the proper collection of electronic evidence by investigators and prosecutors, and to provide technical and legal advice and assistance to agents and prosecutors in the U.S. and around the world.Learn more about this agency
Section attorneys are responsible for independently investigating, prosecuting, and trying computer crime and intellectual property matters. Attorneys in the section:
- Investigate and prosecute cases involving intellectual property violations and attacks on computers and computer networks;
- Advise prosecutors and law enforcement agents about technology issues;
- Train investigators and other prosecutors and speak to a variety of domestic and foreign audiences;
- Propose, write, and advise on legislation and policy relating to computer and intellectual property crimes and to the collection of electronic evidence;
- Engage in and support litigation relating to the collection of electronic evidence;
- Lead international efforts to promote effective cooperation to address the threats of computer and intellectual property crime; and
- Draft policies and monographs addressing significant issues relating to these responsibilities.
25% or less - Travel for litigation, training, and outreach is required. Litigation travel may be occasionally extensive.
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