Keven Hendricks began his career as a police officer in 2007 as a patrolman with a municipal police department. In 2014, Hendricks was assigned to a federal task force – Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC). In his capacity as a Task Force Officer, Hendricks was part of international cases which targeted individuals, sometimes enterprises, that exploited and extorted children and their families. As part of his duties, Hendricks received cutting-edge training in computer and mobile device forensics as well as training at the forefront of “dark web” investigations. In 2018, Hendricks was reassigned to another federal task force in New Jersey to bring his “dark web” and cyber-crime knowledge to combat the rising threat of narcotics procured from “darknet markets”. In 2020, Hendricks was a presenter at Joint Criminal Opioid Darknet Enforcement (J-CODE) conference and is currently a member of the USSS NYNJ Cyber Fraud Task Force (CFTF). Hendricks is a recognized subject matter expert in dark web investigations by the Department of Defense, and is a published author with the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, American Police Beat, Blue Magazine, and GRC Outlook. In 2021, Hendricks founded The Ubivis Project – StopDarkwebDrugs.com as a medium for both law enforcement and civilians to report dark web vendors and overdoses. He has numerous certifications in his working CV, specifically 3CE, 3CI, CCI, CDAP, and is a member of the Global Digital Asset Cryptocurrency Alliance. He is a sought after speaker in the field of cybercrime and has been featured at various conferences such as Techno Security, OSMOSISCon, HackCon, Digital Assets Compliance, etc.