Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D. | CPA Keynote Presentation

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Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D.

CPA Keynote Presentation Announcement 

Dark Side of Cyberspace: iPredator

November 3, 2016

Colorado University Anschutz Medical Campus

Hensel-Phelps Auditorium


Click Here to Register: Registration

Thank you to the Colorado Psychological Association (CPA) for inviting me to present iPredator and related constructs. Words cannot express my appreciation. I am honored that CPA views my work to be fitting enough for a keynote presentation, followed by a full day of training. Their invitation is the first step in our mission to introduce internet safety and online assailant awareness to the nation. Thank you CPA for affording me this opportunity.

I would also like to thank my friends, associates and colleagues for supporting my work within the realm of social media profiling, online assailant identification and Information Age psychodynamics. Without their help and guidance, the vision of bringing our work to America would remain a distant fantasy. It is now safe to say that my dream has now become a humble reality.

A special thanks is given to our internet safety volunteer community known as CAIN (Cyber Attack Investigation Network). CAIN and our volunteer work has schooled me on the ways online assailants use social media to their benefit. The content we have witnessed, monitored and report is at times beyond sadistic.


In addition to my keynote presentation introducing iPredator, CPA has carved out a full day of training. Combined with the keynote and having a full day with break-out sessions and typology specific discussions, I will be discussing the following topics:

  • iPredator, iPredator Typologies and Dark Psychology
  • Troll Triad, Predatory Trolls and Internet Defamation
  • Phantasist, ODDOR, Online Psychopaths & Internet Addiction
  • Online Victimization Dynamics & InfoAge Psychopathology
  • Cyberspace is an Extension of Human Consciousness
  • Role of Information Age Psychologists, Law Enforcement & Educators
  • Psychodynamics of the Information Age Child & Cyberbullying

As part of my introduction to these areas, I will be providing real-world case studies of both stories of online users who I have helped and my own present and past history of being cyber attacked. Also included will be cases from our CAIN volunteer communities.

Interested parties can click on the attached CPA invitation letter to confirm this event and the areas discussed. As you will read, the CPA is fully aware of the online assailants, Phantasists and trolls possibly contacting them. As I recommend to all public speakers, it is now necessary to inform speaking engagement hosts of those who may contact them with their felonious nonsense. “Welcome to the Information Age!”



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Again, thank you to the CPA for hosting this full day event. I am humbled, yet excited with anticipation at the same time. As a NYS licensed psychologist, I am proud to know that this formal speaking engagement is being hosted by a psychological association. The Information Age is a mere 30-40 years old, but yet the psychological impact upon humanity is unremarkable. I can attest to this reality evidenced by the increase in calls I receive from those who have been cyber attacked.

Dark Side of Cyberspace: iPredator

Living at the beginning of the Information Age, humanity is the proverbial novice floating upon unchartered digital waters. For the sake of the InfoAge child, society must address the growth of iPredator. It is time for the dark side of cyberspace to be introduced to the concepts of justice, failure and accountability.

“As the Information Age evolves, trust has become a rare commodity and betrayal flows like water. It is never too late to inject mutual respect and common decency into the ass of cyberspace.” Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D. (2016)


For those interested in attending the iPredator full day training hosted by CPA, clicking on the link here will redirect you to their registration page. Click here CPA Registration



Author: Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D.
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