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2019.05.22 10:20 ~ 10:50
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The Cyber Crime Landscape – How does policing ‘police’ in a virtual environment?

Craig Jones
INTERPOL
Cybercrime Director
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Craig Jones
INTERPOL / Cybercrime Director
The Cyber Crime Landscape – How does policing ‘police’ in a virtual environment?
2019.05.22 13:30 ~ 14:00
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Craig is recognised as an expert nationally and internationally in policing in cyber and digital crime investigations/capacity building.. He has over eighteen years of law enforcement experience at a senior level and is as a strategic leader and thinker with the ability to identify and shape policies that deliver outcomes and results against national/international cyber strategies. He anticipates and predicts the long-term impact of national and international developments, including economic, political, environmental, social and technological specific to the cyber threat. * Extensive expertise in cybercrime investigations, regionally, nationally and internationally at a senior level within UK law enforcement * Ability to interpret a wide range of political and national pressures and influence to develop strategies that deliver specific programs to increase cyber capabilities * Proactively create, maintain and promote strong networks and connections across public/private sectors within the national and international cyber security eco system * Extensive knowledge and understanding of current computer and communication technologies.
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The Cyber Crime Landscape – How does policing ‘police’ in a virtual environment? The presentation will provide an overview of the current cybercrime landscape and explore how policing, through effective partnership are able to reduce the cyber threat and protect individuals, communities and businesses in their countries. Interpol’s mission of preventing and fighting crime through enhanced cooperation and innovation on policing matters, is reflected through one of its three main programmes, the cybercrime programme. This programme aims to support member countries efforts to combat cybercrime by coordinating and delivering specialized policing capabilities. Within this presentation we will also explore the objectives and outcomes of this programme.

Cybercrime Convention and its role in the global fight against cybercrime

Pedro Verdelho
Council of Europe
Vice-chair, Cybercrime Convention
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Pedro Verdelho
Council of Europe / Vice-chair of Cybercrime Convention
Cybercrime Convention and its role in the global fight against cybercrime
2019.05.22 14:00 ~ 14:30
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Public Prosecutor since 1990. Served at the Department of Investigation and Penal Action, in Lisbon, in the Specialised Section on Computer Crime (1994-2005). Lecturer at the Centre for Judicial Studies, the Portuguese judicial school, in the criminal law and criminal proceedings law department (2005-2011). Since September 2011, Coordinator of the Cybercrime Office within the Prosecution General’s Office. Member of the Drafting Committee (PC-CY) of the Convention on Cybercrime of the Council of Europe - Budapest Convention (1997-2000). Representative, from Portugal, at the T-CY, the Committee of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime (since 2006), and member of its permanent Bureau, since 2010. Currently, Vice-Chair of the committee. Representative from Portugal at the Permanent Open-Ended Working Party on Cybercrime, from the United Nations (UNODC), since 2011.
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The presentation will briefly introduce the Cybercrime Convention (Budapest Convention) and its role in the global fight against cybercrime. It will also explain how signatory countries of the Convention may benefit, both from the legal and operational points of view. Besides, it will introduce the work of the T-CY Committee (Cybercrime Convention Committee) and its role on the implementation of the Convention and on keeping up to date – at this respect, the future Second Additional Protocol and the already published Guidance Notes will beMentioned. Finally, a reference to the capacity building programmes for implementation of the Budapest Convention will be described, namely in view of the available support to countries that are planning to join the Convention.

The cybercrime threat landscape

Brian Fletcher
Symantec
Director of Government Affairs APJ
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Brian Fletcher
Symantec / Director of Government Affairs APJ
The cybercrime threat landscape
2019.05.22 14:30 ~ 15:00
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Brian Fletcher is the Director of Government Affairs APJ, focusing on Australia-Pacific, Singapore, Japan and Korea. Based in Singapore, he leads the engagement with governments and stakeholders on public policy and provides expert advice on cybercrime and privacy issues. He also supports public-private partnerships to benefit consumers, industry partners and governments across the region. Brian is an experienced technology executive who joined us after 21 years of Australian Government service, the last 8.5 years in the Australian Signals Directorate in the Department of Defence. His previous role was as Director of Cyber Security Relationships, where he led the development of cyber security partnerships with industry and federal, state, and territory governments.
Prior to that he served in the Australian Embassy in Washington, DC where he provided advice to the Ambassador and Defence staff on strategic cyber security and intelligence issues, and partnered with senior foreign government leadership, including heads of agencies. Other positions held include leading production, outreach, policy, and business technology change initiatives.
An experienced speaker at conferences, Brian is adept at explaining complex technological concepts and ideas to non-technical and technical experts alike. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience, Graduate Certificates in Scientific Communications and Management and an MBA. He is a certified privacy professional (CIPP/E) and has completed executive coursework at Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the Australian National University, where he served as an Associate Lecturer.
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The cybercrime threat landscape continues to evolve as cybercriminals react to law enforcement, security industry and market responses to their activities. 2018 has been no different. Mr Fletcher will provide an overview of the threat landscape, including insights into global threat activity, cybercriminal trends, and motivations for attackers using both global and Korean data. The presentation is based on data from Symantec’s Global Intelligence Network.
This year sawㅁ a reduction in the use of ransomware and cryptojacking by cybercriminals due to diminishing returns and a move towards other methods to continue to make money.
‘Formjacking’ became the technique of choice for financial crime. Formjacking attacks are simple – essentially virtual ATM skimming – where cyber criminals inject malicious code into retailers’ websites to steal shoppers’ payment card details. On average, more than 4,800 unique websites are compromised with formjacking code every month, with nearly a third of all detections occurring during the busiest online shopping period of the year – November and December.
By conservative estimates, cybercriminals may have collected tens of millions of dollars last year, stealing consumers’ financial and personal information through credit card fraud and sales on the dark web. Just 10 credit cards stolen from each compromised website could result in a yield of up to $2.2M each month, with a single credit card fetching up to $45 in the underground selling forums. With more than 380,000 credit cards stolen, the British Airways attack alone may have allowed criminals to net more than $17 million.
While the volume of Internet of Things (IoT) attacks remains high and consistent with 2017 levels, the profile of IoT attacks is changing dramatically. Although routers and connected cameras make up the largest percentage of infected devices (90 percent), almost every IoT device has been proven vulnerable, with everything from smart light bulbs to voice assistants creating additional entry points for attackers. Other trends for 2018 include:
* Nearly one in ten targeted attack groups now use malware to destroy and disrupt business operations; up 25 percent compared to 2017
* Attackers enhance tried-and-tested tactics including spear-phishing, hijacking legitimate tools, and malicious email attachments
*Enterprise ransomware infections jump by 12 percent
*Cloud resources are increasingly easy targets for digital thieves with more than 70 million records stolen or leaked from poorly configured S3 public cloud storage buckets
* More attackers display interest in compromising operational and industrial control systems with the potential for sabotage

Europol Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce

Timothy Lawrence Davis
Europol Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce
Liaison Officer
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Timothy Lawrence Davis
Europol Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce / Liaison Officer
Europol Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce
2019.05.22 15:00 ~ 15:30
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Detective Sergeant Tim Davis joined the Australian Federal Police (AFP) in 1991. Tim has investigations experience in transnational and organized crime, child protection operations, fraud, anti-corruption and cyber crime. Tim has also performed duties in covert policing services and investigations training at the AFP College. Internationally, Tim has undertaken Police Liaison roles in Jakarta and in The Hague, where he is presently assigned. Tim’s current role is as a cyber crime liaison officer at Europol where his focus is on building relationships and strengthening cooperation and capacity with Australia and Europol member countries in support of cyber-crime and related investigations. Tim is the AFP representative in Europol’s Joint Cybercrime Action Task force.
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The presentation will provide an overview of Europol’s Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce, its role and capabilities.

Getting bigger and better... how to set up a new cyber division

Abdrahmane Diarra
BKA(German Federal Criminal Police)
Deputy Team Leader
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Abdrahmane Diarra
BKA / Deputy Team Leader
Procedure for Seizing Digital Evidence in the Republic of Korea
2019.05.22 15:50 ~ 16:15
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Abi Diarra attended the Federal University of Applied Administrative Sciences from 2006 till 2009. Since 2009 he is with the German Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt -BKA) in Wiesbaden/Germany. Since 2011 he is with the Cybercrime Intelligence Unit of the BKA. Since 2018 he is deputy team leader of this unit. His main focus are botnet investigations.
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The BKA is currently in the progress of setting up a new cyber division. Within the next 2 years new ideas, new subdivisions and new units have to be created. New employees have to be educated and former employees have to be integrated in the new organization. Until year 2020 this is an ongoing and evolving process which might include new paths and maybe turn arounds. This presentation will cover the former situation, the problems and needs for a change and initial thoughts of how to go this way.

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Mary Jo Schrade
Microsoft
Director, Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit Asia
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Mary Jo Schrade
Microsoft / Director, Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit Asia
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2019.05.22 16:15 ~ 16:40
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Mary Jo Schrade is an Assistant General Counsel at Microsoft. She is the Regional Director of Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) Asia and is based at Microsoft’s Cyber Security Center in Singapore. She oversees the initiatives, programs and strategies related to Microsoft Asia’s efforts to prevent or disrupt organized cybercrime, piracy and online tech support scams through public-private partnerships, coordinating enforcement, and conducting outreach relating to Microsoft's digital trust commitments to its customers. Ms. Schrade received a B.A. degree in Political Science from the University of Georgia, and a law degree from Georgia State University in the United States. Before coming to Microsoft in 2000, Ms. Schrade practiced law at Holland & Knight LLP in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Whois status and policy developments post GDPR

Champika Wijayatunga
ICANN
Regional Security, Stability and Resiliency Engagement Manager
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Champika Wijayatunga
ICANN / Regional Security, Stability and Resiliency Engagement Manager
Whois status and policy developments post GDPR
2019.05.22 16:40 ~ 17:05
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Champika is the ICANN's Regional Security, Stability and Resiliency (SSR) Engagement Manager for the Asia Pacific. He is part of ICANN's Global Stakeholder Engagement (GSE) Team and represents ICANN in Security, Technical, Law Enforcement and Capacity Building forums in the APAC region. Prior to ICANN, Champika held managerial, specialist and liaison roles at the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), the Regional Internet Registry for the Asia Pacific. Champika started his career with IBM Corporation as a technical specialist and later worked in IT industry, academia, research, and training environments in the Asia Pacific. Champika received a number of excellence awards during his academic and professional careers and also served in various technical community groups and committees.
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KWAK Kyoung-joo, KIM Yong-hyeon
Financial Security Institute
Director, Officer
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KWAK Kyoung-joo, KIM Yong-hyeon
Financial Security Institute / Director, Officer
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2019.05.22 17:05 ~ 17:30
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