eCrimeEU 2018 will dive into current research projects and future areas of interest for cybercrime investigations, forensic techniques and infrastructure defense. Operational and research insights for fighting electronic crime will be complimented and augmented with discussions on citizen awareness programs to help ensure a secure computing environment. This year’s meeting will bring a focus on the shifting nature of cybercrime and the inherent challenges of managing that dynamic threats cape.
With eCrimeEU 2018 we will review the development of response paradigms and resources for counter-cybercrime managers and forensic professionals in the private and public sectors. Presenters will review case studies of national and regional economies under attack, narratives of successful trans-national forensic cooperation, while considering models for cooperation against ecrime and examining resources for cybercrime response and forensic enterprise.
This program will be held on September 17th- 19th in Krakow, Poland.
This year´s symposium is organized with the support of CERT.pl and NASK (National Research Institute supervised by the Polish Ministry of Digital Affairs) which has recently launched STOJ.POMYSL.POLACZ campaign.
Furthermore, APWG.eu has just sealed a strategic alliance with the Security Case Study Conference (register HERE), Poland’s reference event for cybersecurity experts, which will take place in Warsaw on September 13-14 (right before eCrime2018.eu). This alliance, which includes joint reduced fees to attend both events, will ensure a permanent base of operations for APWG.eu in the Polish market for the years to come.
APWG.eu currently holds similar agreements with the QuBit conferences in the CEE region and with Porto Cyber Security Conference in Portugal.
Venue information for the EU Symposium on Electronic Crime Research 2018 is available HERE.
Session/Talk submission: September 1st, 2018
Author notification: September 7th, 2018
Conference: September 17-19, 2018
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Panel: APWG.eu’s Ongoing EU Projects & Submissions for 2018 Calls
TruesSec: Progress Report (Valentin Gibello, Université de Lille II)
ViVET: Progress Report (Manel Medina, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
MEDUSA: Project Description (M. Rak, Università della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli)
Moderator: Agustí Solanas (APWG.eu)
Panel: Ongoing Projects and Proposals under Negotiation
PROTECTIVE: Proactive Risk Management through Improved Situational Awareness (A. Pérez & J.M. Legido, GMV)
SISSDEN: Project Update and Results of Long-Term Malware Sandboxing for Botnet Tracking (P. Pawliński & P. Białczak, NASK-CERT.pl / Warsaw University of Technology)
LIVEFOR: LIVE FORensics (M. Medina, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya; Pablo López-Aguilar, APWG.eu)
DOGANA: Report on Our First Results (A. Consoli, Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana)
Moderator: Manel Medina (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
Open Debate (panel): AI, Behavioural Analysis, Blockchain, Critical Infranstructures, GDPR Compliance, IoT, Teaching Platforms…: Where Should We Focus our H2020 Efforts?
Moderator: Agustí Solanas (APWG.eu)
Alejandro Fernández-Cernuda (APWG.eu), Dany Gagnon (Alphablock), Manel Medina (UPC), Pablo López-Aguilar (APWG.eu)
Meeting of the APWG.eu Scientific Committee
Coordinated by Agustí Solanas (APWG.eu)
Welcome coffee & Registration
Opening Remarks, Tuesday
Alejandro Fernández-Cernuda (APWG.eu) & Przemek Jaroszewski (NASK/CERT.pl)
Keynote: Aspects of Poland’s New Law on Cybersecurity
Mirosław Maj (Fundacja Bezpieczna Cyberprzestrzeń)
Keynote: Mining the Miners (and More!)
Michael Molsner (Kaspersky Lab)
Technical Block I: Cryptocurrencies & Blockchain
Panel: The Post-Bitcoin Universe
Moderator: Bernhard Haslhofer (AIT)
Bernard Haslhofer (AIT)
CryptoTracker Platform to Track Cryptocurrency Addresses Used by Malware and Threat Actors
Marc Rivero (McAfee)
Thoughts & Inputs from the Cryptocurrency Community
Panel & Open Debate
Stanisław Wołoch (Warsaw Hackerspace)
Technical Block II: Case Studies & Threat Intelligence
Malicious Activities Seen in Network Telescope – from DoS Traffick to Botnet Fingerprinting
Moderator: Alejandro Correa (Cyxtera)
Adrian Korczak (NASK Research and Academic Computer Network)
Unmasking and Linking Bad Actors across OSINT, SOCINT, and DARKINT
David Morales (4iQ)
Human Risk Photograph: Transforming Phishing Metrics into C-level Indicators
Nicolás Bruna (Smartfense)
Domain Watch – Making .uk a Safer Space
Moderator: Greg Aaron (iThreat Cyber Group)
Siôn Lloyd (nominet)
Towards a Systemic Approach to DNS and e-Crime
Aimee Larsen Kirkpatrick (Global Cyber Alliance)
Latest Achievements of APWG’s Advising Activities on Security for ICANN
Greg Aaron (iThreat Cyber Group)
Meeting of the APWG.eu Advisory Board
Coordinated by Alejandro Fernández-Cernuda & Jordi Aguilà (APWG.eu)
Welcome coffee & Registration
Opening Remarks, Wednesday
Alejandro Fernández-Cernuda (APWG.eu)
Keynote: The Public & Private Ecosystem of Cybersecurity in Poland
Przemek Jarozewski (NASK/CERT.pl)
GDPR and the Challenges of e-Crime Data Exchange: a Summary of DE2018
Pat Cain (APWG)
Financial Services Block
Keynote: Legal Constraints and Opportunities for an Efficient Cybersecurity within an EU Financial Institution
Moderator: Jordi Kohn (CaixaBank)
Andreas Schaupp (Erste Group)
Organisational Approaches to Electronic Fraud in a Financial Institution
Uxía Santos (CaixaBank)
Red-Teaming for Spain’s Largest Retail Bank
Jordi Aguilà (CaixaBank)
Technical Block III: Case Studies & Threat Intelligence
Phishing and Malicious TLS Certificate Detection using Artificial Intelligence
Moderator: Marc Rivero (McAfee)
Alejandro Correa (Cyxtera)
Botnet Fingerprinting on the Basis of SMTP Implementation
Mateusz Goniprowski (NASK Research and Academic Computer Network)
Luigino Camastra & Adolf Středa (Avast)
Balance on the Latest STC Activities
Peter Cassidy & Zoriana Dmytryshyna (APWG / APWG.eu / Stop.Think.Connect.)