Agenda

Agenda

Tuesday, 31 May SERENE
SERENE-RISC Tutorial
09:00 Welcome

Sonia Chiasson
Canada Research Chair

Carleton University

   
09:15 Cybercrime State of the Union – A Law Enforcement Perspective

Kenrick Bagnall
Cybercrime Investigator

Toronto Police Services

10:00 Cybercrime in the Financial Sector, 2010-2015

Alice Hutchings
Research Associate

University of Cambridge, UK

10:45 Break
11:00 Bitcoin: an impartial assessment of its use and potential for cybercrime

Jeremy Clark
Assistant Professor

Concordia University, Montreal

11:45 High Yield Investment Programs

Richard Clayton
Director

Cambridge Cloud Cybercrime Centre

12:30 Lunch Break
13:30 Understanding Fraud -- A case study

Linda Lister
Senior Manager, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Service

Ernst & Young

14:15 Cyber Threat Detection through Behaviour Analytics

Ashkan Amiri
Associate Director, Cyber Analytics

RBC, Toronto

15:00 Break
15:15 Introducing the Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange

Robert Gordon
Executive Director

CCTX

16:00 Interactive panel discussion with presenters
17:00 Closing comments

Sonia Chiasson
Canada Research Chair

Carleton University

 
     
18:00
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21:00
eCrime 2016 Ice Breaker Registration  
eCrime 2016 Ice Breaker Reception Join us to start our discussions and meet the other attendees at a reception hosted at Sheraton Tuesday evening..
     
Wednesday, 1 June APWG
eCrime 2016 Day One
08:00 Registration Desk Opens  
09:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks Peter Cassidy
Secretary General
APWG
  APWG Cybercrime Scene Regional Reports Panel
09:15 Phishing Trend in Japan and the Counteraction taken as the Council of Anti-Phishing Japan
Hajime Komaba
Council of Anti-Phishing Japan (JPCERT/CC)
  Updated on Cybercrime Conditions in the Latin American Region Graciela Martínez Giordano
LACNIC
  The South Asian Cybercrime Scene Report Shubhamangala Sunil
GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY RESPONSE TEAM 
  The Brazilian Approach on Cybercrime Trends Richard Pandolfi
AXUR
  The Russian Cybercrime Scene Nicholas Palmer
Group-IB
10:30 Break
11:00 The Differences and Niches in the Major Global Criminal Undergrounds Sasha Hellberg
Trend Micro
11:30 An Inside Look at PayPal’s Automated Intelligence Exchange Brad Wardman
PayPal
12:00 Scam Affiliates Redirecting to Google Play and iTunes Store James Pleger
RiskIQ
12:30 Lunch Break
13:30

Of Extortion and Mutation: Ransomware's Evolutionary Path

Jack Mott
Proofpoint
  Provenance Tracing in Cybercrime Investigations
14:00 Checking In at the Phishers' Motel Blue Coat Systems
14:30 Predicting Phishing Infrastructure Saeed Abui-Nimeh
Seclytics
15:00 Break
15:30

Crimeware Repurposed as a Criminal Homing Device

Roberto Martinez
AFFILIATION UNDISCLOSED UNKNOWN

16:00 WHOIS as Forensic Goldmine Norm Richie
Secure Domain Foundation

Drew Bagley
Secure Domain Foundation
16:30 Wednesday Closing Announcements
     
18:00 APWG.ORG Steering Committee Meeting
(closed meeting)
Registered attendees from APWG.ORG Steering Committee and VIP guest are invited to attend. These meetings usually run ~1.5 hour and dinner will be seved.
19:00 Attendee Reception hosted by BrandProtect
All registered attendees are invited to join us for refreshments and networking with this year's partner BrandProtect.We will gather at The Fifth Pub House, 221 Richmond Street West Toronto. BrandProtect
     
     
Thursday 2 June APWG
eCrime 2016 Day Two
08:30 Registration Desk Opens  
09:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks Foy Shiver
APWG
09:10 APWG ESP + Phishing Panel

Moderator:
Matt Vernhout
Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email

Panel:
Chelsea Maldonado - Mailchimp
David Campbell - Sendgrid
Paul Kincaid-Smith - SendGrid
Sam Silberman - Constant Contact

  eCrime 2016 Research Paper Presentations: Industry Track
09:50 ENTRADA: Enabling DNS Big Data Applications

Maarten Wullink, SIDN

Moritz Müller, SIDN

Marco Davids, SIDN

Giovane C. M. Moura SIDN

Cristian Hesselman, SIDN

  REAPER: An automated, scalable solution for mass user credential harvesting and OSINT

Blake Butler, PayPal

Brad Wardman, PayPal

Nate Pratt, PayPal

10:30 Break
11:00 Evaluating Randomness in Cyber Attack Textual Artifacts

Xuan Zhao, Cylance

Matt Wolff, Cylance

Jay Luan, Cylance

  Knowing your Enemies: Leveraging Data Analysis to Expose Phishing Patterns Against a Major US Financial Institution

Javier Vargas, EasySolutions

Alejandro Correa Bahnsen, EasySolutions

Sergio Villegas, EasySolutions

 11:40

The Global Phishing Report
on Abuse of TLDs

Greg Aaron
iThreat Cyber Group
Rod Rasmussen
Infoblox
  Technologies and Techniques of Cybercrime Response
12:10 Clearinghouse as Forge for a Unified Response to Cybercrime Mike D'Ambrogia,
APWG
12:40

Rakuten Case Study: The Effectiveness of the eCX on Persistent Phishing Attacks

Yoji Masumura
Rakuten, Inc.

13:15 Lunch
14:00 Data Law, Regulation & Policy Initiatives at APWG  Pat Cain,
APWG
14:30 Going Dutch: National Collaboration Fighting Botnets in the Netherlands Bert Ten Brinke
SIDN
15:00 The Abridged BEC/Spear Phish Defensive Playbook Dylan Sachs
Brandprotect
15:30 Break
16:00 Banks, Blockchain and Bitcoin Dave Jevans
Chairman
APWG
17:00 Thursday Ending Announcements
     
   
19:30 Networking Dinner Join the eCrime 2016 speakers, steering committee and staff for this networking oportunity for dinner. Location TBA.
     
Friday 3 June APWG
eCrime 2016 Day Three
09:00 Registration Desk Opens  
09:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks Foy Shiver
APWG
09:40 From the Caribbean to the Caspian to the West Pacific:
STOP. THINK. CONNECT.’s Planetary Footprint

Aimee Larsen-Kirkpatrick
APWG.EU

Michael Hausding
SWITCH

  eCrime 2016 Research Paper Presentations: Research Track
10:15 Profiling Underground Merchants Based on Network Behavior

Srikanth Sundaresan, UC Berkeley

Damon McCoy, New York University

Sadia Afroz, UC Berkeley

Vern Paxson, UC Berkeley

  Geo-Phisher: The Design and Evaluation of Information Visualizations about Internet Phishing Trends

Leah Zhang-Kennedy, Carleton University

Elias Fares, Carleton University

Sonia Chiasson and Robert Biddle, Carleton University

  Behind Closed Doors: Measurement and Analysis of CryptoLocker Ransoms in Bitcoin

Kevin Liao, Arizona State University

Ziming Zhao, Arizona State University

Adam Doupe, Arizona State University

Gail-Joon Ahn, Arizona State University

11:00 Break
11:30 CUDA turbocharged lions and Veracrypt: A GPU accelerated oclHashcat attack for Veracrypt protected data Domingo Montanaro
Ventura Enterprise Risk Management
12:00 Taking Down Websites to Prevent Crime

Alice Hutchings, University of Cambridge

Richard Clayton, University of Cambridge

Ross Anderson, University of Cambridge

  When Cybercrimes Strike Undergraduates

Morvareed Bidgoli, The Pennsylvania State University

Bart P. Knijnenburg, Clemson University

Jens Grossklags, The Pennsylvania State University

  “Smells Phishy?”: An Educational Game about Online Phishing Scams

Malak Baslyman, University of Ottawa

Sonia Chiasson, Carleton University

  Revisiting Password Rules: Facilitating Human Management of Passwords

Leah Zhang-Kennedy, Carleton University

Sonia Chiasson, Carleton University

Paul van Oorschot, Carleton University

13:30 Wrap Up and Networking Lunch
     
     
     
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