Agenda

Symposium on
Electronic Crime Research

Working Agenda
Monday, 24 April  
 
     
18:00 eCrime 2017 Registration Desk Opens
18:00 eCrime 2017 Ice Breaker Reception
     
Tuesday, 25 April
eCrime 2017 Day One
08:00 Registration Desk Opens  
09:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks Peter Cassidy
Secretary General
APWG
09:15 Cybercrime Scene Regional Reports Panel
  Phishing Trends in Japan and the Counteraction Taken as the Council of Anti-Phishing Japan Hajime Komaba
Council of Anti-Phishing Japan
JPCERT/CC
  Updates on Cybercrime Conditions in the Latin American Region Graciela Martínez Giordano
LACNIC
  Cyber Attacks on Banks and Financial Regulators in Poland Przemek Jaroszewski
CERT.PL
  Updates on Cybercrime Conditions in Taiwan Hsu-Chun Hsiao
National Taiwan University
10:00 Data-driven Routines to Search and Destroy All Botnets Pierre Chamberland
MX Tools

Matthew Stith
Rackspace
10:30 Break
11:00 Probing an EITest CMS Compromise for Remediation and intel Gathering Darren Spruell
RiskIQ
11:30 Global Phishing Survey: Trends and Domain Name Abuse in 2015-2016 Greg Aaron
iThreat® Cyber Group

Rod Rasmussen
R2 Cyber
12:00 APWG Code of Conduct for EU Certification of eCX Under GDPR Pat Cain
APWG
12:30 Lunch Break
13:30 Cryptocurrencies and eCrime: Ransomware, Dark Markets, Extortion and the Future Dave Jevans
APWG / Proofpoint
14:00 Use Case: Using eCX Workgroups to Store, Control, and Share Your Threat Data Mike D'Ambrogia
APWG
14:30 Maximizing the Harvest: Tectonic Shifts in the Phishing Threatscape Crane Hassold
PhishLabs
15:00 Networking Break
     
16:00 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 hours. After the meeting there will be a short break and then the committee and guests will go to dinner.
Meeting Location: Desert Room   Dinner venue: Two Brothers Tap House
     
     
Wednesday 26 April
eCrime 2017 Day Two
08:30 Registration Desk Opens  
09:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks Foy Shiver
APWG
09:15 Whose DNS is it Anyway? Response Policy Zones as Basis for DNS Firewalls Paul Vixie
Farsight Security
09:45 eCrime 2017 Research Paper Presentations: Industry Track Session One
  Blockchain Explorer: An Analytical Process and Investigation Environment for Bitcoin Hiroki Kuzuno
SECOM / INTERPOL
  Phishing URLs Classification using Recurrent Neural Networks Alejandro Correa Bahnsen
Easy Solutions
10:30 Break
11:00 eCrime 2017 Research Paper Presentations: Research Track Session One
  Measuring Cyber Attribution In Games Andrew Ruef
Trail of Bits, Inc
  Configuring Zeus: A Case Study of Online Crime Target Selection and Knowledge Transmission Alice Hutchings
University of Cambridge
  1000 days of UDP Amplification DDoS Attacks Daniel Thomas
University of Cambridge
12:10 On The Curious Case of 14,766 SSL Certs Issued for PayPal Phishing Sites Vincent Lynch
The SSL Store
12:30 Lunch
  Law Enforcement and Cybercrime
13:30 Keynote Presentation:
Operation Ozymandias: Hunting Down a Criminal Market Place
 
Mirko Manske
Bundeskriminalamt / Federal Criminal Police Office
14:30 Case Study: RIG Exploit Kit Campaign in Japan Kenji Miyanishi
National Police Agency Japan

Shinichi Tankyo
Hitachi Systems
15:00 Break
15:30 No Ordinary Phishermen: The Rise of the Mcrypt Gang Roberto Martinez
Royal Bank of Canada

Vitali Kremez
Flashpoint
16:00 Dark Web Impact on Hidden Services in the Tor-based Criminal Ecosystem Dr. Marco Balduzzi
Trend Micro
16:30 Discussion Panel: Cryptocurrencies go for Cloak

Moderator:
Dave Jevans, APWG
Panel:
Mirko Manske
Bundeskriminalamt / Federal Criminal Police Office

Johnathan Levin
Chainalsysis

Paul Vixie
Farsight Security
18:00 Closing Announcements
     
   
19:30 Networking Dinner Join the eCrime 2017 speakers, directors, steering committee and staff at this networking opportunity and reception dinner. Location: Paloma I-III, Embassy Suites.
     
Thursday, 27 April
eCrime 2017 Day Three
09:00 Registration Desk Opens  
09:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks Foy Shiver
APWG
09:35 Paving the Last Mile: Optimizing Cybercrime Report Delivery to Maximize Block Filter Efficacy Brad Wardman
PayPal
10:15 Research Keynote Presentation
National Baselining Protocol for Determining Cyber Resilience of Populations at Scale
 
Timothy Kelley
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane)
10:40 Argentina: National Cyber Resilience Baselining Survey Graciela Martinez
LACNIC
10:50 STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Campaign Footprint Review: 14 Nations Launched; 184 to Go Aimee Larsen-Kirkpatrick
APWG.EU
11:00 Break
11:30 eCrime 2017 Research Paper Presentations: Industry Track Session Two
  All Your Cards Are Belong To Us: Understanding Online Carding Forums Jeremiah Onaolapo
University College London
  Breaking and Fixing Content-Based Filtering Mayank Dhiman
Stealth Security

Ting-Fang Yen
DataVisor, Inc.

Markus Jakobsson
Agari
12:20 eCrime 2017 Research Paper Presentations: Research Track Session Two
  Hello. This is the IRS Calling: A Case Study on Scams, Extortion, Impersonation, and Phone Spoofing Morvareed Bidgoli
The Pennsylvania State University
  Characterizing Key Stakeholders in an Online Black-Hat Marketplace Shehroze Farooqi
University of Iowa
  Characterizing Malware Infection and Remediation Through Support Forum Analysis Sara Amini
University of Illinois at Chicago
  eCrime 2017 Best Paper Presentation
13:30 Closing Announcements / Lunch            
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