Unifying the global response to cybercrime through data exchange, research and promoting public awareness.

Crypto Currency Work

The APWG Crypto Currency Working Group helps cryptocurrency exchanges, wallets, investment funds and consumers protect their cryptocurrency assets against phishing and targeted attacks.

Resources

Read APWG’s Phishing Activity Trends Reports that analyzes phishing attacks reported to the APWG by its member companies, its Global Research Partners.  Also over 120 Cyber Crime Research Papers from our annual research event are available.

Report Phishing

The Symposium on Electronic Crime Research is an annual event hosted by the APWG. The event’s continuing goal is to promot cybercrime research by providing an means for researchers to publish their work.

APWG PREMIUM LEVEL MEMBERS
Verisign
Microsoft
ZIX
CaixaBank
Afilias
ICANN

Membership

APWG offers membership opportunities to collaborate in our closed community with other cybercrime professionals from industry, law enforcement, government and university researchers globally.

Research

APWG manages a Research Program to promote university and industry applied research on electronic crime of all types.  By providing a forum for discussion and a venue to publish original research APWG inject the counter-cybercrime industry with talent and new technology resources.

Sponsor Solutions

APWG depends on it sponsoring members to mange our numerous programs.  Visit the sponsor solution page for a listing of products and services offered by our supporting organizations.

APWG SPONSORING LEVEL MEMBERS
WOMBAT
Cisco
iThreat
CLOUDMARK
FraudWatch
Proofpoint
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LATEST NEWS

The EU GDPR establishes personal data protections and privacy. GDPR affects organizations worldwide: any entity that collects or processes personal data of EU citizens and residents has obligations to protect that data. Such broadly applicable legislation obliges organizations like the ICANN to set policies to comply with the legislation. These policies directly affect investigators and their ability to investigate Cyber Crime....

ICANN Org has proposed an accreditation program to provide tiered access to non-public WHOIS data. This program would involve “codes of conduct which would establish the standardized criteria, limitations, and responsibilities for granting access to non-public WHOIS data to the accredited parties. Selection of the accredited parties could be facilitated by designated expert groups.”...