Date: 16 May 2010
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Sunday, 16 May 2010
Cypress Room, RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, Australia
Online crime is worsening at a rate that demands better, more coordinated, strategies among industry, government, law enforcement and CERTs. The financial rewards for online criminals is high and most generally operate with little risk to themselves. To combat this threat, more effective strategies are required from all sectors, both nationally and internationally.
- Government, law enforcement and private sector personnel involved in the development of policies or strategies for e-security or e-government, or who have responsibility for investigations either within their own organisations or for the broader community.
- High level, focused briefings with some technical detail aimed at information security managers, policy makers and stakeholders within the telecommunications, domain name management or other Internet industries.
- A closed event, not open to the general public.
- Increase awareness of the nature and impact of online crime among government and industry sectors and the challenges it poses for prevention, detection and response.
- Increase awareness of the nature and impact of various online crime types and the tools used by criminals engaging in this activity.
- Seek support for initiatives in Australia that will provide broad benefit for the Internet using community and for users and providers of e-commerce or e-government services.
AusCERT gratefully acknowledges the support of ESET which has assisted us in holding this event.
|8.30 – 9:00 Coffee and Registration
| 9:00 - 9:20
|Slides (2.85Mb PDF)
9:20 – 10:00
|Another year of VoIP fraud and other Law Enforcement relevant developments in Europe
|Slides (605Kb PDF)
10:00 - 10:40
|Developments in malware for financial fraud
Bell Aliant (Canadian ISP from NSP-SEC)
|Morning Tea 10:40 - 11:00 (20 minutes)
Slides (213Kb PDF)
11:00 - 11:40
|IRS-Criminal Investigation Electronic Crimes
The program, significant investigations, and forensic methodologies (including major recent case law impacts)
Supervisory Special Agent - Computer Investigative Specialist
IRS - CI - Electronic Crimes
|No slides available
11:40 - 12:20
|US Secret Service: Cell Phone and Embedded Technology Forensics
U.S. Secret Service, Oklahoma City Field Office
|Slides (2.92Mb PDF)
12:20 - 13:00
| Examining the behaviours of Russian malware writers
|Lunch 13:00 - 14:00 (1 hour)
|No slides available
14:00 - 14:40
| Going Underground - Pictures of the global underground economic boom
Marcel van den Berg
|Slides (13.7Mb PDF)
14:40 - 15:20
| The State of Security in NZ in 2010
Chair of the New Zealand Internet Task Force
|Afternoon Tea 15:20 – 15:40 (20 minutes)
|No slides available
15:40 - 16:20
Technical Specialist, High Tech Crime Operations
Australian Federal Police
|Slides (877Kb PDF)
16:20 - 17:00
|A US perspective on malware for financial fraud
Technical Director for Malware Analysis
17:00 - 17:10
|Networking Drinks 17:10 – 18:10 (1 hour)
This program may be subject to change.
This year, there will also be a closed tutorial to be held on Friday May 21, 2010. This will be a full-day technical tutorial (hands-on) involving the detailed analysis of current techniques in infrastructure used primarily for Financial Fraud.
The cost for this session is $250. Please send an email to symposium2010 at auscert.org.au for more information about this event.
Cost and Registration
The registration fee is AU$250 (including GST) and includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea. Speakers, law enforcement and overseas invited guests are free.
To register as an attendee please
send an email to symposium2010 at auscert.org.au with "(AUSCERT#2010259d4)" in the subject.
Please include the number and names of attendees as well as their:
- Position title
- The session(s) to attend (The Online Crime Symposium on the 16 May 2010 or Closed Tutorial on 21 May 2010, or both)
- A contact telephone number or email address
- Billing address (for the registration invoice).
For catering purposes please register before Friday, May 7 2010. Please be sure to advise if you have any special dietary requirements.
Accommodation at AusCERT Conference Discount Rates
Delegates or speakers may obtain AusCERT conference rate discounts for
bookings made at:
- RACV Royal Pines Resort (for Saturday, 15 May 2010 only)
- Holiday Inn Surfers Paradise (for Saturday, 15 May 2010)
- Crowne Plaza Surfers Paradise (for Saturday, 15 May 2010).
Please note there will be no shuttle bus service from either the Holiday Inn Surfers Paradise or the Crowne Plaza Surfers Paradise to the Crowne Plaza Royal Pines in the morning of Sunday, 16 May, 2010.
If you wish to take advantage of these hotel accommodation conference-rate discounts, please send an email to:
Steven Turner (steven.turner at conferenceit.com.au)
Please feel free to contact us on symposium2010 at auscert.org.au if you have any additional questions regarding this event.