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19:30 Please join us Monday evening, October 19, at the Tacoma Glass Museum for a meet and greet reception to begin at 7:30. This evening will include a live glass blowing demonstration by local Tacoma artist and the Museum galleries will be open for our attendees. View details about the Tacoma Glass Museum at http://www.museumofglass.org/
 
  Tuesday, October 20
  (agenda is under construction and subject to change)
08:00 Registration Desk Opens / Breakfast    
09:00

Welcome and eCrime Introduction
 

Foy Shiver
APWG
 
 
09:10 APWG/NCSA Online Consumer Safety Messaging Convention:
Global Unified Safety Messaging for Enhanced Resonance and Retention

 
Mike Kaiser
NCSA
Leigh Fulwood
Costco
 

Consumers, Human Factors and eCrime
 
09:30 The APWG/CMU Landing Page:
Development and Traffic Analysis of a Counter-Phishing Public Education Utility

 
Greg Ogorek
Cyveillance
Laura Mather
APWG
 

 
09:50 Muling Scams: Offers No One Can Afford to Accept
 
Tabatha Marshall
PhishBucket
 

 
10:20 Anti-Social Networking David Perry
Trend Micro
 
 
10:50 Break
11:20 P2P File-Sharing Networks:
New Trends in Cyber Crime and a Model for Tracking Malicious Individuals

 
Keith Tagliaferri
Tiversa
 
Ether-Tracking:
Techniques to Put Names to the eSuspects
 
11:50

Determining Provenance in Phishing Websites using Automated Conceptual Analysis
 

Robert Layton, Paul Watters
University of Ballarat, Australia
 
 
12:20

Law Enforcement Keynote: International Case Study
 

Special Agent Mark Marik
United States Secret Service

Detective David Dunn
Seattle Police Department
 
Law Enforcement at the eCrime Frontier
 
12:45 Lunch
14:00

Does eCrime Need Its Own 10-Code?
A proposal for a program to develop definitions for eCrimes and identify variants so identifiers can be used to share data internationally
 

Pat Cain
APWG
 
 
14:20 APWG Roundtable: Potential issues in Malicious Use and Abuse of the DNS Created or Exacerbated by the New gTLD Expansion
 
Moderator:
Rod Rasmussen
Internet Identity

Panel:
Dave Piscitello
ICANN
Cristine Hoepers
CERT.br
Ben Butler
GoDaddy
Greg Aaron
Afilias
Dr. Barbara Endicott-Popovsky
University of Washington
 

 
15:00 Case Study: Private Domain Registrations at The Notorious 3.F.N.
 
Dave Piscitello
ICANN
 
The Domain Name System and eCrime
15:30 Break
16:00

Burn Before Reading: A Stealthy Framework for Combating Forensics Examinations
 

Mina Guirguis, Jason Valdez, Bassam El Lababedi, Joseph Valdez
Texas State University, USA
 
eCrime Researchers Summit
Peer-Reviewed Research
 
16:20

Improving Phishing Countermeasures: An Analysis of Expert Interviews


 
Steve Sheng, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Cranor, Jason Hong
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
 
 
16:40

Discovery, Infiltration, and Denial of Service in a Process Control System Wireless Network
 

Bradley Reaves, Thomas Morris
Mississippi State University, USA
 
 
17:00

Identifying Vulnerable Websites by Analysis of Common Strings in Phishing URLs
 

Brad Wardman, Gary Warner
University of Alabama Birmingham, USA
 
 
 

 



 
 
       
19:00 Tuesday night we will assemble just down the street from the hotel at The Varsity Grill. Dinner and entertainment provided by local musician Vicci Martinez will start cocktails at 7:00PM and dinner at 8:00PM.
 
 
  Wednesday, October 21  
08:30 Registration Desk Opens / Breakfast    
09:00

An APWG Proposal: A Collaborative Research Center for Electronic Crime Response Research
 

Randy Vaughn
Baylor University
Gary Warner
University of Alabama at Birmingham
 
eCRS 2.0: A Proposal for an NSF CRC for eCrime
 
09:20 IPC Research and Policy Review
 
Rod Rasmussen
InternetIdentity
IPC Co-Chair
Dr. Laura Mather
SilverTail Systems
IPC Co-Chair


The APWG Internet Policy Committee
 
09:50 Website Vulnerabilities to be Commandeered as Phish Site
 
Ebrima Ceesay
Booz Allen Hamilton
John LaCour
PhishLabs
 

 
10:20 The Abusive Domain Name Resolution Suspension Process Program
 
Peter Cassidy
APWG
TBA
 

 
10:40 Break
11:15

Phishing Detection using Classifier Ensembles
 

Fergus Toolan, Joe Carthy
University College Dublin, Ireland
 
eCrime Researchers Summit
Peer-Reviewed Research (Continued)
 
11:35

Exposure to Vulnerabilities through Google Hacking: An Exploratory Study of Four Different Countries
 

Onook Oh, Rajarshi Chakraborty, Raghav Rao, Shambhu Upadhyaya
University at Buffalo, USA
 
 
11:55

A Novel Anti-Phishing Framework Based On Honeypots
 

Roland Schmitz,
Stuttgart Media University,
Federal Republic of Germany
Shujun Li,
University of Konstanz,
Federal Republic of Germany
 
 
12:15

Why Do Users Trust The Wrong Messages? A Behavioural Model of Phishing
 

Paul Watters
University of Ballarat,
Victoria, Australia
 
 
12:40 Lunch
13:45

Humboldt: A Distributed Phishing Disruption System
 

Paul Knickerbocker, Dongting Yu, Jun Li
University of Oregon, USA
 
 
14:05

Establishing Phishing Provenance Using Orthographic Features
 

Liping Ma, John Yearwood, Paul Watters
University of Ballarat,
Victoria, Australia
 
 
14:25 APWG Roundtable:
Problem Statement: Articulating the Enduring eCrime Challenges and Research Approaches to Engage Them
 
Moderator:
Randy Vaughn
Baylor University

Panelists:
Laura Mather, PhD
SilverTail Systems, APWG
Gary Warner
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Pat Cain
APWG
Joe St. Sauver
University of Oregon
 
 
15:30 Closing Announcements and Awards
 
Foy Shiver
APWG
 
 
       
       
19:30 Night Out with the APWG: Attendees staying over in Tacoma Wednesday night are invited to join the APWG for our traditional end of conference night out. This get together will be held at a secret location to be announced during the closing session.