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2006 APWG General Meeting
Orlando, Florida
November 14 - 15, 2006
Meeting Logistics

The APWG is please to announce th 2006 Fall General Meeting. Please join us at this oportunity to bring yourself up-to-date on the latest status of phishing's evolution across the globe. Count on two full days of presentations, panel discussions and in-depth roundtables.

At this two-day members-only meeting, the APWG will examine crimeware's evolution, the roles of Registrars and Registries in managing phishing attacks, public health approaches to managing the Botnet scourge, behavioral vulnerabilities and human factors that contribute to phishing's success as well as breaking news on counter-e.crime tools and resources.

APWG Members and Non-Members Please Note: The sessions at the Fall General Meeting are open to APWG Members Only. APWG organizers will vet all registrants that sign up for the conference. Interlopers will not be accomodated. If you haven't already, check membership rules and benefits at: http://www.antiphishing.org/membership.html Membership is open to qualified financial institutions, online retailers, ISPs, the law enforcement community, security solutions providers and research institutions. Members at the individual level and above are eligible to attend conferences.

REGISTRATION WARNING: Registration for this General Members meeting is for the ONE event on November 14 and 15 and does NOT entitle the registree to attend the eCrime Researchers Summit on November 16 and 17. To also attend that event will require a separate registration that can be made on this page.
 

Working Agenda (under construction) Times and Days Subject to Change



  Tuesday, November 14

08:00

Breakfast & Registration

 

09:00

Opening Remarks and Conference Overwier
 


Dave Jevans
Chairman
APWG

Peter Cassidy
Secretary-General
APWG
 


 
09:15 Statistical Overview & Interpretation
 
Bassam Khan
Cloudmark 
 
 
09:30 International Field Reports
 

Enrique González Ochoa
Panda Labs
Surveillance Department

Dr. Waldemar Grudzien
Bundesverband deutscher Banken e.V.
Retail Banking und Banktechnologie

Colin Whittaker
APACS, UK

Yurie Ito
Director, Technical Operation
JPCERT/CC
 
Terrence Park
KrCERT
 

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11:00 Break
 
   
11:15 APWG Crimeware Roundtable:
Contemporary Challenges in
Corralling and Neutralizing
the New Crimeware Mutations

 

Hiep Dang (Moderator)
McAfee

Zulfikar Ramzan
Symantec on
Global Crimeware Proliferation

Dan Hubbard
Websense, Inc. on
Zero-Day: And the Day After

Cristine Hoepers
Brazil CERT on
AntiVirus Technology's Falling Crimeware Detection Rates

Jason Milletary
CERT/CC on
Crimeware Counter-offensive: Survivability Tactics of the
Criminal Software Tradecraft

Richard Wang
Manager
SophosLabs US
 

 
12:45


Lunch Thank you to our sponsor for Thursday's Lunch, RSA Security.
 
 
RSA Security
13:30

APWG Practicum on Phish Data:Distinguishing Phish from Generic Spam for Alerting & Forensic Applications




 

Thomas Rickert
Association of the German Internet Industry German ISPA
Roadmap of the European Spotspam Database

Ian Fette
Carnegie Mellon University



 
14:30 Law Enforcement, Regulation
and Public Policy Precipitates
of Phishing
 

Donald R. Saxinger
Division of Supervision
and Consumer Protection
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Jonathan Rusch 
Special Counsel for Fraud Prevention
US Department of Justice
Criminal Division

 

 
15:30 Case Study: eBay/Paypal
Email Authentication: Important Lessons Learned During Implementation and Deployment

 

Mike Vergara
PayPal
 

 
16:15 Break

   
16:30 APWG Steering Committee Meeting    
 

 

 
19:30 APWG Rump Session

All attendees are invited to an informal meet and greet hosted by the APWG.
 
  Wednesday, November 15

08:00


Breakfast

 

   
09:00 APWG Policy Rountable:
Phishing and the Role of
Registrars and Registries


 

Rod Rasmussen (Moderator)
InternetIdentity

Jorge Aguila
e-la Caixa CSIRT

Ben Butler
GoDaddy.com

Dan Whetzel
Verisign

Brad Keller
eCommerce Business Risk Manager
Wachovia Corporation

John Crain
Chief Technology Officer
ICANN

Jon Nevett
VP and Chief Policy Counsel
Network Solutions
Chair: Registrar Constituency of ICANN GNSO
ICANN
 


 

10:45 Break
 
   
11:15 APWG Technology Roundtable:
Epidemiological and Public Health Approaches to BotNet Scourges
 

Dr. Randy Vaughn (Moderator)
Professor of Information Systems
Hankamer School of Business
Baylor University

David Dagon
Georgia Institute of Technology

Rick Wesson
Alice's Registry

Joe Stewart
SecureWorks

Gary Warner
PIRT
 
Richard E. Perlotto
ShadowServer

Dave Monnier
REN-ISAC

Jordan Medlen
Sago Networks

Scott Chasin
MX Logic
 

 
13:00

Lunch
   
13:45 Case Study: You've Got Espionage!
A Corporate Phish Tale

 
Christopher Burgess
Cisco Systems

 
14:30 APWG Research Roundtable:
Behavioral Vulnerabilities
and Human Factors

Aaron Emigh(moderator)
APWG Research Fellow

Jeff Wilbur
Iconix on
User Reaction to Spoof Messages

Dr. Lorrie Faith Cranor
Associate Research Professor
Computer Science and Engineering
& Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University on
Phinding Phish: How accurate are today's toolbars? What hope for training users?

Dr. Markus Jacobsson
Associate Professor of Informatics
Associate Director of CACR
Indiana University on
What Instills Trust? A Qualitative Study of Phishing

Dan Schutzer
Executive Director
Financial Services Technology Consortium on
Testing and Evaluating the
Usability of Solutions to
Authenticating the Finacial Institution to the Consumer

 
16:15

Break
 
 
16:30 Counter-e.Crime Data Resources
Tools, Techniques and Schema
Pat Cain
APWG Research Fellow on
The IODEF Extensions:
A Universal Syntax for e-Crime Reporting

Kent Davidson
ioflux, inc.
APWG Abuse Manager
Contact System


Dave Jevans
APWG Chairman on the
APWG Phishing Attack
Data Repository

 
 
17:15 Closing Remarks
Dave Jevans
Chairman
APWG
 

 
  BOF Sessions
 
   
17:30     eMail Authentication
 
   
18:00     Phisherman phishing data collection industry utility
 
 
18:45     Crimeware sample sharing
 
   
Location, Transport and Accommodation Logistics
Radisson University Hotel Orlando
1724 North Alafaya Trail
Orlando, Florida 32826
US
Tel: +1.407.658.9008
Fax: +1.407.381.5456
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The General Meeting and all pre-event meetings are being held at the Radisson University Hotel Orlando. With a prime East Orlando location near Orlando's top corporate, government and military offices and the University of Central Florida, the Hotel Orlando offers the kind of warm hospitality and topnotch services sure to please business and leisure travelers alike.

Local Attractions
* Central Florida Research Park - .5 miles
* University of Central Florida - 2 miles
* Waterford Lakes Town Center Shopping Outlet
* Eastwood, Stoneybrook Golf Course within 5 miles
* Orlando International Airport - 15 miles
* Orlando Convention Center - 15 miles
* Major area attractions easily accessible via expressway

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Hotel Room Reservations
For reservastions please contact Radison at +1.800.333.3333 or visit their website. The negotiated APWG discount rate is availalbe for the nights of November 13 through November 19, based on availability. To qualify for the APWG rate registrations must be received before October 24. Please mention "APWG" when registering for this special rate. After October 24, please contact the hotel directly to determine availability and rate.

Standard Rooms $89 single/double *
(Rate subject to 11.5% local taxes)

Check In Info / Cancellation Policy
Check-in time is 3:00 PM, and the standard check-out time is 12:00 noon. An advance deposit will be taken at time of booking. Deposit is refundable only if reservation is cancelled 72 hours prior to arrival date. No-shows and reservations cancelled less than 72 hours in advance will be charged in full plus taxes.

* This room rate is not commissionable to travel agents.

Call for Presentations
For this meeting, the APWG is still developing, reviewing and receiving, proposals for research presentations from the membership and from visiting scholars. Financial institutions, technology, vendors, ISPs, law enforcement representatives and inter-disciplinary study groups working within the APWG research committees are all invited to send their proposals to Deputy Secretary-General Peter Cassidy at pcassidy@antiphishing.org.
Vendor Sponsorship Opportunities

APWG is offering an opportunity to build relationships while marketing your company to a targeted audience of communications service, technology companies, security companies, regulatory and law enforcement officials and financial institutions during its Spring 2006 General Meeting in April.

Sponsorships are a personal, non-intrusive way of conveying your message. Additionally, your participation can help support activities vital to the overall success of the APWG and its research partners, which ultimately contributes to the success of the entire counter-phishing stakeholders' community.

The following benefits are available to Meeting Sponsors, once your sponsorship is confirmed:

Recognition in on-site signage displayed during the meal or break
Distribution of one giveaway such as a literature pack

There are a number of meal or break sponsorship opportunities available for APWG members who want to use the meetings as an opportunity to communicate their brand and message to members of the APWG and presenters, each either a critical decision maker or a thought leader in his or her own right.

For more information on sponsoring oportunities please contact APWG Deputy Secretary-General Foy Shiver at fshiver@antiphishing.org.

About the Anti-Phishing Working Group

The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) is focused on giving industry stakeholders a confidential forum to discuss phishing issues, define the scope of the phishing problem in terms of hard and soft costs, and share information and best practices for eliminating the problem. Where appropriate, the APWG will also look to share this information with law enforcement. Membership is open to qualified financial institutions, e-commerce companies, the law enforcement community, and industry. Because phishing attacks and email fraud are sensitive subjects for many organizations that do business online, the APWG has a policy of maintaining the confidentiality of member organizations.

The Web site of the Anti-Phishing Working Group is www.antiphishing.org. It serves as a public and industry resource for information about the problem of phishing and email fraud, including identification and promotion of pragmatic technical solutions that can provide immediate protection and benefits against phishing attacks.

The APWG was founded by Tumbleweed Communications and a number of member banks, financial services institutions, and e-commerce providers. It held its first meeting in November 2003 in San Francisco. The APWG, an organization of more than 2300 members and more than 1500 member companies, police and government agencies worldwide was officially established as an independent organization in June 2004, controlled by its executives and board of directors and an advisory steering committee.