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eCrime Summit

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 Program Partners  



 

 Supporting Organization (Includes Preapproval Agencies)
 
日本ネットワークセキュリティ協会

Financial Services Agency, The Japanese Government

 
The National Consumer Affairs Center of Japan
 
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
 
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
 
Cabinet Office, The government of Japan
 
National Police Agency
日本オンラインゲーム協会
ブロードバンド推進協議会
日本インターネットプロバイダー協会
JPCERT/CC
次世代電子商取引推進協議会(ECOM)
 
 
Note: A discounted Student registration rate is availaibe.
Contact admin@antiphishing.org for details

 
Meeting Focus

The second annual Counter-eCrime Operations Summit (CeCOS II) will engage questions of operational challenges and the development of common resources for the first responders and forensic professionals who protect consumers and enterprises from the ecrime threat every day. This year's meeting will focus on the development of response paradigms and resources for counter-ecrime managers and forensic professionals. Presenters will proffer case studies of national and regional economies under attack, narratives of successful trans-national forensic cooperation as well as models for cooperation and unified response against ecrime and data resources for forensic activities.

This is an important opportunity for stakeholders to meet, define common goals and to plan the harmonization of resources for the global counter-ecrime effort. If you are an information security professional, law enforcement officer, counter-ecrime technology developer, CISO/Security manager, (military or corporate) intelligence officer, policy analyst, technologist, legislator, legislative researcher, industrial standards author, corporate security manager, private investigator or academic/industrial researcher in ecrime you should attend this summit.

The program will be spread across a two-day conference event on May 26 and 27 in Tokyo at the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka. The APWG believes under-appreciated operational issues are important enough to be the focus of a conference dedicated exclusively to them. They're often talked about as sidelights but rarely addressed directly as an organizational imperative for the entire counter-ecrime community. CeCOS II makes those operational issue the central focus of the program for the benefit of all ecrime fighters.
 

Program Overview

Presentations at the opening of the program will be delivered by ecrime responders within the APWG, its Global Research Partners and law enforcement personnel who will discuss national and regional ecrime trends and individual case studies about resolving specific electronic crime cases. Presenters will come from the ranks of private industry, private security companies, public law enforcement agencies, government agencies and national Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERT). True crime stories will be balanced with instruction about the skills the responders exercise as well as the data and tools employed to resolve phishing attacks.

APWG principals, research fellows and Global Research Partners will detail survey the eCrime landscape and present proposals for organizing global responses that will harmonize efforts of eCrime respondents and organize the work of securing the global network infrastructure. Furthermore, presenters will examine the development ecrime data exchange specifications and how they can be employed to optimize counter-ecrime applications. Presentations about industrial policy at CeCOS II will investigate industrial policies that complicate the work of exploited brandholders and responders - such as the segments of domain name system (DNS) registration process that is abused by phishers as part of their phishing campaigns.
 

Program Deliverables

Though instruction is always an APWG priority, the other defining goal of the Counter-eCrime Operations Summit is to identify common forensic needs - in terms the data, tools and communications protocols that are required to inform and facilitate time-sensitive communications between counter-ecrime stakeholders.

APWG has surveyed a lot of proposals and all have merit but required some harmonization of effort in order to make them maximally useful. APWG hopes that at the end of the program, the ensuing dialog will produce defined projects to organize data, tools and communications protocols that are required by the larger counter-ecrime community.
 

Working Agenda - (subject to change) 通訳会社:サイマルインターナショナル
  Monday, May 26
** Many Thanks go out to our sponsor for todays full day of events Kaspersky Lab **
 
09:45 Conference Introduction

Welcome

Peter Cassidy
Secretary General
APWG
USA
 


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10:00   Phishing & related issues in Japan Katsuya Uchida
Chair of Anti-Phishing Technology and System Study WG, Council of Anti-Phishing Japan
Professor, Ph.D, Institute of Information Security
 
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10:15 The Global eCrime Outlook

International Law Enforcement Perspective on: The Worldwide Problem of Phishing
 


Ralf Zimmermann
INTERPOL
France
 
Bio
10:45   Global Phishing Survey
 

Greg Aaron
Afilias
USA

Rod Rasmussen
InternetIdentity
USA
 
 

Bio

 

Bio

11:15   Nation Report & Case Study
 
Terrence Park
KrCERT
South Korea
 
Bio
11:45   Malicious Code Targeted at Your Desktop, Your Doorstep and Your Pet
 

Geok Meng Ong
Manager
Anti-Malware Research
Asia Pacific & Japan
McAfee Avert™ Labs

Shinsuke Honjo
Anti-Malware Research
Asia Pacific & Japan
McAfee Avert™ Labs
 

Bio
 
 
 
 

Bio
 
12:15 Lunch
** Many Thanks to Microsoft KK for sponsoring lunch today **
 
13:45 Protecting the Online Customer Online Game and RMT and Real Fraud Cases of Online Sales in Livedoor
 
Masanori Katayama
BITCASH.JP
 
Bio
14:15   eCrime in the Virtual Worlds of Online Gaming
 

Shuhei Ueda
Chairman
Japan Online Game Association (JOGA)

Yoji Masumura
Information Security Team at Security Office of NHN Japan Corporation
Japan
 

Bio
 
 
 

Bio
 

14:45   Teaching Johnny Not to Fall for Phish
 
Steve Sheng
CMU Doctoral Candidate
Carnegie Mellon University
 
Bio
15:15 Break
** Many Thanks to Hitichi Joho for sponsoring lunch today **
 
16:00 The Technology of eCrime – and eCrime Response  

The latest trends in web application security
 

Kanatoko
JUMPERZ.NET
 

Bio
16:30   Tracking Electronic Data Shadows Back to the Perpetrators
 
Michael Molsner
Kaspersky Labs Japan
 
Bio
17:00   Coordinating the Global Response to eCrime
Through a Common Data Format

 
Pat Cain
APWG
Research Fellow
USA
 
Bio
         
17:45 Drinks and Discussion
 
Join us early for introductions and drinks prior the evening dinner and BOF sessions. Meet the speakers, attending executives and other registered guest of the APWG.
 
 
18:30 Birds of a Feather Sessions Data Sharing Initiatives Among Financial Institutions
 

Pat Cain
APWG
Research Fellow
USA

Foy SHiver
APWG
Deputy Secretary-General
USA
 

These two session will be held concurrently in the main presentation hall. We will split into two groups for indepth question and answer around current activites and goals.
 
    Education: Global Landing Page Initiative
 
Rod Rasmussen
InternetIdentity
USA
 
 
         
19:15 RECEPTION We will finish the evening with a dinner and additional time for discussions.
 
     
  Tuesday, May 27
** Many Thanks go out to our sponsor for todays full day of events Kaspersky Lab **
 
09:45 Welcome   Peter Cassidy
Secretary General
APWG
USA
 
 
10:00 APJ Panel Discussion Challenges and Hard Problems That Won't Go Away Easily, etc.

Moderator:
Ryoichi Sasaki
APJ Security Working Group Chair

Panelists:
Yuji Hoshizawa
Principal Security Analyst
SecureBrain Cooporation

Masanori Katayama
BITCASH.JP
Japan

Steve Sheng
CMU Doctoral Candidate
Carnegie Mellon University

Bonnie Chun
Operations Officer
HKDNR / HKIRC
Hong Kong, China
HK Registry

Alexander Seger
Head of Economic Crime Division
Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs
Council of Europe
 

Bio


 


Bio

Bio

Bio



Bio
 

11:00 Break
 
11:15 eCrime Law Enforcement Operations Efficient International Investigations of Cybercrime 
 
Alexander Seger
Head of Economic Crime Division
Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs
Council of Europe
 
Bio
11:45  

Success Stories in Data Sharing and International Cooperation 
 
 

Jason Milletary
CERT
USA
 
Bio
12:15   Of Money Trails and Mules  Yinon Glasner
Fraud Intelligence Business Analyst
RSA
USA
Bio
12:45  

Kyoto Prefectural Police Force: Counter eCrime Division 

Masako Koyama
Kyoto Prefectural Police Force : Counter eCrime Division
Japan
 

Bio
13:15 Lunch
** Many Thanks to Microsoft KK for sponsoring lunch today **
 
14:30 Counter eCrime Operations Policy in Action

Delisting Hundreds of Rockphish Domains to Stop DNS Abuse
 

 

Bonnie Chun
Operations Officer
HKDNR / HKIRC
Hong Kong, China
HK Registry
 
Bio
15:00  

A ccTLD registry's perspective on Anti-Phishing
 

Hiro Hotta
Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd. (JPRS)
 

Bio
15:30   Response Handling:
A Proposal for a Unified Architecture for eCrime Response

 
Paul Ferguson
Trend Micro
Law Enforcement Engagement & Incident
USA 
 
Bio
16:00   Malware Analysis: Automation and Monitoring
 
Chris Horsley
JPCERT
Japan
 
Bio
16:30 Break
** Many Thanks to SecureBrain for sponsoring lunch today **

 
17:00 eCrime and the Global Communications Infrastructure

Review of ISPs Struggle with eCrime and the Role of Botnets in eCrime 

 

Ikuo Takahashi
IT Attorney

Satoru Koyama
Telecom-ISAC Japan
 

Bio

Bio

17:30   Botnets: A Plague of Neglect - The Crucial Changes Required to Staunch Runaway Botnets' Proliferation 
 
Randy Vaughn
Baylor University
USA
Bio
18:00 Domain Name System Policy Working Group Report Out Country Domain Governance (CDG) Project:
The Effect of ccTLD Operator Policies on Abuse Within ccTLDs 
 
Keisuke Kamimura
Center for Global Communications
Japan
 
Bio
18:30   Progress with registrars,
registries, and consumers
 
 
Rod Rasmussen
InternetIdentity
USA
 
 
Bio
         
19:00 Closing of Session APWG

Peter Cassidy
Secretary General
APWG
USA
 


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19:15 APWG Steering Committee Meeting    
         
  Late Night with the APWG   In informal gathering at a Secret Location to be announced during the Closing of Sessions

 

Location, Transport and Accommodation Logistics

This year's Counter eCrime Operations Summit is located at the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan. A business and government district by day and one of Tokyo's premier entertainment areas by night, Akasaka will be a perfect place for the APWG to hold the second instance of this annual event.

Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka
1-2, Kioi-cho
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8585

Phone: 81-3-3234-1111
Fax: 81-3-3262-5163

Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka is surrounded by landscaped gardens rimmed with cherry blossom trees -- a sparkling oasis within minutes of bustling shopping areas, popular tourist spots and the city's dazzling array of entertainment attractions.

If you are interested in reserving a room at this last date please contact the hotel directly at the numbers above.

Click here for helpful details on getting to the event hotel

Other Links:
Narita Airport Rail Guide

Basic Narita Transportation Information
 


 
 
Call for Presentations
APWG members, research partner and correspondents are invited and encouraged to submit their proposals for presentations and panel discussions to APWG Program Committee at proposals@antiphishing.org.
Vendor Sponsorship Opportunities

APWG is offering an opportunity to build relationships while marketing your company to a targeted audience of security, messaging and financial profesionals. 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 or chotchkee

There are a number of meal, break and entertainment sponsorship opportunities available for APWG members who want to use this 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.

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