This APWG Summer's End meeting and most all related research discussions
and presentations for it will be held at the US Secret Service headquarters
at 950 H Street NW in downtown Washington D.C. between 9th Street NW
and 10th Street NW. Count on two days of presentations, discussions
and break-out sessions for the sub-committees running from roughly
8:30 to 4:30 PM on each of those days. Register for this meeting after
reading this logistics memorandum by sending an email to email@example.com.
Please note that these meetings are only open to members of the
APWG holding memberships at or above the the Individual membership tier.
Please see the membership page at http://www.antiphishing.org/membership.html for
details. Membership is open to qualified financial institutions, corporations,
law enforcement agencies, public policy groups, solution vendors and,
by invitation, visiting scholars.
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for Sponsors/Presentations About the APWG
The US Secret Service headquarters is a secure federal building
and the central administrative site for one of the most important
federal agencys tasked with pursuing financial crime
in the United States. As such, the Secret Service requires without
exception that each visitor to
its headquarters submit their Name, Date
of Birth and Social Security number in
advance of his or her visit to the H Street facility.
The APWG is working with the Secret Service to facilitate the most
secure method to collect, transmit and destroy those data once they
are used. For now please sign up though the member's site:
https://antiphishing.kavi.com/events/september_meeting. Please do
not send date of birth and social security numbers until the APWG
completes organizing a secure system for transfer of those data and
publishes announcements on the members' site requesting them.
and Accommodation Logistics
The Secret Service headquarters is close to the MCI Center
on F Street right in downtown Washington, DC and within walking
distance of a number of hotels, restaurants, pubs, shopping
venues and museums, including the International Spy Museum
on F Street. As well, it is about two blocks away from the
Metro Center subway stop at 12th and G Streets NW.
This link delivers the names and locations of hotels and
motor inns closest to the Secret Service headquarters: www.hotels-rates.com/locationGeo.asp?pickGeo=true&getcode=true&choiceLon=-77.02514&choiceLat=38.89972&geoAddress=950+H+St+Nw&geoCity=Washington&geoState=DC&geoZip=20001&Submit=%3C . If you have trouble cutting and pasting
or loading the link, proceed to: http://www.hotels-rates.com/Washington/DC/usa/ and type in the US Secret Service HQ address (950 H Street),
(Washington) and State (DC) in the hotel search box in the
upper right hand corner of the page. It will bring you the
same list of hotels around the Secret Service headquarters.
for the Washington, DC Meeting
The agenda for the meeting continues to evolve, but here
is the latest look at the working sessions:
- SpearPhishing: What Happens when Phishers
optimize the list-creation aspect of phishing?
- Secret Service Case Studies
- Phishing Trends and Field Intelligence on
- Attack Response Forum: APWG members
propose a common template for logging phishing attack data
and a common protocol for data sharing in response and
take-down programs among FI, technical and law enforcement
- FSTC Counter-Phishing Initiative
- Future Phish Fights (a Presentation
by US-CERT and APWG)
- Sender ID In-Depth: A presentation
by Microsoft on e-mail authentication protocol as spamicide
to impede and thwart spam-based phishing attacks
- The European Perspective on Online Authentication
for retail banking
- Education Campaigns to Confront Phishers
with Forewarned and Forearmed Consumers (a Presentation
- ISP Roundtable (Private: for ISPs only)
- APWG Research Sub-Committees breakout
- APWG Board of Directors Meeting
- APWG Steering Committee Meeting
for Research Presentations and Sponsorships
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 Director of Research Peter Cassidy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inquiries from vendors interested in presenting educational briefings to the
plenary to be held during the Washington, DC meeting at breakfast and luncheon
sessions should send their ideas and inquiries to David Jevans at email@example.com
after reviewing the September meeting Sponsorship Memorandum available upon request
to APWG Chairman David Jevans or APWG Secretary General Peter Cassidy at firstname.lastname@example.org
invited to submit proposals for presentations and panel discussions to the group.
the Anti-Phishing Working Group