Category Archives: 2016

Challenges for a cross-jurisdictional botnet takedown

Practical case: how legislation can improve Law Enforcement effectiveness in pursuing criminals acting in an international environment What to do when criminals act as if they were multinational enterprises, delocalizing their criminal services across multiple jurisdictions? When Internet is borderless and laws are bound to territories, successfully disrupting a botnet

Cracking Banking Fraud

29th November – 14:00 – 17:30 – SEPARATE REGISTRATION NEEDED This workshop takes us into the world of banking malware, and more specifically into researchers’ chase after configurations – the attack books that dictate which banks are targeted and how. These precious ever-changing fragments of data and the continuous change in

MISP, the Threat Sharing Platform, a Developer Perspective to Extensions and Collaboration

29th November – 14:00 – 17:30 – SEPARATE REGISTRATION NEEDED MISP is becoming a key open source package for indicator and threat sharing in the information security community. MISP improved its modularity in the recent versions and propose various ways to use and extend the platform. The workshop will introduce developers

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