Recent Trends in Cybercrime

2018-02-22 18:00:00 2018-02-22 19:30:00 Europe/Helsinki Recent Trends in Cybercrime Who are cyber criminals, how are they organised, what tools do they use, and how do they choose their victims? Are we all targeted or are some of us more vulnerable? What is being done by law enforcement? http://biz.aalto.fi/en/midcom-permalink-1e80b45ae1c15cc0b4511e88630ef6cd40ff602f602 Otakaari 24, 02150, Espoo

Who are cyber criminals, how are they organised, what tools do they use, and how do they choose their victims? Are we all targeted or are some of us more vulnerable? What is being done by law enforcement?

22.02.2018 / 18:00 - 19:30
Dipoli, Lumituuli Auditorium, Otakaari 24, 02150, Espoo, FI

Yves Vandermeer, Chair of the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group, will reveal the latest trends in cybercrime.

Cyber security is a trending topic nowadays, but what about cybercrime, dark markets and crypto currencies? Who are the cyber criminals, how are they organised, what tools do they use, and how do they choose their victims? Are we all targeted or are some of us more vulnerable? And finally, what is being done by law enforcement?

The lecture is open for all and free of charge, but requires registration in advance at https://haic-public-outreach.eventbrite.com.

Doors open at 17.30. The lecture will be approx. 45 min long after which there will time for questions and discussion.

This lecture is if the first in a series of public organised by Helsinki-Aalto Center for Information Security HAIC. The lectures are for anyone interested in the topics, no prior expert knowledge in computer science or related fields is required!

About the speaker: Yves Vandermeer holds an MSc in Computer Forensics, and has 20 years of experience in law enforcement as a computer crime and computer forensics practitioner. Since 2017, he has been working for the Norwegian Police University College where he carries out research on file systems forensics, live data and network forensics. His focus is on delivering knowledge and tools to law enforcement practitioners and improving computer crime fighting and computer forensics handling. As chairman of the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group, Yves promotes cooperation between Academic and LEA worlds, bringing topic experts together to raise expertise and address identified cyber training needs.