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SINGAPORE
November 28-29 2019
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This year's hottest topics
We will openly talk about the evolution of hacking groups, new vectors of attacks, international cyberterrorism, and the development of technologies allowing to protect private companies and government organizations.
CyberCrimeCon 2018 is:
• In-depth analysis of the most high-profile cyberattacks of 2018: new kinds of threats, methods and tools of hacking groups
• World-class expertise and cross-border exchange of strategic threat intelligence
• Best practices and tools for cybercrime fight
CYBERCRIMECON HAS NO:
• Unverified information
• Second-hand data and analytics
• Boring lectures
• Politics
CyberCrimeCon 2018 is:
  • In-depth analysis of the most high-profile cyberattacks of 2018: new kinds of threats, methods and tools of hacking groups
  • World-class expertise and cross-border exchange of strategic threat intelligence
  • Best practices and tools for cybercrime fight
CYBERCRIMECON HAS NO:

  • Unverified information
  • Second-hand data and analytics
  • Boring lectures
  • Politics
Conference Program
Day 1 | November 28 | Workshop day
WORKSHOP
Workshops (28 November) are avaliable on a paying basis

  • Workshops and Conference are held in English

  • Number of attendees is limited

  • Pre-registration is mandatory

Register
Registration
Workshop
The organizer reserves the right to accept or reject the registration, as well as request additional information
Day 2 | November 29 | Conference day
STRATEGIC STREAM
Know your adversary: real case overviews from forensic investigations

  • Cybercriminals get nabbed - start to arrest of cybercriminal groups
  • Advanced threat actor review - TTP modification in 2019
  • Recent state sponsored attacks on the industrial sector
  • Threat Hunting best practices experience sharing
TECHNOLOGY STREAM
Hunting trip: technology to apply for proactive defence

  • Recent threat research in the MITTRE ATT&K framework
  • Cybersecurity fusion: technologies & investigation practices
  • How to detect social engineering attacks in the era of digital trust
  • Real-life cases of improving threat hunting capabilities
Speakers 2018
Ilya Sachkov
CEO and Founder Group-IB
In 2003, as a first-year student at the Bauman Technical University Ilya founded Group-IB together with his classmates. Ever since the company has been pioneering incident response and cybercrime investigation practices in Russia and the CIS.
Group-IB team has been relentlessly gathering and analysing information about cyber criminals and their activity, as well as developing threat data collection tools and other services aimed at proactive threat hunting. These technologies formed the basis of its adversary-centric cybersecurity solutions. In 2014, Gartner named Group-IB among top 7 Threat Intelligence providers in the world. Later, the company introduced TDS (Threat Detection System) – intelligence driven network security solutions for proactive threat hunting and response, and Secure Bank – advanced fraud defense and user authentication technology, currently protecting over 70 million clients of online banking platforms. CERT-GIB (Computer Emergency Response Team) is one of the most experienced CERTs worldwide, with over 55 000 hours of hands-on incident response.
Ilya is one of the 27 prominent independent commissioners for the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace, a member of cybercrime expert committees in the Council of Europe and the OSCE. In 2016, he was featured in the global list of Forbes 30 Under 30 among the brightest young businessmen in "Enterprise Tech" category. In 2015-2017, Ilya was awarded with the EY Entrepreneur of the Year National Award three times in a row in the "Information Security for Business" category.
Dmitry Volkov
CTO, Head of Threat Intelligence Department
and co-founder at Group-IB
As a CTO, Dmitry is responsible for all the aspects of the company's technological development and transformation. He has more than 15 years of experience in fighting cybercrime internationally.
Since co-founding Group-IB in 2003, he has been a prominent voice leading the company toward becoming the go-to expert on Russian and international cybercrime. His team successfully conducted the first cyber investigations in Russia. They have identified and helped detain over 150 cyber criminals who targeted public and private companies worldwide.
In 2013, Dmitry Volkov became a member of the UN Open-ended Intergovernmental Expert Group aimed at conducting a comprehensive study on the problem of global cybercrime.
In 2015, Dmitry was listed by Business Insider as one of the top 7 professionals behind influential security companies.
In 2016, he also became a member of the Europol EC3 Advisory Group on Internet Security.

Takayuki Oku
Acting Director Cybercrime, Interpol
Mr. Takayuki Oku has more than 20 years of diverse and in-depth experiences in law enforcement related to Cybercrime particularly on intelligence, Digital Forensics, investigation, technological trend analysis and the development of public private partnership. During his secondment to INTERPOL in 2010 -2013, he initiated and managed various global cybercrime projects and contributed to the establishment of the IGCI and the framework of the cybercrime initiatives. According to his achievements and extensive knowledge, he was awarded with ISLA in Asia-Pacific by the (ISC)2 in 2013, and held the post of Research Fellow at the SCIS-Nikkei Virtual Think Tank during 2013-2015.

With a strong focus on delivering intelligence-led operational support to the member countries, he took initiative and led various activities of Cybercrime Directorate at INTERPOL. Seconded from National Police Agency of Japan to INERPOL in April 2017, Mr Oku serves as Assistant Director for Digital Crime Investigative Support. His concrete deliverables include capacity building and training on digital investigation and malware analysis; investigative support and coordination of various operations targeting cybercrime; leading discussions at the Working Groups; and developing Public-Private Partnerships.

Nicholas Palmer
International Business Director at Group-IB
Nicholas Palmer has been working with Group-IB for the last 5 years and has been committed to building the international business. Starting as an account manager and now leading the international business he has seen it grow to include fortune 100 companies from around the world. Before Group-IB, Nicholas worked for sales powerhouse, PepsiCo and before that got his technical background designing and launching broadband telecommunications services. Nicholas is also a frequent speaker at Countermeasures, Europol EC3, FS-ISAC, Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) and other private sharing groups.
Tim Bobak
APAC Business Development Director at Group-IB
Tim Bobak joined Group-IB in 2016
He is in charge of international business development in Asia and Pacific region.
Working closely with forensic lab and analyst team, Tim participates in comprehensive threat intelligence, complex anti-fraud and threat detection.
Tim actively shares Group-IB expertise at key cybersecurity and innovation events such as RSA, Slush, MRC, Cyber Security Forum, Information Security Summit and more.
Before joining Group-IB, Tim worked investigating fraud and financial crime on international markets.
Tim is interested in the intersection of crime and society in the digital realm.
Ryan Lee
Managing Director at Nova Systems
Ryan joined Nova Systems, an Australian-headquartered global professional services firm in 2015 to start the company's operations in Singapore. Since then, he has successfully established the aerospace and cyber security business units to serve clients from various sectors in Singapore and Southeast Asia. He also spearheaded the establishment of local research & development projects, focusing on unmanned technologies and cybersecurity, in collaboration with the Singapore Government.

Ryan's professional DNA is in the military, having served in the Singapore Armed Forces as a naval officer for nearly two decades before joining the private sector. His roles since span various domains at the senior and executive management levels, hence gaining a diverse and deep experience and perspectives of issues impacting organisations, companies and societies. He is currently deeply involved in developing Nova Systems' cyber security capabilities and range of services, with the vision to help organisations keep their business and mission critical systems secure and safe, whilst dealing with the challenges of digital transformation.


Yaron Hirsch
Lead Software Developer of Acronis.
Lead Software Developer of the cybersecurity team at Acronis, Yaron primarily focuses on the cutting-edge anti-ransomware solutions.

With more than a decade of experience in finance industry, Yaron has worked in Israel and Australia before joining Acronis team in Singapore.

ABOUT GROUP-IB
Group-IВ is one of the global leaders in preventing and investigating high-tech crimes and online fraud
16 years
of experience in preventing and investigating hi-tech crimes
1000+
successful investigations of high-profile cybercrimes worldwide
$300 mln
was returned to our clients due
to Group-IB's efforts

Official Interpol
and Еuropol partner
Recommended by the Organization
for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
According to Forrester and Gartner,
Group-IB Threat Intelligence is among the best services in the world

Leader of the Russian Threat Intelligence Market according to IDC report
Registration
Attend free
Participation in the Conference part (29 November) is free for attendees
Workshops (28 November) are available on a paying basis
Registration
Attend free
Participation in the Conference part (29 November) is free for attendees
Workshops (28 November) are available on a paying basis