The fifth IEEE eCrime Researchers Summit 2010 once again will be held in conjunction with the 2010 APWG General Meeting between October 18-20, 2010 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. See http://ecrimeresearch.org.
The Anti-Phishing Working Group has asked its members to publicize the forthcoming Counter eCrime Operations Summit in Brazil, which I'm pleased to do. This year the APWG is hosting it's fourth annual Counter eCrime Operations Summit (CeCOS IV) on May 11, 12 & 13 in São Paulo, Brazil. The Discounted Early Bird Registration rate will
So, back in harness. I’ve been away for a couple of weeks: not on holiday as such, though I did take some days out, but concentrating on writing: it didn’t hurt that I didn’t have a full-strength internet connection to distract me, though. Before I left, I was interviewed by a Turkish security site. It
Here are one or two resources some of you might find useful and interesting. Infragard and the Center for Information Security Awareness have a Security Awareness in the Workplace program that looks worth a closer look. It consists of 14 separate lessons addressing key information security issues "that can impact in the workplace". The free lessons
Responding to a request for information about phishing and malware distribution mechanisms this morning, I happened upon a link on the Anti-Phishing Working Group site to the Silver Tail blog The site has been running a series of blogs on "Online Fraud from the Victim’s Perspective". Author Laura Mather tells the story of two victims,
A new advisory from the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) offers advice to website owners on what actions to take when notified that their site or server has been compromised for use by phishers. At 18 pages, it’s a substantial high-level document, including: Some web site phishing attack and response scenarios Identifying an attack Reporting a
ICANN’s Fast Flux Working Group recently announced an Initial Report. In fact, it also offered a 20 day window for submitting comments on the report, but I missed that, as I was travelling and didn’t read that particular email. Perhaps you did better, in which case you probably won’t be much interested in this blog.
We’re very interested in the whole Phishing problem, not just the malware/banking Trojans side of the issue. So while free publicity for job sites is not exactly the business we’re in, I thought you might find this item interesting. The PhishBucket site describes itself as a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting job seekers from fraudulent