#1301422: Conference: EU symposium on electronic crime research
Total registration is limited for this event.
Each registration will be verified and some spaces are limited to APWG Collaborator and Event Partners organizations.
eCrimeEU2020 is being presented in collaboration with INTERPOL, the official host of the event at the agency’s headquarters in Lyon, France this Spring.
eCrimeEU2020 will look into new and emerging challenges facing cybersecurity, the most common and predictable cyberthreats, and incident response at all scales.
eCrimeEU2020 presenters and delegates will review the development of response paradigms and resources for counter-cybercrime managers and forensic professionals in the private and public sectors – always with an eye to exploit opportunities to build bridges of cooperation between them.
Presenters will review case studies of national and regional economies under attack and examples of successful trans-national forensic cooperation. At the same time, eCrimeEU2020 will consider models for cooperation against eCrime and examine resources for cybercrime response and forensic enterprises
eCrimeEU 2020 will be held on April 15- 17 in Lyon, France.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
eCrime Research and Innovation Cryptocurrency and Cybercrime Tools and Responses
EU-funded H2020 Projects on Cyber Security
Case studies of current attack methods, including phishing, malware, rogue antivirus, pharming, crimeware, botnets, and emerging techniques.
LEAs case studies on contra-measures against electronic crime.
Technical, legal, political, social and psychological aspects of fraud and fraud prevention.
Malware, botnets, ecriminal/phishing groups and collaboration, or money laundering.
Techniques to assess the risks and yields of attacks and the success rates of countermeasures.
Delivery techniques, including spam, voice mail and rank manipulation; and countermeasures.
Cyber Security in specific markets: financial services, e-commerce, health, energy & supplies
Techniques to avoid detection, tracking and takedown; and ways to block such techniques.
Design and evaluation of user interfaces in the context of fraud and network security.
Best practices for detecting and avoiding damages to critical internet infrastructure.
Session/Talk submission: February 28, 2020
Author notification: March 12th, 2020
Conference: April 15-17, 2020
|Date added||Feb. 10, 2020, 11:17 p.m.|
|Venue||LYON, FRANCE , April 15, 2020, midnight - April 17, 2020, midnight|