The State of Cyber Crime and the elusive cyber criminals – targets and tactics
An overview of cyber crime, real world operational cases investigated and prosecuted, including organised crime groups attacking financial institutions, dark markets that facilitate cyber trade, internet frauds, phishing and hacktivist attacks.
Charlie McMurdie addresses the urgent, vital need for appropriate cyber security measures, both physical, human and digital, examining the strategic nature of the precautions required now and in the future and gives operational examples of investigations dealt with in the past. Covering hackers attacking governments, banks and retailers, organised criminals stealing our personal information, from state sponsored attacks to juveniles having fun. Charlie highlights how and why every organization is potentially vulnerable to Ransomware, Ddos and Data breach and looks at the impact and critical incident issues following attacks.
Presentation by Charlie McMurdie, former Detective Superintendent with 32 years of experience in the Metropolitan Police, who served as Scotland Yard’s head of Economic and Cyber Crime and built the Police Central e-crime Unit, a world class cyber crime capability and national cyber crime investigative and enforcement body of the United Kingdom. She was the country’s top law enforcement officer in the fast moving, complex, international world of hacking, cyber crime and online fraud.
Charlie McMurdie, cyber crime and security expert