- Toward a Universal eCrime Taxonomy for Industry and Law Enforcement; by Iain Swaine, Ensequrity.
- Budapest Convention on Cybercrime: Transborder Law Enforcement Access to Data; by Alexander Seger, Director of the Data Protection and Cybercrime Division of the Council of Europe.
- Adventures in Cybercrime Event Data Sharing; by Pat Cain, AWPG Resident Research Fellow.
ABOUT the Counter eCrime Operations Summit
CeCOS VI, the second APWG conference held in Europe, is an open conference for members of the electronic-crime fighting community, hosted by the APWG and its Conference Partner AVG, Program Partners: The Council of Europe and Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, and sponsored by AVG, Google, Microsoft, MarkMonitor, ESET, Telefonica and ICANN. The CeCOS programs are widely considered the most vital events to investigators and managers of electronic crime from across the private and public sectors.
At previous CeCOS conferences in San Francisco, Tokyo, Barcelona, Sao Paulo, and Kuala Lumpur,the APWG has drawn hundreds of delegates from law enforcement agencies, technology companies, financial services firms, security services firms, government agencies, law firms, consumer advocacy groups, and research centers from around the globe, bringing together some of the most advanced counter-electronic crime thought leaders from East Asia, South Asia, Europe, South America and North America.
A preliminary working agenda can be found at this APWG Web page
The links for registration Web pages for this APWG conference can be found here: http://secure.lenos.com/lenos/antiphishing/cecos2012/
APWG: Foy Shiver, +1 404-434-7282. fshiver(at)apwg(dot)org
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