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Workshop Takedown Project: Cybercrime in Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks
Monday 02 October 2017, 08:00am - 05:00pm
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Cybercrime in Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks
Darknets, The Deep Web and Cybercriminals

The analysis of black markets is essential to understand the evolution of phenomena in the criminal underground. Black markets are the most important points of aggregation on the deep web for cybercriminal- and terrorist- communities; they represent a privileged place where the criminal offer meets a demand even more specialized. Looking at cybercrime activities, they are the place to go for DDoS attacks ordered or carried out for the purpose of extortion; theft of personal information, espionage, and blocking access to data on the infected computer for the purpose of extortion (Ransomware). The preferred currencies for transactions in the underground include Bitcoin, Perfect Money, and WebMoney, making it difficult for law enforcement to ‘follow the money’ while investigating these organizations.

Closed Work Group Session: Cybercrime in Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks
This session from The Takedown project aims to bring together researchers, technology providers, prosecutors and investigators from law enforcement, creating an ecosystem that investigates, detects and shares information about cybercriminal activities on the Deep web, and develops capabilities in evidence gathering and using evidence for criminal prosecution.

Topics:
Darknets / The Deep Web
Ransomware
Other new developments
Discovery – technical intelligence
Information Sharing
Evidence gathering
Using evidence

Restricted Audience !
This workshops aims to work on resulting towards the creation of an ecosystem and joint platform (development) requirements; for developing effective and efficient security solutions against organised crime and terrorist networks. To guarantee open discussions, attendance to this workshop is invitation only. Did you not receive an invitation, and think that you could add value? You may register via the event page; we will monitor the registrations and let you know if you are accepted.

Intended audiences:
Magistrates / prosecutors
Law Enforcement / LEA – investigators – team leaders
Technology providers / forensic experts / advisory services involved in Deep Web & Ransomware analysis and detection
Research experts, involved in researching The Deep Web, Darknets and Ransomware and Bitcoin Forensics

Practical Details & Registration:
Closed Work Group Session: Cybercrime in Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks
Monday, 2 October 2017 from 09am till 5pm in Brussels
Registration via the event page, LSEC will monitor the registrations; your participation is guaranteed after confirmation from the event organizers


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About the TAKEDOWN project
European Action against Organized Crime & Terrorist Networks

TAKEDOWN (http://takedownproject.eu/) is an EU-project for developing effective and efficient security solutions against organised crime and terrorist networks. It is a unique consortium including representatives from Government agencies, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, Industry and researchers, building an ecosystem and offering public information for first line practitioners and reporting digital OC & TN cases; as well as a specific solutions platform that is restricted for law enforcement and homeland security departments. The project is supported by the European Commission Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 700688.

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