Disrupting the BEC Criminal Ecosystem
Featuring The FBI and FS-ISAC
Wednesday, April 18th, 2018, 6pm
New models to combat Business Email Compromise (BEC)
Cybercrime lures criminals through huge potential returns with little risk of being brought to justice. BEC is the latest lure that has been wildly successful for cybercriminals. Join Elvis Chan, SSA with The FBI, Teresa Walsh, Intelligence Officer with FS-ISAC, Tom Brandl, CISO of Neustar and Dr. Markus Jakobsson, Chief Scientist Agari in an interactive and lively discussion as reveal insights into the criminal ecosystem and explore cutting edge of active defense measures to disrupt BEC cybercrime. What legal, technical and prosecutorial models can – and can’t – be applied to turn the tables and reverse the growth of criminal profits. Panelists will share insights into the BEC criminal ecosystem, BEC attack method intelligence collected through these infiltrations and describe how organizations can collaborate to fight back.
We must increase the risk and cost to criminals by empowering organizations to legally fight back.
Elvis Chan, SSA – FBI
Teresa Walsh, Intelligence Officer – FS-ISAC
Tom Brandl, CISO – Neustar
Markus Jakobsson, Chief Scientist – Agari
*Moderator: Patrick Peterson, Executive Chairman & Founder – Agari
Panel Event Details:
Date: Wednesday, April 18th, 2018
Location: Hotel Zelos (4th/Mission), San Francisco
6:00 – 7:00 Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, networking
7:00 – 8:00 Panel event begins
8:00 – 9:00 Cocktails, networking with panelists and your peers
*This event is by invitation only and limited to cyber security executives.
Agari Exclusive Event at RSA
What Agari will be talking about RSA?
Account Takeover (ATO): The Evolution of Advanced Cyber Attacks
Tuesday, April 17th 4:40-5:00p | South Hall Briefing Center
In this talk, Markus Jakobsson, Chief Scientist at Agari will…
- Reveal criminal use of corrupted accounts to launch targeted, scattershot attacks
- Show why corrupted accounts are bypassing existing security controls
- Uncover the cost of doing nothing and the best practices to protect against ATO