An FBI view of Cybercrime

The 21st century brings new challenges in which criminal security threats strike from near and afar through computer networks, with potentially devastating consequences and large financial impacts to commercial entities. A special agent from the FBI’s computer intrusion section will discuss the emerging threats in cyber-crime, both domestically and internationally. The FBI will present the most common cyber security threats and the methodology behind them. Ways to protect computer networks will be explained.

  • Date:Tuesday, March 10
  • Time:9:30 AM - 10:20 AM
  • Session Type:Concurrent Session
  • Audience Level:1
  • Learning Objective 1::Identify how cyber crime is evolving and understand the threats for all sizes of commercial enterprises
  • Learning Objective 2::Discover some of the ways the FBI is educating commercial companies to prevent unwanted cyber attacks
  • Moderator:Michael Speedling
Speakers
Paul Vitchock
Federal Bureau of Investigation
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