The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) jointly with INTERPOL and the International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT) are organizing the INTERPOL-ITU-IMPACT Cybercrime Investigation Seminar, to be held from 19-21 February 2014 at the premises of IMPACT, Cyberjaya, Malaysia.
As we are witnessing the rapid increase in global cyber attacks, it is critical now more than ever for National CERT/CIRTs to strengthen cooperation and network with law enforcement agencies in mitigating these attacks. This seminar aims to enhance the capabilities of the law enforcement agencies and National CERT/CIRTs by increasing their understanding of cyber crime.
The seminar will begin by reviewing the common types of cyber crimes; how criminal activities are conducted on the Internet; as well as the tools and motivations driving the Internet as a medium for criminal activity. It will then examine how Internet crime is conducted for Botnets, DDoS attacks, illicit file hosting, underground economy marketplaces, spam, phishing, extortion, etc. In addition, common hacking activities through exploitation of web applications and remote operating system; social engineering; and drive-by malware attacks will also be demonstrated.
To register for the above-mentioned event, participants are kindly requested to complete the Registration Form and Accommodation Reservation Form, and then send them by email directly to
Ms. Hamnar Dooply (email@example.com) with copy to
Mr Sameer Sharma (firstname.lastname@example.org), by
13 February 2014 at the latest.
Travel arrangements, accommodation etc. should be made and costs borne by the participating administration or participants directly. Please refer to the Useful
Information for Participants for further details. To fully benefit from the seminar, participants are requested to bring their own laptops to follow the modules.
Should you need further information, please contact Mr Sameer Sharma at
email@example.com or Mr Raj Kumar at