Since 2010, we've hosted the CyberCrime Symposium, bringing together experts from multiple disciplines who are dedicated to improving and enhancing cybersecurity and passionate about sharing their knowledge.
We're pleased to bring our annual symposium to the Portland Marriott Sable Oaks, November 2 - 3, 2017. Whether you are involved in operations, compliance, security or information services, don't miss this unique opportunity to gain actionable insight from your colleagues and from world renowned cybersecurity thought-leaders.
Our 2017 CyberCrime Symposium Program will once again be packed with an incredible line-up of speakers discussing the latest tools and techniques being used by cybercriminals, and most importantly, what you can do to enhance your organization's cyber resiliency. This year's theme is "Think Global. Act Local." Here's a sneak peek of what you can look forward to!
We are thrilled to have Chris Tarbell as our dinner keynote speaker. As an FBI agent, Chris infiltrated the hacker group Anonymous. He led the tracking and arrest of two of the most infamous figures in cyberspace – Sabu and Dread Pirate Roberts. And he was responsible for taking down the notorious dark web site Silk Road!
Back by popular demand, Regina Phelps, an internationally recognized expert in the field of crisis management and exercise design, will lead attendees in an interactive incident response exercise. You'll gain the knowledge you need to prepare your organization for a national or regional event.
Threat Hunting and Incident Response Specialist, Neil Wyler (aka the Grifter), will cover the basics of Tor, Darknets, Darknet Market places, and Bitcoin. He'll share concerns you may want to be aware of and his recommendations for making the use of them more secure.