RSAC Special Edition Webcast: Anti-Fraud, Part 1

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Join us for Part 1 of this two-part Anti-Fraud webcast series, as host Cheri McGuire of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace dives deep into two hot-button topics: the evolution of cybercrime and the impact of ad fraud.


1:00 PM ET - 1:40 PM ET: How We Can Keep Up with Cybercriminals’ Evolving Business Models

Cyber-criminals are constantly innovating new ways to monetize data. This talk will review the criminal ecosystem and business models used to transition data into dollars. We will review trends like when credit cards became harder to get they went after gift cards; next they went after customer reward programs. Finally, we will cover how defenders can disrupt hacker business models.

Presenter: Steve Winterfeld


1:40 PM ET - 2:20 PM ET: Detecting, Disrupting, and Destroying Ad Fraud

Digital advertising has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry. Unfortunately, fraudsters have deployed bots to fake human interactions and subvert this industry and corrupt the underlying data. Utilizing the massive "3ve" fraud as a starting point, bot hunter Michael Tiffany of White Ops and former federal prosecutor Chris Ott discuss how to detect, disrupt, and destroy ad fraud.

Presenters: Christopher Ott, Michael Tiffany


2:20 PM ET - 2:30 PM ET: Q&A with all presenters


GIAC and (ISC)2 members are eligible for CPE credits for attending this webcast live. Learn more.

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Cheri McGuire

Non-Resident Scholar – FinCyber Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Christopher Ott

Partner, Rothwell Figg

Michael Tiffany

President & Co-Founder, White Ops

Steve Winterfeld

Advisory CISO , Akamai

Hackers & Threats Protecting Data & Applied Crypto

data security fraud hackers threats incident response intrusion preventiondetection risk management security awareness threat intelligence threat management

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