The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) will hold its 8th annual summit in San Francisco, next week, with 15 papers on cybercrime to be presented by industry and academic researchers.
The APWG was created to bring organizations and industries together to stand against cyber-crime and those involved are very excited about this year’s conference and about the research that has been done.
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Program Co-Chair Dr. Tyler Moore said, “Fighting e-crime requires more than a purely technical approach, and this year’s program reflects that: in addition to papers from computer scientists, we will hear the perspectives of economists, criminologists and political scientists. The breadth of topics presented is also great. Topics include underground markets, malware, counterfeit goods, money laundering with digital currencies, online dating crimes, and of course, phishing.”
In order to get a taste of what is to be presented at the conference, you may browse the abstracts (summaries) that have been made available by APWG.
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