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International Conference on Making the UK and Europe a Safer Place to Live and Work Online (January 2018)

The Cyberforensics and Security Innovation Group at Canterbury Christ Church University have been busy organising the International Conference on ‘Making the UK and Europe a Safer Place to Live and Work Online’.

This conference is particularly aimed at those engaged in law enforcement, working in the cybersecurity and digital forensics indusrty, and in academia.

Speakers confirmed to deliver presentations at the conference are:

  • Prof Alastair Irons, Chair, BCS Cybercrime Forensics SG: Cybercrime and Security Scenario – An Overview
  • Jussi Aittola, National Bureau of Investigation, Finland: Virtual Currencies – Risk, Possibilities and Legal Challenges
  • Ian Howard, Cyber Threat Hunter, 7Safe: How to deal with Ransomware and Blended Threats
  • Yves Vandermeer, Chair, Europol-ECTEG: Capacity Building – A European Initiative
  • Floren Cabrera F. de Teresa, CEO, Bitbond Ltd: Security Framework for IoT
  • Mike Bursell, Chief Security Architect, Red Hat: Open and secure: present and furture
  • Jonathan Haddock, Network Security Engineer, Local Government: Network Security and Incident Management

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Training EU law enforcement officers

paul-and-georginaDr Paul Stephens, Director of Computing, Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity and Georgina Humphries, University Instructor in Computing spent last week in Ireland presenting a course with colleagues from University College Dublin and Norwegian Police University College to Law Enforcement Officers from across the European Union.  The course sought to teach investigators how to retrieve digital evidence and gather intelligence using the Python programming language.  Funding for the initiative was received from the European Commission and was held under the auspices of the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG) whose activity is coordinated by Europol.