Cybercrime and the Dark Web
Criminals looking to buy or sell their illegal items have long depended on the black market to conduct their trades. With the evolution of technology, we have brought these markets to the internet.
We will explore the different aspects of the internet, including the surface web, deep web, and dark web. The deep and dark parts of the internet allow criminals to exchange illegal goods and services, such as Silk Road.
Cybercriminals are also leveraging the web to buy and sell their stolen data or cyber products and services. Understanding how the internet is leveraged for crime gives us a better understanding how to protect our institutions. We will also explore the types of cybercrime affecting financial intuitions and how to counter these risks.Covered Topics:
In this session, we will discuss the following:
- Different dark parts of the internet
- Buying and selling cybercrime
- Cybercrime fraud trends
- Advanced Cybersecurity Controls
- Leveraging Information Security Programs
- Education and Awareness
Join us in this session and we will do a live demo of the Dark Web.Who Should Attend
Information Security Officer, IT Manager, Risk Officer, Internal Auditor, Board members, or other management team members looking to explore the dark web and reduce cyber risks.The Presenter
Chad Knutson is a Senior Information Security Consultant and serves as President of the SBS CyberSecurity out of Madison, SD. SBS is a leader in information security consulting for the financial industry in the US. SBS works with more than 900 banks around the country on information security services such as the development of Information Security Programs, Policies, and Risk Assessments, along with performing IT Audits, Penetration Tests, Vulnerability Assessment and other security services.
Chad is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified in Risk and Information Security Controls (CRISC), and received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and his Master of Science in Information Assurance with an emphasis in Banking and Finance Security from Dakota State University. Chad has been with SBS since 2004 and has consulted with many financial institutions during this time.