HOURS

MONDAY 11TH June 2018

0800-0845

Registration & Welcome Coffee

0900-1000

Official Opening

Conference Coordinator Mr. Kyriakos Pierides

 

 

Address by the Chief of Cyprus Police

Mr Zacharias Chrysostomou

 

Address by the Executive Director of CEPOL

Dr. Detlef Schroeder

 

Address by the Attorney General

Mr Costas Clerides

 

Address by the Minister of Justice and Public Order,

Mr Ionas Nicolaou, on behalf of the President of the Republic of Cyprus

 

1000 - 1020

Opening by the Chair of the Conference, Mr. Nigel Jones

 

School of Law, Criminal Justice and Computing

Canterbury Christ Church University

1020 – 1050

COFFEE BREAK

 

 

SESSION Ι: Cybercrime Trends and Threats

 

 

1050 - 1120

Current & Emerging Threats: Internet of Things

 

Mr. Peter Zinn, ICT Security Specialist, Cyber Agent

 

1120 - 1150

Current Trends and Threats in Cybercrime as dealt by the F.B.I.

 

Mr. Aristedes Mahairas, Special Agent in Charge, Special Operations/Cyber Division,

Federal Bureau of Investigations (F.B.I.), U.S.A.

 

1150 - 1220

The Latest Cybercrime Trends and Threats

 

Mr. Jarek Jakubcek, Strategy Analyst, EC3, EUROPOL

 

1220 - 1250

Addressing the Evolving Cyber Threats – the EU Policy Response

 

Ms. Angelina Gros-Tchorbadjiyska,

DG Migration and Home Affairs Task Force Security Union, European Commission

1250 – 1320

Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks of Session I from the Chair

 

1320 - 1420

LUNCH

 

 

 

SESSION ΙΙ: Financial Aspects of Cybercrime,

Darknet & Cryptocurrencies

& Cybersecurity

 

1420 - 1450

The use of ICT tools as a double-edge sword. The OLAF perspective

 

Mr. Francesco Albore, European Anti-Fraud Office, OLAF

1450 - 1520

Challenges and Best Practices in Investigating Cryptocurrencies

 

Mr. Jarek Jakubcek, Strategy Analyst, EC3, EUROPOL

1520 - 1540

Implications and Challenges regarding Economic and Financial Aspects in Investigating Cybercrime cases

 

Captain Antonio Romano, IT Department, GUARDIA DI FINANZA

1540 - 1600

Emerging Threats in Cybersecurity

 

Mr. Andreas Iacovou, National Computer Security Incident Response Team – Cyprus

 

1600-1630

 

 

Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks of Session II from the Chair

 

 

1630

 

END OF DAY 1

 

 

HOURS

TUESDAY 12TH June 2018

0830-0900

Registration

 

Conference Coordinator: Mr. Kyriakos Pierides

 

 

SESSION ΙΙΙ: Best Practices and Training in the Area of Cybercrime,

Case studies

Chair: Mr. Nigel Jones

0900 - 0930

Training E.U. Law Enforcement Officers in preventing and combating Cybercrime

 

Ms. Silvia Smadova, Cybercrime Portfolio Manager, CEPOL

0930 - 1000

Cybercrime Capacity Building

 

Ms. Mariana Chicu, Cybercrime Programme Office , Directorate General of Human Rights and Rule of Law, Council of Europe

 

1000 – 1030

Addressing New Challenges in Cybercrime Education: The Agile Approach

How international cooperation facilitates national strategies

 

Mr. Yves Vandermeer, Chair of the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group

1030 - 1100

Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks for Session III from the Chair

1100 - 1130

COFFEE BREAK

 

1130 - 1200

IoT-Cyberattacks against Deutsche Telekom – Operation HARBOUR

 

Mr. Fred-Mario Silberbach, Head of Cybercrime Investigations, BKA Germany

 

1200 - 1230

Attacks on Information System with International Leads – Case study

Mr. Andreas Anastasiades , Head of Cybercrime Unit, Cyprus Police

1230 - 1300

The Challenge of Crime Attribution in an Ever Changing World

 

Mr. Nigel Jones, School of Law, Criminal Justice and Computing,

Canterbury Christ Church University

1300 - 1330

Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks for Session III

& Concluding Remarks from the Chair

1330 - 1400

 

Closing of the Conference by the Chief of Cyprus Police,

Mr. Zacharias Chrysostomou

 

1400

END OF THE CONFERENCE