2018/04/30Financial Crime 2.0: International Cooperation Vital in Fight Against Cybercrime

Olivier is a Research Fellow at RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies. Prior to joining RUSI in 2017, he worked with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the global standard-setter in the areas of anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CTF), where he focused on evaluating the effectiveness of countries’ AML/CFT efforts. From…

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2016/06/13CHECK OUT the E-Guides published by the MagIT on January 2016 :

  “Critical infratsrutcure at the heart of cyberdefense challenges“ On how cyber risk is now increasingly taken into account in Western countries’ defense strategies. Also stresses the central role of national agencies in charge of information systems security.     « Security : a rapidly changing regulatory environment. » A paper that highlights the significant changes that will impact…

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2015/10/15Safe Harbor: May All Parties Assume Their Responsibilities! [by Olivier Iteanu, Cloud Confidence]

PRESS RELEASE  On 6 October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled Safe Harbor invalid. Safe Harbor is a programme designed in the late 90s by the United States government in negotiations with the European Commission to authorise American companies that join the programme to lawfully receive European personal data. In its press release…

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2015/01/19[Policy paper] Cybercrime and social networks: Dangerous liaisons

It was via Twitter that hacktivist group Rex Mundi announced that it had published the customer database of the Domino’s Pizza chain, after months of racketeering. It was also on this social network that, on 2 December, the group of hackers Lizard Squad claimed that they had hacked into Microsoft’s Xbox Live network. Another case in…

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2015/01/05[Contribution] Enhancing Cyber Security : the challenges in FYROM, Kosovo and Moldova [by Limaj Besnik, Adetef & Civi.pol Conseil Consortium]

The overall objective of the Project is to increase the security and resilience of Information Communication Technologies networks in the beneficiary countries by building and training local capacities to adequately prevent, respond to and address cyber attacks and/or accidental failures and by establishing an appropriate legal framework where applicable. The geographical scope of the project…

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2014/09/26[Publication] “What’s Next” Report Provides Insight on Advanced Evasion Techniques

Advanced evasion techniques (AETs) have developed quite a reputation in the information security sector, given their ability to disguise advanced persistent threats (APTs) and stealthily siphon out data. Although AETs have been active security threats for quite some time, several misconceptions remain. In an effort to dig deeper into how these threats are passing through…

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