Monday, 19 December 2011

Cyber (Crime / Espionage / Terror)

The lecture series, Cyber (Crime / Espionage / Terror) is on tonight.

This is part 2 of "Cyber Terror" and is lecture 6 of 24.


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Lecture 6 in a series of 24. 

We have just seen the largest cyber espionage incident in recorded history and it is only set to get bigger. The rise of cyber based groups engaging in hactivism is creating chaos, but it is only the start as these groups start to do more damage. Al-Qaeda and other pure terror groups have been on the back foot unable to leverage the social aspects of Web 2.0, but will this change as groups such as 

Anon and LulzSec define a distributed model for social malfeasance?

 Add to this criminal controlled botnets of millions of zombie hosts and the decade is set to be the decade of the hack!

In this lecture, we focus on Cyber Terror. This will be the next in 4 lectures detailing the rise and development of cyber terror and its links to traditional criminal enterprises (including the drug trade, prostitution and smuggling), states and more.

Presented by Dr Craig Wright of Charles Sturt University [1] and the Global Institute for Cyber Security + Research [2].

Title:
Cyber (Crime / Espionage / Terror)
Date:
Monday, December 19, 2011

Time:
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM AEDT

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