Tagged: cybercrime

Reminder: Event – Global Cybercrime Threat – Domestic to Int’l Cyber Investigation

Please join the Criminal Justice Institute, Criminal Justice Society, and Technology Encryption & Cyber Law Society on Wednesday, September 28 at 4:00 – 6:00 PM in Room OG-01 (Ottinger Building, Ground Level) for an event titled The Global Cybercrime Threat: And How One Successful Criminal Prosecution Brought Few International Cybercriminals to Justice. Come and engage with John Bandler, Esq., Pace Law Class of 2002 alumni, as he discusses a “groundbreaking investigation that started with a report of credit card fraud and eventually uncovered the global cybercrime industry with participants from New York and California to Ukraine and Russia.”

See the details of the event here.

Event: Global Cybercrime Threat – Domestic to International Cyber Investigation

Please join the Criminal Justice Institute, Criminal Justice Society, and Technology Encryption & Cyber Law Society on Wednesday, September 28 at 4:00 – 6:00 PM in Room OG-01 (Ottinger Building, Ground Level) for an event titled The Global Cybercrime Threat: And How One Successful Criminal Prosecution Brought Few International Cybercriminals to Justice. Come and engage with John Bandler, Esq., Pace Law Class of 2002 alumni, as he discusses a “groundbreaking investigation that started with a report of credit card fraud and eventually uncovered the global cybercrime industry with participants from New York and California to Ukraine and Russia.”

See the details of the event here.

Cybercrime in the World Today – upcoming event

Upcoming Event: Cybercrime in the World Today

By: Jessica Piperis

On Thursday, February 28, 2013, Pace University will be hosting a free event, “Cybercrime in the World Today.”  The event is being co-sponsored by the  Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Several common forms of cybercrime will be discussed.  One example is “skimmer fraud,” where a credit card is skimmed and the data on the card is electronically transmitted or stored. Credit card information such as account numbers can then be used to create counterfeit credit cards. Research results of a global survey of over 2000 financial professionals will also be discussed.

Program 

Introduction: Stephen Friedman, Pace University President

Panelist Introduction: Cyrus Vance, Manhattan District Attorney

Moderator: Paul Mahon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the US Secret Service New York Field Office

Panelists:

  • Helen Brand, CEO, ACCA
  • Kelly Bissell, Principal, Information and Technology Risk Management and Global Incident Response, Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Darren Hayes, DPS, Computer Information Systems Program Chair, Pace University
  • Joseph D. Leonard, Officer, Technology Services Group, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Christopher Novak, Managing Principal and Co-founder, Verizon Business Investigative Response Unit
  • David Szuchman, Executive Assistant District Attorney, Chief of the Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau and Investigative Division

The event will be held on Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM, at Pace University: Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts – 3 Spruce Street, Lower Manhattan.