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B centre presentation, 28-3-2012

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The challenges on cooperation concerning cyber crime.

The challenges on cooperation concerning cyber crime.

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  • 1. Future challengesor bears on the road? Wout de Natris, De Natris Consult Conference on National Information Sharing Brussels, Wednesday 28 March 2012
  • 2. De Natris Consult Started in January 2011 Experience in:  Spam and malware enforcement  Anti spam-law, enforcement tools and procedures  Training  Chairing (inter)national cooperation groups  Liaising
  • 3. An overview1. Cooperation, coordination, commitment2. Data centre initiatives in the EU3. The power of data4. The future: results
  • 4. Many partners, laws, issuesSpam Mis- lead Frau- de Phi- shing Bots War
  • 5. Cooperation, commitment Quite possibly conflicting interests What are issues that need mitigation? Recommendations: engage with:  End users  Government, CERT, Law enforcers, Universities  Industry  ISPs, mobile, anti virus vendors, banks, critical infrastructure, Internet industry, …?
  • 6. Coordination, commitment Several different organisations Different jurisdictions Different enforcement tools Different priorities, resources, issues Are you aware of each others potential, resources, know how, etc.?
  • 7. National strategy? Down side: it takes longer, more parties involved Upside: focus, priorities, commitment and budget The one, bottom up, does not exclude the other, top down
  • 8. Confront challenges Cooperation, PPP Sharing data & privacy Botnet mitigation Laws & regulatory issues Financial , resources Education, training, awareness
  • 9. The power of data Data gathered from endusers and industry Data analysed Data shared, with:  (Critical) Industry  Botnet mitigation  Academia  Domain name & IP resource organisations  Hostings companies  LEA
  • 10. Data centre initiatives Spot Spam (EU, eco) and Signal Spam (Fr) German botnet mitigation centre at eco Initiatives in Nl, Bu, Lu, EU, Sw, De, It, Sp, Ee Expressed interest in Be, UK, Zw Looking for funding, data and purpose No overview of activities Microsoft sponsored survey by De Natris Consult
  • 11. Data centres Go the road alone or together? Financial advantage Strategical advantage Tactical advantage
  • 12. A bear or a challenge? To engage To coordinate To cooperate To commit To provide, analyze, accept and share data
  • 13. The results Result 1: transparent, objective data Result 2: coordinated actions Result 3: informed partners Result 4: no more hiding
  • 14. Thank you! Interested in my views? De Natris Consult Wout de Natris denatrisconsult@hotmail.nl +316 4838 8813