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20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction
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20120613 e-banking fraud situation - BE law enforcement reaction

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Presentation given by FCCU at press conference on internet banking fraud at Febelfin on 13 june 2012 …

Presentation given by FCCU at press conference on internet banking fraud at Febelfin on 13 june 2012

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  • 1. « Security in e-banking is a shared responsiblity » Belgian Federal Judicial Police Federal Computer Crime Unit© Luc Beirens © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 2. Topics Scheme 2007-2012 Evolution Victims Money mules Criminals Future © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 3. e-banking fraud is only part of the cybercrime © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 4. Cybercriminals working together © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 5. Activity spying 5 6 4 Keylogging Local storage Surfing to banking website & Authentication Bank site eBank user 10 Bank account transfer Preparation Confirmation : Money transfer order 8 Screen injects Telephone calls Proxy 3 Hackers Knowledge database 7Money Mule Trojan Proxy 2 Use of 1 distribution intermediate campain systems Spam to control network Fake Company 11© Luc Beirens 12 Money collector 13 Money Mule
  • 6. 2007-2012 e-banking cases Experiences  e-Banking cases 2007 : handled seperately  Start of Federal Police - Febelfin cooperation Complaints => centralized information & analysis Engagement Police – Justice  Federal Prosecutor’s office coordinating Local Prosecutors  Investigating ICT traces : FCCU  Investigating Financial traces : DJF and FJP Bxl  Cooperation with Europol & Eastern European countries Success  Most with financial traces => money launderers ○ Several money mules brought to court in BE & abroad  Some coders / hackers still under investigation abroad © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 7. Success ? BE : less than 200.000 euro in 2011  Compared to 36 million euro in Netherlands Well protected BE payment systems Fast collaboration => know how criminals work Fast adaptation of techniques for detection, avoidance, damage control Awareness to large public  Press releases / information sessions  Websites on e-security © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 8. Victims ALL of them were infected with Trojans Some of them had several hunderds Trojans Very often no AV products Operating system / applications not updated Unaware of risks / methods © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 9. Who are behind the fraud ? Horizontal organized crime : specialized teams  Trojan developers  Botnet managers  Financial operators => information / operations  Money launderers => operations department Underground economy  Place where criminal specialists meet  Using encryption / hiding techniques © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 10. Underground exhange services
  • 11. Market of Trojans and botnets Zeus, SpyEye Self configurable Trojan kits with support Infection ways : mail, social media, P2P, web Integration of functionalities  Read, write, install access to harddisk  Internet connection interception and code injection  Keylogging  Screen captures  Webcam & microphone activation Managed over botnets © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 12. Money mules Several levels of money mules  1st level => in BE / 2nd level => after money transfert Organizers  Recruitment and managing money mules  Organizing – laundering operations New schemes to enable money laundering  Large expensive orders to shops / hotels – cancelled  New dating friends asking for money transfers Money mules used for different purposes  E-banking / Internet fraud © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 13. Evolution Trojans and botnets : multipurpose tool for cyber crime Cooperation Febelfin-Police : detect new modus Focus on awareness  Responsiblity of every party concerned Focus European and BE police strategy  Taking away the weapens of the criminals  Disrupting / dismantle botnets  Together with all other partners © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens
  • 14. Contact information Belgian Federal Judicial Police Direction for economical and financial crime Federal Computer Crime Unit Notelaarstraat 211 - 1000 Brussels – Belgium Tel office : +32 2 743 74 74 Fax : +32 2 743 74 19 Head of Unit : luc.beirens@fccu.be Twitter : @LucBeirens © 2012 FCCU - Luc Beirens

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