Cyber crime

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Cyber crime

  1. 1. PRESENTATIONOrganized Cybercrime ON CYBER CRIME
  2. 2. HISTORY  “With just a few keystrokes, cybercriminals around the world can disrupt our economy.” - Ralph Basham, Director of the U.S. Secret Service at RSA 2005. “With just a few keystrokes, I can turn those pundits off and watch porn instead.” – jrandom, NMRC,2005
  3. 3. OutlineThe PlayersThe WeaponsPrecision TacticsExamples
  4. 4. The PlayersFormer Soviet MilitaryRussian MafiaProfessional HackersSpammersTraditional MafiaBasic CybercrimeOrganizations
  5. 5. Former Soviet MilitaryMilitary industrial complex in Soviet Russia was even more corrupt than their USA counterpartsWith the collapse of communism, many upper military personnel in Russia had few skills that paid well Good at money laundering Good at moving goods across borders Connections with international crime
  6. 6. Russian MafiaDolgopruadnanskaya is the second-largestgang operating out of Russia. They areconsidered ruthless and also are believed tobe behind numerous current cybercrimeactivities.
  7. 7. Russian MafiaCybercrime elements are considered “divisions”  The actual hackers themselves are kept compartmentalizedDue to protection from a corrupt Russian government, most “big cases” do not net the big players, e.g. Operation FirewallWhen new hacking talent is needed, they will force hackers to work for them (or kill them and/or their families)
  8. 8. Professional HackersPaid per the job, usually flat ratesState-side hackers can earn up to $200K a yearThe work is usually writing tools for others to use, developing/finding new exploits, and coding up malware
  9. 9. SpammersThey earn millions per year selling their direct mail servicesThey are the main employer of professional hackers
  10. 10. Traditional MafiaThey are currently leaving most of the “work” to othersOnline ventures are sticking close to such things as pr0n, online gambling, etcThey are taking advantage of technology, using computers heavily, and using reliable encryption
  11. 11. Basic Cybercrime OrganizationsFluid and change members frequentlyAlthough the most troublesome, they are considered the bottom feeders Think criminal script kiddies This is usually who the Feds get, not the big guys
  12. 12. The WeaponsBotnets  Average size is 5000 computers, some have been as large as 500,000 computer.Phishing  You guys *do* know what phishing is, right?The usual Internet attack tools  Metasploit, etc

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