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Identify Theft Identify Theft Presentation Transcript

  • Identity Theft Jorge Sebastião Founder and CEO
  • May 2006 – Veterans Administration laptop with personal information on 26.5M veterans is stolen. “Total losses could top $500M.” – VA Secretary Nicholson Jan 2007- Hackers stole data from at least 45.7 million credit and debit cards at retailer T.J.Maxx – total costs could exceed $1.0B May 2006 – CIO, CSO fired Ohio University 137,000 student accounts compromised
  • More Stats
    • 2007 Breaches ID Theft Resource Center as of: Oct 2007
    • Total Breaches: 305
    • Records Exposed: 76,734,967
  • News
  • More sophisticated Attacks
  • What happens when Hackers grow UP? Criminals
  • ATM Attack-1
  • ATM Attack-2?
  • Skimmer • Capacity > 2500 credit cards • 40 hours Operations • Panic button can deleted information to avoid prosecution. • Cost = $500
  • Credit Cards for Sale
  • Identity Theft brokers
  • What Is Identity Theft?
    • Acquisition of key pieces of someone’s identifying information to impersonate them.
    • Includes:
      • Name
      • Address
      • Date of Birth
      • Social Security Number
      • Driver Licenses
      • Student Memberships
      • Mother’s Maiden Name
      • Credit Card Number
      • ATM PIN’s
      • Bank Account Numbers
  • ID Theft– The old way
    • Stolen wallets + purses
    • Pickpocket
    • Stolen mail (snail mail)
    • “ Dumpster Diving” and “Trash Rips”
    • Telephone scams
  • ID Theft– New Way Phishing / Pharming Hijack/Skimming
  • Online Applications Role **2007 top 5-WOASP attacks
    • Online skimming
    • Mal-ware
    • Key loggers
    • Social Engineering
    • Wireless phishing
    • Botnets
    • Spyware
    Victim's browser sends a pre-authenticated request to a vulnerable web application, which then executes hostile actions in the browser. Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) 5 Attackers can manipulate information exposed as a URL or form parameter without authorization. Insecure Direct Object Reference 4 Include hostile code and data in file accepted by web application, resulting in devastating attacks, such as total server compromise. Malicious File Execution 3 Injection occurs when user-supplied data is sent to an interpreter as part of a command or query. Injection Flaws 2 XSS flaws occur whenever an application takes user supplied data & sends it to a web browser without first validating that content. Cross Site Scripting (XSS) 1
  • Social Engineering
  • Social Engineering
    • … 70 percent of those asked said they would reveal their computer passwords for a …
    Schrage, Michael. 2005. Retrieved from http://www.technologyreview.com/articles/05/03/issue/review_password.asp?p=1 Bar of chocolate
  • People is the biggest problem?
  • WHAT CAN YOU DO?
    • DETER - Deter identity thieves by safeguarding your information
    • DETECT – Detect suspicious activity by routinely monitoring your financial accounts and billing statements
    • DEFEND - Defend against identity theft as soon as you suspect a problem
  • DETER = Protect
    • Shred all documents. Cross shred is preferred.
    • Do not carry extra credit cards.
    • Don’t give personal information over the telephone, or internet.
    • Remove mail promptly from mailbox.
    • Deposit outgoing mail at Post Office.
    • Don’t leave receipts at the point of sale.
    • Memorize pins, social security numbers, and passwords.
    • Sign all new credit cards.
    • Match receipts to monthly billing statements.
    • Notify Financial Institutions in advance of address changes.
    • Keep your information secure
  • DETECT
    • Be alert
      • Mail or bills that don’t arrive
      • Denials of credit for no reason
    • Inspect your credit report
      • Law entitles you to one free report a year from each nationwide
      • credit reporting agencies if you ask for it
      • Online: www.AnnualCreditReport.com by phone: …
      • or by mail: …
    • Inspect your financial statements
      • Look for charges you didn’t make
  • DEFEND = Respond
    • Place a “Fraud Alert” on your credit reports by calling any one of the
    • three nationwide credit reporting companies:
      • Equifax
      • Experian
      • TransUnion
      • Review reports carefully, looking for fraudulent activity
    • Close accounts that have been tampered with or opened fraudulently
    • File a police report
    • Contact the Federal Trade Commission
  • Online Resources
  • Old ID Systems ID CARD CPR CARD Driving License
  • Replaced by Modern ID Systems
    • Driving License
    • CPR CARD
    • ID CARD
    Storage CHIP All external information is duplicated In the Chip in addition to other data of the combined cards.
    • ELECTRONIC SECURITY
    • encryption
    Biometrics
  • Biometrics also victim
  • Banks Credit Card Technological Safeguards Truncation of Account Numbers CISP Verified By Visa Issuers’ Clearinghouse Advanced Authorization CVV Address Verification CVV2 Technology Innovations
  • Free Services to customers
  • End User Awareness
  • Questions? [email_address]