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In July 2016, the ATM heist of Taiwan First bank is based on well-known Carberp malware family. The threat of cybercrime is becoming increasingly complex and diverse on putting citizen’s data or money in danger. Cybercrime threats are often originating from trusted, malicious, or negligent insiders, who have excessive access privileges to sensitive data. The analysis of ATM heist threats presents many opportunities for improving the quality and value of digital evidence. This talk will introduce some OSINT methods that can help investigators to perform a cybercrime investigation process in a forensically sound and timely fashion manner. This talk further points out cybercrime investigation, digital forensics, and ICT governance for fighting against cybercrime issues. It requires the sincere examination of all available data volumes at a crime scene or in a lab to present digital evidence in a court of law.