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Cybercrime and Cybersecurity

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
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The fight against cybercrime will become a key question of the digital information society. How can more effective methods of prevention and international cooperation limit the damage?

Speakers

Associate Director, Cyber Security Centre; Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford Abstract
Over the last two years, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime conducted a comprehensive study on preventing and combating cybercrime, using extensive interviews and detailed questionnaires completed by 69 states and a number of non-governmental organisations. Dr Brown was part of the team producing the final report. In this talk he'll describe the key findings, which cover:

- The impact of fragmentation at international level and diversity of national cybercrime laws on international co-operation;
- Formal international co-operation in criminal matters involving cybercrime and electronic evidence for all crimes;
- The role of evidence 'location';
- Harmonisation of national legal frameworks;
- Law enforcement and criminal justice capacity;
- Cybercrime prevention activities.
Director, Federal Office of the Protection of the Constitution, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Vienna
Forensic IT Specialist and Security Analyst, Department of Justice, Federal Ministry of Defence, Bonn Abstract
5 Fragen, die Sie sich stellen sollten:

1. Was ist eigentlich Cybercrime? Versuch einer Abgrenzung
Kriminell ist wer gegen Gesetze verstösst - oder?
+ die Organisierte Kriminalität (OK)
- Zielsetzung: Geldbeschaffung
- Methoden: phishing, Farming, Carding, Computerbetrug (u.a.)
- Rechtliche Wertung: Straftaten nach dem Strafgesetzbuch
+ Cyberaktivisten (z.B. Anonymous)
- Zielsetzung: Durchsetzung politischer Interessen
- Methoden: Computersabotage und Computerspionage
- Rechtliche Wertung: Straftaten nach dem Strafgesetzbuch
+ staatlich gesteuerte Angriffe
- Zielsetzung: Durchsetzung politischer und wirtschaftlicher Interessen
- Methoden: Computersabotage und Computerspionage
- Rechtliche Wertung: Straftaten nach dem Strafgesetzbuch

2. Wohin geht die Reise? - Trends
+ das Beispiel der Bulletproofhoster - „Legaler“ IT-Service für die OK
+ Advanced Persistant Threats - China, Russland, Kamerun
+ Combined Attacks - das Beispiel HB-Gary
+ Cyber Terrorismus - die unterschätzte Gefahr

3. Was macht eigentlich die Cyber Security? - Verwalten oder Gestalten
+ Maßnahmen zur Computer-Sicherheit schützen nicht vor gezielten Angriffen
+ Social Media Unsecurity
+ Cyber intelligence - auch für Unternehmen ein Thema

4. Was könnte man machen, wenn es die Juristen nicht gäbe?
+ Backhacking
+ Darf ich ein Botnet schließen? Zitadel und Co
+ Harmonisiertes IT-Recht - eine Fiktion
+ SOPA, ACTA und Co - der Versuch einer Regulierung

5. Wieviel Sicherheit verträgt die Freiheit?
+ Cybercrime ist nicht das Problem
+ Life-Destroyer - Onlinepranger - Shitstorm: die sozialen Medien sind nicht sozial
+ Arabischer Frühling, Dissidenten und Co - Demokratie in der Informationsgesellschaft
+ governmental control & controlled government
- Kontrolle durch Behörden nur mit Kontrolle der Behörden
Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge; Senior Adviser, Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna Chair

Ph.D. Ian BROWN

Associate Director, Cyber Security Centre; Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

 Dr Ian Brown is Associate Director of Oxford University's Cyber Security Centre and Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute. His research is focused on information security, privacy-enhancing technologies, and Internet regulation. He is an ACM Distinguished Scientist and BCS Chartered Fellow, and a member of the Information Commissioner's Technology Reference Panel. Since 1998 Dr Brown has variously been a trustee of Privacy International, the Open Rights Group, the Open Knowledge Foundation and the Foundation for Information Policy Research and an adviser to Greenpeace, the Refugee Children s Consortium, Amnesty International and Creative Commons UK. He has consulted for the US Department of Homeland Security, JP Morgan, Credit Suisse, Allianz, McAfee, BT, the BBC, the European Commission, the Cabinet Office, Ofcom, and the National Audit Office.
 Dr Brown's work has been covered by the BBC, CNN, CBC, Al Jazeera, and numerous newspapers and magazines. He has written for the Financial Times, Daily Telegraph and Guardian. In 2004 he was voted as one of the 100 most influential people in the development of the Internet in the UK over the previous decade.
 
2007-2008 Research Fellow
since 2009 Senior Research Fellow (OII)
since 2012 Associate Director (Cyber Security Centre)

Mag. Peter GRIDLING

Director, Federal Office of the Protection of the Constitution, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Vienna

 Eintritt in die österreichische Bundesgendarmerie am 1.4.1977 und Verwendung in verschiedenen Funktionen bis 1992. Von 1992-1995 Referatsleiter in der Gruppe Staatspolizeilicher Dienst. Im November 1995 Bestellung zum Leiter der Einsatzgruppe zur Bekämpfung des Terrorismus. Im Rahmen dieser Funktionen Vertretung Österreichs in verschiedenen Foren, sowohl in der EU als auch international. Von 2002-2008 Leiter der Terrorismusabwehr bei Europol in Den Haag und Vertretung Europols in Brüssel sowie in zahlreichen internationalen Konferenzen. Seit 1.3.2008 Direktor BVT.

Volker KOZOK

Forensic IT Specialist and Security Analyst, Department of Justice, Federal Ministry of Defence, Bonn

seit 2004 Referent, Bundesministerium für Verteidigung
  Sachverständiger Zeuge / IT-Forensiker
2001-2002 Leiter der Ausbildung CERTBw
2002-2013 Head of Delegation US-Studytour
2009-2013 Conference Director "International Bulletproofhosting & Botnet Conference"

BA, MSc Alexander KLIMBURG

Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge; Senior Adviser, Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna

 Since joining the oiip in October 2006, Alexander Klimburg has acted as an advisor to a number of different governments and international organizations on various issues within cybersecurity, Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), and EU Common and Foreign Security Policy (CFSP). Mr. Klimburg has partaken in international and intergovernmental discussions, has acted as an advisor to the Austrian delegation at the OSCE, and has been a member of various European and international policy and working groups. He regularly advises on national and European cybersecurity legislation. Before joining the Institute, Mr. Klimburg worked in IT-related consulting and finance in Europe and Asia. He holds a BA degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London) and received his MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London).

Technology Forum

show timetable

22.08.2013

10:00 - 12:30Technology Brunch hosted by Standortagentur TirolPartner
13:00 - 13:10Opening of the Alpbach Technology Forum 2013Plenary
13:10 - 13:45Innovation and PolicyPlenary
13:45 - 15:15Future Innovation - International PerspectivesPlenary
15:40 - 16:40Graphene - A Great Hope of Future Technologies?Plenary
16:40 - 18:00From Research to Economic SuccessPlenary
20:00 - 21:45Our Place in the UniversePlenary
21:45 - 00:00Career Lounge hosted by the Organisers and Siemens AG ÖsterreichSocial
21:45 - 00:00Evening Reception hosted by Forschung AustriaSocial

23.08.2013

08:30 - 15:00Working Group 05: The Potential of the Alps: Focus Sustainable Use of ResourcesBreakout
09:00 - 18:00Junior Alpbach - Science and Technology for Young PeopleBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Special Event: RTI Internationalization in Austria - Strategic RecommendationsBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 01: The Value Chains of the FutureBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 02: To Develop the Future - Tomorrow's Innovation as Exemplified by International Leading EnterprisesBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 03: Smart City - Pathways to Future Urban MobilityBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 04: "Frontrunner", a New Approach in RTI PolicyBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 06: The Potential of ICT Tools in Open Innovation ProcessesBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 07: Web attack! The Fight against Hackers and Data LossBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 08: Industry 4.0 - Impact on the Future of Working LivesBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 09: Green Tech: Visions and Business of eco-mobilityBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 10: Identity 2.0: Digital ManBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 11: Intellectual Property Management - Conditions for Prosperity and SuccessBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Working Group 12: Secure Society = Secured Future = Security ResearchBreakout
09:00 - 15:00Ö1 Children's University Alpbach - Science and Technology for KidsBreakout
16:00 - 17:30i-Learning - The Future of Learning in the Digital WorldPlenary
17:45 - 20:00Challenges for Biomedical ResearchPlenary
20:00 - 22:00Open Dialogue - Smart Mobility for Smart CitiesPartner

24.08.2013

09:30 - 10:15Planning Innovation: At the CrossroadsPlenary
10:15 - 12:00Cybercrime and CybersecurityPlenary
12:15 - 13:15The Wonderful World of Quantum MechanicsPlenary
13:15 - 13:30Closing Statement of the Alpbach Technology ForumPlenary
13:30 - 14:00Snack Reception hosted by the OrganisersSocial