FBI and Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) to Present Keynote on the Underground Economy at RSA® Conference Europe 2009
It has just confirmed that Keith Mularski, Supervisory Special Agent Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Cyber Initiative and Resource Fusion Unit Andy Auld, chief of intelligence, e-Crime Department, the Subcommittee will be giving a joint lecture on Wednesday 21 October at 12.00 at the RSA Conference Europe 2009. Its titled “The underground economy will discuss the inner workings of the underground economy and how teams Cyber international law enforcement team up to fight cyber criminals and new threats.
Keith Mularski is a supervisory special agent assigned to the Cyber Division Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Mr. Mularski received his appointment as FBI Special Agent in 1998. After attending the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Washington was assigned to FBI Field Office where he investigated National Security Affairs for seven years. During this time Mr. Mularski worked on a number of high profile investigations such as research into spy Robert Hanssen, and the 9 / 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon.
In 2005, Mr. Mularski transferred to the FBI Cyber Division and is now detailed to the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The NCFTA is a joint venture between law enforcement, academia and industry that seeks to maximize the overlap public / private synergies of resources in a dynamic cyber powerhouse tactics and proactive responses to cybercrime. While detailed to the NCFTA, Mr. Mularski continues to successfully work with private industry experts from a number of joint initiatives such as Cyber Crime and Digital PhishNet Slam Spam projects. The insistence of Mr. Mularski has been in the development of the proactive initiative of Cyber orientation of international organized crime groups. More recently, he worked undercover cyber penetrate underground groups which resulted in the dismantling of criminal carding forum DarkMarket.
Andy Auld is the Chief of Intelligence for e-Crime Department of SOCA. He has worked in the production of intelligence and operations for 20 years, spent the last 5 major crime threats.
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