Jul 29 - 30

Arlington, VA

Government Horizons Training Center

You Will Address: * A comprehensive look at 12 different criminal groups and how they operate online including: hackers, phishers, ID thieves, terrorists, activists, child pornographers, organized crime, black market goods distributors, espionage, human traffickers, drug traffickers, and lone wolves * The motivations and goals of these criminal groups * A review of various components of the Internet – where the dangers are, where the risks and vulnerabilities are, and what the criminals are doing online * Descriptions and explanations of the visible and hidden Internet and how these criminal groups are using the Internet to further their operations and business * Topics would also include trends – how organizations are currently being targeted, what the threats are and how to protect your organization * A presentation of future and anticipated threats – and how to combat them * Who are the threats in the cyber-world and what are they doing? * An understanding of the criminals’ sources, methods and operations * Mitigation Strategies – what can the organization do to combat these threats? * Anticipation of Future modus operandi – what will be the next move for these criminal groups and how can organizations decrease their vulnerabilities?

This training has been designed for those responsible for: * Management in the fields of Intelligence, Security, and Counter Terrorism * IT Security * Counter-Intelligence * Analysis and Investigations * Risk Management * Competitive & Business Intelligence

Registration Opens: 04/01/2010

Contact Name: Marilyn Clark

ph: 703-412-9283 x222 email: customerservice@governmenthorizons.org

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