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#CyberCrimeCon21 #cybersecurity #conference #APT

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Ladislav Baco, head of research department at IstroSec, will share his findings about #APT campaign targeting European, governments, diplomats, individuals and think-tanks. Join the talk to learn about the tools and infrastructure used in the attacks.
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RedCurl, a Russian-speaking cyberespionage hacker group, has returned after a seven-month hiatus with new attacks on four companies this year while improving its toolkit to thwart analysis.

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CyberCrimeCon 2021 presents the conference’s second track: Espionage and Vulnerabilities!

Cyber #espionage is a devastating trend that has lasting effects not only on businesses, but even entire governments. Meanwhile, critical vulnerabilities, like the one that resulted in the “Zoom bombing” phenomenon of the early pandemic days, continue to affect everyday users.

This year, CyberCrimeCon will present all that you need to know about cyber espionage by the most notorious APT groups and vulnerabilities. Leaders from Group-IB and the wider cybersecurity community will present exclusive insights and share their predictions for what 2022 may bring.

We’d like you to meet the Track 2 speakers! Group-IB APT Research Analyst Nikita Rostovcev will share his findings on the notorious #APT41 group and its recent “world tour,” during which cybercriminals targeted dozens of companies in Asia, Europe, and North America.

If you have zero tolerance for cybercrime, tune in to #CyberCrimeCon2021 on December 2.

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What can be more exciting than a new APT group? Maybe an APT carrying out trusted relationship attacks while btw trying to mimic cybersecurity vendors?

On December 2, Denis Kuvshinov, the head of CTI Group at Positive Technologies, will share with you details on the newly discovered APT group ChamelGang that attacked numerous organizations worldwide.

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Meet Group-IB's CyberCrimeCon21 media partners!

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Attention all state-sponsored APTs lovers! On December 2, Group-IB Senior Malware Analyst Dmitry Kupin will analyze espionage campaigns of Chinese state-sponsored APT groups in APAC.

Starting with the analysis of Webdav-O malware, Dmitry will examine its links with the toolset of the hacker group #TaskMasters and will even go further to link this group to another Chinese threat actor — APT #TA428.


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Introducing Group-IB's CyberCrimeCon21 media partners!

CPO Magazine provides news, insights and resources to help data privacy, protection and cyber security leaders make sense of the evolving landscape to better protect their organizations and customers.
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On December 2, Senior Security Researcher at VNPT Cyber Immunity Quynh Le will share her findings about attacks on #Java deserialization.

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Introducing CyberCrimeCon21 media partners!

Cyber Defense Magazine is by ethical, honest, passionate information security professionals for IT Security professionals. #CDM's mission is to share cutting-edge knowledge, real-world stories on the best ideas, products, and services.

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#cybersecurity #distributor #India

Group-IB is pleased to announce it has signed a distribution agreement with the Indian branch of Ingram Micro, the world’s leading wholesale distributor of technology products and services.

Ingram Micro will grant organizations in the country access to Group-IB’s proprietary technologies dedicated to deterring and probing into cyberattacks, and safeguarding against online fraud and intellectual property misuse.

"We are excited to work together with Ingram Micro to boost our presence on the competitive Indian market. Ingram Micro’s strong position on the market will help Group-IB scale up its presence in India and further grow its business. Group-IB has been actively branching out into new countries in the Asia-Pacific, and it’s been part of our growth strategy to engage reliable partners who share our philosophy," comments Nishant Ranjan, Group-IB Regional Sales Director ASEAN & India.

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#CyberInvestigations #Italy #FakeCovidCertificates

⚡️⚡️⚡️Operation “NO-VAX FREE”!

Group-IB has assisted Guardia di Finanza (GdF), the Italian law enforcement agency responsible for dealing with financial crime, in the probe into the work of fraudsters who sold fake #GreenPass via #Telegram. The buyers were promised «authentic Green Passes with QR codes» — the proof of vaccination, a negative test or recovery from the COVID-19. The sellers claimed it was possible thanks to the complicity of health workers. In reality, they were nothing but fake.

Group-IB’s Amsterdam-based hi-tech crime investigation unit managed to confirm the existence of at least 35 Telegram channels offering for sale fake Green Passes, with their total audience amounting to about 100,000 users, and carried out a research to help reveal suspected perpetrators’ identities.

To get a Green Pass, the potential customer is asked to create a secret chat on Telegram with the seller — by doing so, threat actors hoped to protect themselves against potential disclosure. The customer is then asked to reveal their personal info that is allegedly contained in the QR code. After receiving the personal information of the buyer and the payment, threat actors either delete the chat and disappear, or send back a fake QR code.

According to Group-IB Digital Risk Protection (DRP) analysts, the average price for fake Green Passes sits at €100 and depends on its form — either digital or printed. The fraudsters offer their customers various payment methods, including cryptocurrency payments (Bitcoin, Ethereum), PayPal money transfer or voucher payments, like Amazon gift cards.
With the support of Group-IB, the GdF provided a complete report to the Milan Public Prosecutor’s Office, after which it embarked on a law enforcement action that led to several searches in Veneto, Liguria, Apulia, and Sicily. The suspects admitted the offence:
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On December 2, Security Researcher at Computest Thijs Alkemade will share his findings about hacking the pandemic's most popular software — #Zoom.

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#Europol #LawEnforcement #Carding

Group-IB supported Europol-coordinated Carding Action 2021🔥

Group-IB partook in the pan-European anti-fraud effort for the second consecutive year. The 3-month effort targeted sellers of compromised card details and prevented about €14 million in losses. The Carding Action was led by Italian law enforcement agencies and also supported by the United Kingdom and leading card schemes.

Although the results are still being analyzed, with information on 49,761 compromised cards (1/4 of the data provided by Group-IB) having been processed so far, it is clear that the savings for European citizens will exceed the Carding Action 2020 figures of €40 million.

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#CyberCrimeCon21 #cybersecurity #conference

Further insights into Carding Action 2021 will be unveiled by Jorge Rosal Cosano, Team Leader at the Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), at Group-IB’s CyberCrimeCon 2021 this Thursday, December 2.

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Group-IB is pleased to announce that INTERPOL Director of Cybercrime Craig Jones will be speaking at CyberCrimeCon21 on December 2.

Mr. Jones leads INTERPOL’s Cybercrime Directorate and serves as the Senior Responsible Owner (SRO) for its Global Cybercrime Programme, which strives to reduce the global impact of cybercrime by assisting law enforcement worldwide. Mr. Jones will give a presentation titled “Zero trust, why trust!

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