|Trends of Cyber Crime
About this webinar
Cybercrime affects hundreds of businesses around South Africa every day. Invoice diversions, Business E-mail compromise and online advance fee fraud are just a few examples of the digital risk businesses face. This webinar will explore the different core categories of Cybercrime that South African businesses face, how they’re perpetrated and ultimately where vital evidence may be left behind by the perpetrators. This webinar will also cover preventative best practices and fundamental incident response to preserve vital evidence.
Benefits of attending
- Learn to identify the different types of Cybercrime.
- How they are identified and where the evidence is most likely to be found.
- Understand the differences between the manner in which charges are laid with the SAPS according to the different crimes committed.
- Learn to protect yourself and your business against common Cybercrimes
Outline/content of the webinar
Cybercrime in South Africa (Overview)
- Cybercrime Categories:
- Business Email Compromise
- Phishing & Spear Phishing
- Preventative Measures & Best Practices
- Awareness Training
- Mail rules
- 2 factors Authentication
- Early warning signs
- Incident response
Craig Pedersen is a Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Cybercrime investigator and head of digital forensics for TCG Digital Forensics. He is the author of “The Investigators Guide to Open Source Intelligence” and a regular lecturer and investigator in the area of Cybercrime.
Having left corporate IT as the National Systems Administrator for Shell Oil (ARB) some 20 years ago, he opened his own company in the IT maintenance and support space. Growing from simple beginnings the company evolved to employing 20 staff between its Cape Town and Johannesburg offices catering to maintenance and infrastructure requirements of the SME market.
Early in the company’s evolution, it became active in the data recovery market which ultimately evolved to what is now the company’s Digital Forensics division. His early engagements with companies such as Cellebrite and Magnet have ensured that the company has at all times maintained a reputation for the best of breed technologies.
Craig tends to focus much of his time on the management of investigations within the company and developing Open Source Intelligence paths and tools to enhance data collection and analysis abilities.