Join us to learn about the leading cyberattack according to recent FBI reports. One of the more sophisticated attacks, business email compromise or email account compromise, has evolved to maintain efficacy which yielded cyber criminals over $12.5 billion globally according the FBI’s IC3.
During this session you’ll learn from Dean Kinsman, Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI Cyber Division in Nashville and Rafael Amado of Digital Shadows on how to identify and prevent business email compromise cyberattacks.
By attending this session you’ll takeaway:
- Trends in the evolution of the BEC attack vector
- Insights from specific BEC cases
- How to engage the FBI’s Financial Fraud Kill Chain
- Best practices gaining visibility into the BEC threats to your organization
- Strategies for fortifying your defenses
Supervisory Special Agent
FBI Nashville Cyber Division
Dean Kinsman started his career with the FBI in the Detroit Field Office in 2002 as a Cybercrime agent. From 2002‐2009 he investigated criminal and national security computer intrusion cases in the Detroit Field office. From 2009‐2011, he was assigned to FBI Headquarters in the Cyber Division and participated in several coordinated multinational searches and arrests of international Cyber subjects. In February 2012, he moved to the FBI Nashville Resident Agency to investigate cybercrime and became the supervisor of the Cybercrime squad in May 2017.
Senior Strategy & Research Analyst
Rafael Amado is a Senior Strategy and Research Analyst at Digital Shadows. His work has been featured in international media and industry press. His extensive research spans areas that include the WannaCry attacks, how organisations and individuals can combat the spread of disinformation and fake news, and trends within the cybercriminal ecosystem. And he co‐hosts the Digital Shadows podcast, ShadowTalk.