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29 November 2019



Featuring a top-notch lineup of 20+ speakers, CyberCrimeCon is the must-attend annual event offering world-class expertise and cross-border exchange of strategic threat intelligence, best practices, and external and internal threat hunting tools.

For the seventh year in a row, CyberCrimeCon is powered by Group-IB, a Singapore-based provider of solutions aimed at detection and prevention of cyberattacks, online fraud, IP protection and high-profile cyber investigations. Group-IB is a partner of INTERPOL, Europol, and has been recommended by the OSCE as a cybersecurity solutions provider.

CyberCrimeCon is a surefire place to stay abreast of cybercrime trends and forecasts for 2020, recent financially motivated and state-sponsored threat actor groups, and proven practices for proactive defense and forensic investigations.

This year, the conference will welcome 500+ security practitioners and senior executives from the financial, telecommunications, IT, retail and government sectors and will offer the opportunity to build relationships in an exclusive environment that fosters dialogue, hands-on talks, vision sharing, continuous learning, and social networking.

CyberCrimeCon will take place for two days, starting with practical workshops during which participants will delve into the latest techniques of threat hunting, malware analysis, and incident response.

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