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Fighting Russian Cybercrime Mobsters: by Dmitri Alperovitch and Keith Mularski

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Fighting Russian Cybercrime Mobsters: Report from the Trenches A Supervisory Special Agent from the FBI and a native Russian security researcher join forces to present an in-depth insider view of the most prominent cases against Russian and other Eastern European-based online crime syndicates of the past decade. Learn about their experiences gained from being in the middle of major international cybercrime investigations by US law enforcement. The talk will include an in-depth discussion of the investigation into the DarkMarket carding forum, the biggest cybercrime operation by the FBI of 2008, by the agent who has spent 2 years undercover working to identify and shutdown the leading criminals in the organization.

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