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Fighting online crime
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Fighting Online Crime
This talk will cover how commercial antivirus labs operate today; What kind of systems are in use, how samples are collected and how they are analysed.
There will be also discussion about the changing enemy and about the current criminal trends and their origins.Topics:
Mikko Hypponen has worked with computer viruses since 1991. He is an inventor of several patents and has written for magazines such as Scientific American, Foreign Policy and Virus Bulletin. Mr. Hypponen works for F-Secure Corporation in Helsinki, Finland.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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