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Cyber Crime 2009

Cyber Crime 2009

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The 2009 “Tour of Cyber Crimes”
Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. (joe@uoregon.edu)
Room 142, Knight Law SchoolUniversity of Oregon6:00-7:50PM, January 13th, 2009http://www.uoregon.edu/~joe/cybercrime2009/Disclaimer: All opinions strictly my own.
Format and Disclaimer
Sean told me to plan on having about an hour to talk, which for me generallymeans building roughly 120 slides. If that sounds like a lot, relax! When Seantells me I'm out of time, I
stop. I won't run us late!Even though my slides may appear visually dense, I also promise I'm not goingto read from them – they're really just meant to:-- keep me on track,-- free you from the need to take notes as we cover this material,-- give you links to items for further study (if you're interested),-- help any of your classmates who may not be able to be here with us tonight,-- improve the accessibility of this material for those of you who may behearing impaired (I know I sometimes talk too fast, or some of you may thinkI have a funny accent)While I'd prefer to have this be a seminar-style dialog, since I don't know yourbackgrounds I've built this session as a lecture, but you should feel free to jumpin and ask any questions you have as they come up.As mentioned on the title slide, all opinions expressed are solely my own.Before we dive in, though,
is cybercrime really a national LE priority
Federal Law Enforcement Priorities
"After counterterrorism and counterintelligence, cyber crimeis our next priority
. Cyber investigations used to be done on anad hoc basis in many different divisions and programs. Last year,we created a Cyber Division which consolidated responsibility forinvestigations involving cyber viruses, privacy invasions, childpornography on the Internet and fraudulent e-commerce. FromFebruary to May of this year alone, we have opened over 90cybercrime investigations involving 84 thousand victimsworldwide and losses exceeding $162 million. These cases haveresulted in 97 arrests and 64 separate indictments for cybercrimeoffenses."
Robert S. Mueller, III, Director, FBI
, June 20, 2003http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/speeches/npc062003.htmSee also Robert Mueller's November 2007 speech,"The FBI: Stopping Real Enemies at the Virtual Gates"http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/speeches/mueller110607.htm

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