Convergence isn’t a new fact in information security. For a while, we’re speaking about “security convergence” while two, at the beginning, distinct principles or functions are mixed to tend toward or achieve union or a common conclusion or result (as defined by Wikipedia). A good example is the combination of
I’m back from the last ISSA-Be meeting held in the Verizon offices in Leuven. Today’s topic was “Cybercrime: The actors, their actions, and what they’re after“. The speaker was Matthijs van der Wel, EMEA, manager of Verizon Business’ Forensics practice, who contributed to the Data Breach Investigation Report. The talk
As I wrote in a previous blog post, I went to the FIC2010 conference last week. One of the talks I attended was about the “2centre” initiative. 2centre (“2c” for “cc”) means “Cybercrime Centers of Excellence Network for Training, research and Education“. Those centers of excellence focus on law enforcement.
I’m back from Lille (France) where was organized the 4th edition of “FIC” – “Forum International sur la Cybercriminalité” – during two days. This was my first edition and I was pleasantly surprised: I was a bit afraid to attend an event organized in France for French speaking people about