Creating End-to-End Supply Chain Synergy

15 - 17 June, 2020 | Toronto, ON

Fighting Cyber Criminals that are Affecting the Supply Chain

Fighting Cyber Criminals that are Affecting the Supply Chain

The National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) was established in 2002 as a non-profit partnership between private industry, government and academia to provide a neutral, trusted environment that enables a two way collaboration and cooperation to identify, mitigate an disrupt cyber crime. 

  1. View NCFTA research on the online availability of pharmaceuticals including cold chain products on domains and trade sites, highlighting alleged available “stealth” or “discreet” shipping and the potential delays in shipments that could affect the integrity of the supply chain
  2. Describe the potential risks and implications posed by cybercriminals to the supply chain as well as provide an overview on threats posed by zerodays, malware, IoT vulnerabilities and other system issues that could affect the logistics and transactional steps involved
  3. Include how to follow transactions, evaluate vendor profiles, the challenges posed tracking cryptos, and a review of the use of the dark web by criminals

Presentation by:

  • Cliff Riggs, Intelligence Analyst III, The National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA)
  • Stephanie Walker, Intelligence Analyst, The National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA)

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