This webinar, which which was aimed at the Asia-Pacific region was held on Thursday 19th of April. It was put on by the Loyalty Fraud Prevention Association with the IT Security Firm, Foregenix. It focused on the following information:
• Overview of botnets
• Use of botnets
• Countermeasures for botnets
• Overview of a password attacks
• Review of password attack methods
• Mitigations for password attacks
To obtain the recording from this webinar, click on the button above for "Sign up for Conference Presentations" and request the recording of the "Botnet & Password Attacks Webinar." (Note: This request form is managed by Ai Conferences, the event organiser which organised this webinar on LFPA's behalf.)
Foregenix is a Digital Forensics and Incident Response Specialist. With a strong focus on the payments industry, Foregenix supports and assists all types of public and private sector organisations, financial services, retail, eCommerce, utility and Government institutions. www.Foregenix.com
Raymond Simpson has 20 years in the Information Security sector with the last 11 years working in the Payment Card Industry. His experience spans the borders of 50+ countries, assisting clients to meet their Security and Regulatory requirements. Raymond has worked in many verticals including Aviation, Banking, Finance & Insurance, Education, Government, Healthcare, Hospitality & Leisure, Manufacturing, Not for Profit, Retail & Commerce and the Telecommunications Industry.
Peter Maeder has been working in the Card Payment industry for over 30 years. In the mid 1980’s, he was headhunted to set-up and launch a VISA card center in Geneva. Later, responding to another call, he moved to Zurich, where, as First Vice President and Member of the Management Committee, he managed and grew the VISA card center of Swiss Bank Corporation (now UBS Card Center). Further career moves brought him to Germany, France and back to Switzerland, where in 2007 he joined IATA (International Air Transport Association). At IATA, his focus was on Fraud Prevention and Detection, PCI DSS and acceptance of card payments in a common use environment (airports, travel agents). Since leaving IATA end of 2014, he has been working as a Consultant for, among others, Perseuss (the airlines' own fraud prevention tool).