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Dark Web Economy Meet-Up: the Players, Technologies, and Challenges

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Dark Web Economy Meet-Up: the Players, Technologies, and Challenges

On February 19, Herzog Fox & Neeman and Herzog Strategic, in partnership with CTech, will be hosting industry leaders to share their insights and strategies for meeting the cyber challenges of the Dark Web

CTech | 14:10  12.02.2020
The dark web economy is booming. Over a billion dollars annually are fueling a market of even more stolen identities and a dumping ground for security-breach data whose cost to companies rose 14% in the last fiscal year. Whether due to individual hackers, large scale criminal enterprises, or national rogue regimes, companies that would rather ignore the dark web or pretend it doesn’t exist entirely are increasingly finding themselves caught up in this complex digital underworld, with its intersecting interests of profit and politics driving criminal opportunism and state-sponsored cyber warfare.

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2019 was witness to a string of successful dark web operations, with international law enforcement taking down the likes of Dream Market, DeepDotWeb, the Wall Street Market, and others. Still, cybercrime is on the rise and the private sector has barely scratched the surface of its potential.

On February 19, 2020 Herzog Fox & Neeman and Herzog Strategic, in partnership with CTech by Calcalist, will be hosting a diverse lineup of industry leaders to share their insights and strategies for meeting the cyber challenges kicking off the coming decade. This forum will arm participants with the critical details needed to begin hardening their operation against the dangers of a more sophisticated dark web.

Some of the speakers include: Noam Froimovici, managing director at Kaspersky Lab Israel; Itai Yonay, founder and CEO of Intercept 9500; Itzik Vager, vice president of cybersecurity in Verint; and Nimrod Kozlovski, partner and head of the tech & regulation department at Herzog Fox & Neeman

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Topics to be discussed include: what are the hottest commodities on dark web marketplaces today; what is the price tag of various forms of stolen PII; what technologies and methodologies are being employed against you, and what countermeasures are available to fight back with; who are the legitimate companies maintaining a presence on the dark web and what is their modus operandi; what can the private sector learn from state security agencies and their successes in combating dark web crime; and how to take legal, regulatory, and strategic steps to protect against data breaches and their fallout.
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