Group-IB to stream its CyberCrimeCon on December 2, 2021

Group-IB, one of the global cybersecurity leaders, will stream its annual signature event CyberCrimeCon on December 2, 2021. The tenth edition of CyberCrimeCon, a global threat hunting and intelligence conference, will assemble more than 5,000 cybersecurity pros from around the world and reveal research findings and investigation insights into the recent operations of nation state threat actors and cybercriminal syndicates.

At CyberCrimeCon, the industry leaders will get together to talk about the most acute cybercrime trends, exchange threat data, and learn from each other with a view of reducing the global impact of cybercrime. This year’s CyberCrimeCon speaker line-up includes Group-IB researchers, INTERPOL and Europol representatives, security analysts of major international financial institutions, and other well-known cybersecurity service providers.

Group-IB will unveil its traditional Hi-Tech Crime Trends report that has been serving as a single comprehensive source of information about threats and adversaries targeting different industry verticals and locations as well as reliable forecasts for what the future may bring. Unlike previous years, Group-IB is issuing a series of in-depth exclusive papers each dedicated to a specific topic: ransomware (analysis of underground affiliate programs, DLS, TTPs), initial network access brokers (market leaders, alliances with ransomware), cyberwarfare, financial sector threat landscape, phishing, and scam.

CyberCrimeCon 2021 will host two simultaneous tracks dedicated to cybercrime groups and cyber espionage & vulnerabilities. The attendees will get to join exclusive talks about the latest operations of APT 41, EvilCorp, ChamelGang, APT 27, infamous ransomware gangs and other hacker groups operating all around the world. The representatives of international law enforcement organizations will share insights into a joint public-private effort combating online fraud.

CyberCrimeCon is intended for CISOs, CIOs, threat hunters, DFIR specialists and investigators, SOC experts, TI analysts, pentesters, and researchers.