Terbium Labs, the premier dark web intelligence company will send key executives to leading tradeshows and conferences during the month of October 2018, also recognized as National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). As the company behind Matchlight, the industry-leading solution for detecting compromised account data on the dark web, Terbium Labs provides a unique perspective and original insights into the dark web fraud economy and how organizations can continuously monitor their most critical data to prevent fraud and better manage risk.
For NCSAM, Emma Zaballos, an Analyst at Terbium Labs working on evaluating and contextualizing threats to customer data will present two sessions during DerbyCon taking place in Louisville, KY Oct. 3-8. Her first talk, “Clippy for the Dark Web: Looks Like You’re Trying to Buy Some Dank Kush, Can I Help You With That?” taking place Oct. 5 will cover the underlying structure of the dark web and the ease-of-use tools developed for dark web users over time, specifically the tools that facilitate ecommerce for buyers in a diversified criminal market. Zaballos will take the stage again on Saturday, Oct. 6 to present, “Make Me Your Dark Web Personal Shopper!” This talk will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the the variety of physical and digital goods available on the dark web, along with a framework to evaluate the the structure and size of dark web marketplaces.
In honor of NCSAM, Company CEO and Founder Danny Rogers and Fraud Intelligence Manager Emily Wilson will both present at the CyberMaryland Conference, Oct. 9-10 in Baltimore. Rogers will serve as a panel participant during the session, “Future Threats and Quantum Leaps in Encryption, Automation and Machine Learning!” while Wilson will present the standalone talk, “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something You: Rise of Synthetic Identities.”
In addition, in celebration of NCSAM – Chief Research Officer and Head of Intelligence Analytics, Munish Walther-Puri, will cross the pond to present at the ATM & Cybersecurity Conference in London, Oct. 9-10, the world’s leading conference focused on physical and logical ATM security. Walther-Puri will present the session, “Cybercrime Pays: Drivers of Data Value on the Dark Web,” the afternoon of Oct. 10.
Wilson resumes her speaker role at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Law Enforcement and Government Anti-Fraud Summit in Washington, D.C., Oct. 25. There, she will present the session, “One Year After AlphaBay: The Fraud Economy on the Dark Web.” The talk will include a detailed exploration of the underground fraud economy and a discussion of the supply chain of fraud, including what kind of information appears, is traded, and is valued.
Walther-Puri closes out the month at the Security Bsides regional event in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 26-28. Touted as the Oktoberfest for the Bsides community, the event celebrates information security practitioners, expanding the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. Walther-Puri will do his part, presenting “Lessons for Cyber Risk Management from Geopolitical Risk Assessment,” on Oct. 27.