From industry report to classroom arrest

Wednesday 2 October 11:30 - 12:00, Green room

Marijn Schuurbiers (NHTCU)
Iris Haenen (NHTCU)

The National High Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) is part of the Dutch National Police and focuses on cybercrime cases that are considered to be of high impact and/or complex due to the suspects or victims involved or the infrastructure used.

"From industry report to classroom arrest and what happens when nerds go undercover".

In this session we will discuss how the NHTCU and the Public Prosecutors Office jointly conducted an investigation into a malware developer right in our own backyard and how modern cybercrime fighting techniques converge with traditional law enforcement tactics.


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