eCrime Calendar

APWG eCrime Events
Science Advisory Board Proposals
Q1/Q2 2014 Proposal Deadline  
Q3 2014 Proposal notification The APWG will solicit proposals from university-based principal investigators, which will be reviewed by the APWG eCrime Research Scientific Advisory Board, a panel of thought leaders in discipline of cybercrime research from industry. Those deemed to be research-grade proposals by eCRS managers will be circulated through the committee and returned to the investigators with commentary, analysis and advice on research direction.
APWG.EU eCrime Sync-up Oberammergau, Germany
March 1, 2014 Proposal Deadline  
April 1-3,2014 Conference The fourth annual APWG eCrime Sync-Up, organised in conjunction with the University College Dublin's Centre for CyberSecurity and Cybercrime Investigation, ACDC - the European anti-botnet project, and supported by “la Caixa” Bank is a three-day exchange of presentations and discussions of eCrime research in progress that, as importantly, provides a venue for networking of researchers within the eCrime research disciplines with law enforcement officials and industrial responders who investigate and manage cybercrime every day.
Counter eCrime Operations Summit VIII Hong Kong
March 1, 2014 Proposal Deadline  
April 8-10, 2014 Conference The eighth annual Counter-eCrime Operations Summit (CeCOS VIII) in Hong Kong will engage questions of operational challenges and the development of common resources for the first responders and forensic professionals who protect consumers and enterprises from the electronic-crime threat every day. This year's meeting will focus on the shifting nature of cybercrime and the attendant challenges of managing that dynamic threatscape.
eCrime Researchers Summit Birmingham, AL, USA
July 7, 2014 Full Papers and Case Studies Registration Deadline
July 14, 2014 Full Papers and Case Studies Submission Deadline
September 23-25, 2014 Conference APWG will examine crimeware's evolution, behavioral vulnerabilities and human factors that contribute to eCrime's success, the roles of Registrars, Registries and DNS in managing phishing attacks, public health approaches to managing the eCrime scourge, as well as breaking news on counter-eCrime efforts and resources.