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					              THE POLICING CYBERSPACE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2010
              “Implications of Emerging Technologies Upon
              Cybercrime Prevention and Response."
              May 12 and 13, 2010
              The Walt Disney Company 500 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, California, USA, 91521 – 2175


              TENTATIVE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

  TIME        WEDNESDAY May 12th – “RIVERSIDE ROOM A&B”

0730 - 0900   REGISTRATION

0900 - 0910   OPENING CEREMONY & WELCOMING REMARKS
              1. Ronald Iden, Chief Security O cer, The Walt Disney Company, U.S.A.
              2. Dan Swartwood, Director of Information Safeguarding, The Walt Disney Company, U.S.A.;
                                    POLCYB V.P./Corporate.
              3. Pedro Verdelho, Public Prosecutor, Centre for Judicial Studies; Council of Europe Consultant, PORTUGAL.
              4. Bessie Pang, Executive Director, POLCYB, CANADA.

0910 - 0950   KEYNOTE ADDRESS
              “Implications of Emerging Technologies upon International Threats to Cybersecutiry.”
              Bill Boni, Vice President & Chief Information Security O cer, T-Mobile Inc., USA.
              Panel Chair: Dan Swartwood, Director, Information Safeguarding, The Walt Disney Company, U.S.A.;
                                               POLCYB V.P./Corporate.

0950 - 1010   “Collaborating with Global Partners at POLCYB”
              1. Bessie Pang, Executive Director, POLCYB, CANADA.
              2. Dan Swartwood, POLCYB V.P./Corporate; Director, Information Safeguarding, The Walt Disney Company, U.S.A.

1010 - 1040   “International Aspects of Investigating, Prosecuting, and Judging of Cybercrime:
              Facing the problems of International Cyberspace and New Technologies.”
              Philippe Van Linthout, Investigating Judge Court of First Instance of Mechelen, BELGUIM.
              Chair: Hong-Eng Koh, Director, Justice, Public Safety and Security (JPS),
                                      Public Sector Industry Business Unit, Oracle Corporation; POLCYB Director.

1040 - 1100   COFFEE BREAK

1100 - 1130   “Advanced Persistent Threat” (APT)
              Michael Graven, Director, MANDIANT Corp., U.S.A.
              Chair: Dan Swartwood , Director of Information Safeguarding, The Walt Disney Company, U.S.A.
                                         POLCYB V.P./Corporate.

1130 - 1230   LUNCHEON (Hosted)
              THE POLICING CYBERSPACE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2010
              “Implications of Emerging Technologies Upon
              Cybercrime Prevention and Response."
              May 12 and 13, 2010
              The Walt Disney Company 500 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, California, USA, 91521 – 2175


  TIME        WEDNESDAY May 12th – “RIVERSIDE ROOM A&B”

1230 - 1400   PLENARY PANEL 1
              “Technology and Emerging Threats”
              1. Social Networking & Cybersecurity
                 Marc Goodman, Chief Cyber Criminologist, Cybercrime Research Institute, GERMANY.
              2. Advanced Persistent Threat
                 Michael Graven, Director, MANDIANT Corp., U.S.A.
              3. Prosecution of Cybercrime in PRC
                 Zhang Zhihui, Ph.D., Secretary General, The Institute for Procuratorial Theory of Supreme People’s
                                  Procuratorate of China, P.R.C.
                 Dan Wei, Ph.D., Professor of Law, The Institute for Procuratorial Theory of Supreme People’s
                            Procuratorate of China, P.R.C.
              4. The Evolving Threat Landscape
                 James R. Elste, Security Strategist, Symantec Corporation, U.S.A.
              Panel Chair: Dan Swartwood , Director of Information Safeguarding, The Walt Disney Company, U.S.A.;
                                                  POLCYB V.P./Corporate.

1400 - 1420   COFFEE BREAK

1420 - 1440   “The Evolving Malware Threat”
              Cameron Malin, Supervisory Special Agent, Cyber Branch, Los Angeles FBI,U.S.A.
              Chair: Ray Velez, Regional Manager, Global Product Protection, Asia Paci c, Eli Lilly Asia Inc., THAILAND;
                                  POLCYB V.P./Corporate.

1440 - 1600   PLENARY PANEL 2
              “Financial and E-Crimes-Trends, Issues and Solutions.”
              1. E-Commerce Trends and Solutions
                 Kelly Kay, Executive Director, Flawless Money Ltd., U.K.
              2. Challenges in Cybercrime Prosecution
                 Joseph E. Springsteen, Trial Attorney, Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section,
                                            US Department of Justice, Criminal Division, U.S.A.
              3. Regional Emerging Threats and Strategic Solutions: A Voice from a Developing Nation.
                 Husin Jazri, CEO, CyberSecurity Malaysia, An Agency Under The Ministry of Science,
                               Technology and Innovation, MALAYSIA.
              4. The Evolving Malware Threat
                  Cameron Malin, Supervisory Special Agent, Cyber Branch, Los Angeles FBI, U.S.A.
              5. INTERPOL Initiatives to Counter Cyber Threats
                 Noboru Nakatani, Director, Information Systems and Technology Directorate O.I.P.C. INTERPOL, FRANCE.
              Panel Chair: Ray Velez, Regional Manager, Global Product Protection, Asia Paci c, Eli Lilly Asia Inc., THAILAND.
              THE POLICING CYBERSPACE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2010
              “Implications of Emerging Technologies Upon
              Cybercrime Prevention and Response."
              May 12 and 13, 2010
              The Walt Disney Company 500 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, California, USA, 91521 – 2175


              TENTATIVE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

  TIME        THURSDAY May 13th– “RIVERSIDE ROOM A&B”

0730 - 0900   COFFEE

0900 - 0930   “Council Of Europe’s Action Against Economic Crime”
              Pedro Verdelho, Public Prosecutor, Centre for Judicial Studies; Council of Europe Consultant, PORTUGAL.
              Panel Chair: Scott Warren, Regional Managing Director, Legal Technologies Asia Paci c, Kroll Ontrack,
                                           JAPAN; POLCYB Secretary.

0930 - 1100   PLENARY PANEL 3
              “Technology and Enforcement: Challenges and Solutions”
              1. Investigating Online Transnational Organized Crime
                 Dmitri Alperovitch, VP, Threat Research, McAfee Inc., U.S.A.
              2. Legal Perspectives of Financial and Organized Crime and Digital Forensics
                 John Furay, Special Agent ECSAP-Computer Forensics United States Secret Service, U.S.A.
              3. Management of Hi-tech O enders.
                 Shawna M. Olachea, US Probation O cer, Computer Forensic Investigation and Recovery Search Team, U.S.A.
              Panel Chair: Dan Swartwood, Director of Information Safeguarding, The Walt Disney Company, U.S.A.
                                                POLCYB V.P./Corporate.


1100 - 1115   COFFEE BREAK

1115 - 1200   “Prosecution of Cybercrime in P.R.C.”
              1. Zhang Zhihui, Ph.D., Secretary General, The Institute for Procuratorial Theory of Supreme People’s
                                 Procuratorate of China, P.R.C.
              2. Dan Wei, Ph.D., Professor of Law, The Institute for Procuratorial Theory of Supreme People’s
                          Procuratorate of China, P.R.C.
              Panel Chair: Bill Boni, Vice President & Chief Information Security O cer, T-Mobile Inc., USA.;
                                      POLCYB Director.


1200 - 1300   LUNCHEON (Hosted)
              THE POLICING CYBERSPACE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2010
              “Implications of Emerging Technologies Upon
              Cybercrime Prevention and Response."
              May 12 and 13, 2010
              The Walt Disney Company 500 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, California, USA, 91521 – 2175


              TENTATIVE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

  TIME        THURSDAY May 13th– “RIVERSIDE ROOM A&B”

1300 - 1430   PLENARY PANEL 4
              “Legal and Policy Challenges Posed by Cybercrime and Digital Evidence.”
              1. Internet Governance: Players, Opportunities, Issues and Challenges.
                 Marilyn Cade, CEO ICT Strategies, mCADE IIc., U.S.A.
              2. Legal and Strategic Considerations for Promoting Safety, Security,
                 and Privacy among Online Properties.
                 Hemanshu Nigam, Chief Security O cer, News Corporation, U.S.A.
              3. Council Of Europe’s Action Against Economic Crime.
                 Pedro Verdelho, Public Prosecutor, Centre for Judicial Studies; Council of Europe Consultant, PORTUGAL.
              4. Prosecution of Cybercrime in P.R.C.
                 Zhang Zhihui, Ph.D, Secretary General, The Institute for Procuratorial Theory of Supreme People’s
                                  Procuratorate of China, P.R.C.
                 Dan Wei, Ph.D., Professor of Law, The Institute for Procuratorial Theory of Supreme People’s
                            Procuratorate of China, P.R.C.
              5. International Aspects of Investigating, Prosecuting, and Judging of Cybercrime:
                 Facing the problems of International Cyberspace and New Technologies.
                 Philippe Van Linthout, Investigating Judge Court of First Instance of Mechelen, BELGUIM.
              Panel Chair: Scott Warren, Regional Managing Director, Legal Technologies Asia Paci c,
                                              Kroll Ontrack, JAPAN; POLCYB Secretary.


1430 - 1445   COFFEE BREAK


1445 - 1600   FACILITATED GROUP DISCUSSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS



   1600       CLOSING REMARKS

				
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