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Australian High Tech Crime Centre
  • International Cooperation An Australian
    Perspective
  • Wednesday, 7 November 2007

2
Agenda
1. AFP International Network
2. Relationships (Forums Conferences)
3. Capacity Building
4. Collaboration
3
AFP INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
Moscow
AMERICAS Bogotá Brasilia New York
(UN) Washington DC
EUROPE AFRICA Beirut Belgrade Dubai The
Hague London Lyon (Interpol) Pretoria
Abuja
ASIA
Bali Bangkok Bangladesh Beijing Chiang
Mai Colombo Dhaka Dili Guangzhou Hanoi Ho Chi
Minh City
Hong Kong Islamabad Jakarta Kuala
Lumpur Manila New Delhi Phnom Penh Rangoon Singapo
re Vientiane
SOUTH PACIFIC Honiara Port Moresby Port
Vila Suva Wellington
Currently 86 Officers at 37 posts in 29
Countries
4
Partnerships
Think globally, act locally (Greenpeace)
  • Community crime in an international arena
  • Inter-Governmental
  • Police law enforcement
  • Industry (Banks, Card Companies, ISPs, AV
    Vendors)
  • Community

5
Relationships
  • STRATEGIC ALLIANCE CYBER CRIME WORKING GROUP
  • In 2006, the five-eyes Strategic Alliance Group
    was formed to develop the most effective ways to
    collectively fight against the most pervasive and
    damaging global crime problems. Within this
    structure are five active sub-groups which
    include the Cyber Crime Working Group (CCWG).
  • The CCWG discusses and analyses current and
    future global cyber crime threats and develops
    collaborative initiatives to best address these
    threats.
  • The Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) in the
    UK hosted the first Strategic Alliance Group
    meeting in June 2006. Since this time meetings
    have been held in Wellington, New Zealand and San
    Diego, USA. A range of new outcomes emerge from
    each of these meetings which include areas such
    as information and intelligence sharing, training
    initiatives and public awareness strategies.

6
Relationships
  • (CTINS) - Cybercrime Technology Information
    Network System Annual Conference IT Crime
    Investigation and Training Seminar
  • The CTINS Conference IT Crime Investigation and
    Training Seminar is an annual event hosted in
    Japan by the National Police Agency (NPA) of
    Japan for law enforcement agencies in the Asia
    region. This conference provides an opportunity
    to network with other LEAs in the Asia region who
    are responsible for the conduct and management of
    technology enabled crime investigations in their
    respective jurisdictions.

7
CTINS Cont.
  • An excellent forum to discuss intelligence
    sharing arrangements and develop strategies to
    work closer together in areas such as
  • new and emerging technologies facing LEAs in the
    Asia region
  • legislation
  • development and delivery of training and
  • real-time exchange of operational and
    intelligence information on a police-to-police
    basis and
  • strengthening cooperative relationships.
  • The CTINS network is a secure 24 hours a day
    information technology network developed by the
    NPA of Japan to exchange high tech crime
    information with LEAs from China, Hong Kong,
    China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia,
    Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
  • The AHTCC now has a single connection to CTINS
    which provides both the AFP and AHTCC with the
    ability to securely exchange and request
    information on high tech crime issues with
    operational practitioners and managers on a 24
    hours a day basis.

8
Relationships
  • INTERNATIONAL BOTNET TASKFORCE CONFERENCES
  • Usually held biannually.
  • Microsoft have the lead on this conference (in
    July 2007 the AHTCC and Microsoft co-hosted the
    conference in Sydney)
  • Predominantly a discussion about the global and
    regional technical aspects and investigations
    into Botnets.
  • Next conference to be held in Lyon, France in
    early 2008.

9
Relationships
  • VIRTUAL GLOBAL TASKFORCE (VGT)
  • VGT is a collaborative alliance involving law
    enforcement agencies from around the world
    working together to combat online child sex
    exploitation and to make the Internet a safer
    place.
  • AHTCC is proud to be a founding member of the
    VGT which was established in 2003. Other members
    include the UK Child Exploitation and Online
    Protection team, the Royal Canadian Mounted
    Police, Interpol and the United States Department
    of Homeland Security.

10
Relationships
  • OTHER IMPORTANT RELATIONSHIPS
  • Member of the International Watch and Warning
    Network (IWWN) sharing of information of
    incidents, vulnerabilities, malicious code and
    threats through building a worldwide network of
    computer security incident response teams.
  • Anti-Phishing Working Group - global
    pan-industrial and law enforcement association
    focused on eliminating the fraud and identity
    theft that result from phishing, pharming and
    email spoofing of all types.
  • 2,600 members (banks, ISPs, technology
    vendors, national/provincial LEA worldwide,
    private companies agencies)

11
Building Capacity
  • Rationale
  • Law enforcement ill-equipped to fight online
    crime
  • Lacking technical skills and equipment,
    international cooperation, recognition of extent
    of crime or criminal methods
  • Leading Examples
  • Vietnam High Tech Crime Centre Conference
  • Beirut Cybercrime Unit
  • Bangladesh workshops

12
Collaboration
  • Broker collaboration with international agencies
    to drive investigations
  • FBI Coolminer vpn tunnel
  • Microsoft botnet taskforce
  • Interpol Project Goldphish
  • working with agencies to set up arrangements with
    overseas communication providers, i.e.. Hotmail,
    Yahoo, Google

13
Collaboration Cont.
  • Provide advice coordination on training
    technical measures to combat trans-national crime
  • assist in development of HTC in Vietnam
  • advice to Dutch HTC
  • host numerous overseas visitors
  • annual AHTCC workshop or colloquiums 3 days

14
Collaboration Cont.
  • Cyber Storm II
  • a five day exercise conducted in March 2008.
  • the requirement for close national and
    international working relationships to tackle
    common problems including vulnerability analysis
    and the release of consistent advisories.
  • Seven (7) sectors are represented from Australia
    including State/Territory/Commonwealth agencies
    the banking finance sector telecommunications
    water energy and information technology. This
    translates to 50-60 different organisations and
    the number swells when taking into consideration
    other players from around the world

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Title: Australian High Tech Crime Centre


1
Australian High Tech Crime Centre
  • International Cooperation An Australian
    Perspective
  • Wednesday, 7 November 2007

2
Agenda
1. AFP International Network
2. Relationships (Forums Conferences)
3. Capacity Building
4. Collaboration
3
AFP INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
Moscow
AMERICAS Bogotá Brasilia New York
(UN) Washington DC
EUROPE AFRICA Beirut Belgrade Dubai The
Hague London Lyon (Interpol) Pretoria
Abuja
ASIA
Bali Bangkok Bangladesh Beijing Chiang
Mai Colombo Dhaka Dili Guangzhou Hanoi Ho Chi
Minh City
Hong Kong Islamabad Jakarta Kuala
Lumpur Manila New Delhi Phnom Penh Rangoon Singapo
re Vientiane
SOUTH PACIFIC Honiara Port Moresby Port
Vila Suva Wellington
Currently 86 Officers at 37 posts in 29
Countries
4
Partnerships
Think globally, act locally (Greenpeace)
  • Community crime in an international arena
  • Inter-Governmental
  • Police law enforcement
  • Industry (Banks, Card Companies, ISPs, AV
    Vendors)
  • Community

5
Relationships
  • STRATEGIC ALLIANCE CYBER CRIME WORKING GROUP
  • In 2006, the five-eyes Strategic Alliance Group
    was formed to develop the most effective ways to
    collectively fight against the most pervasive and
    damaging global crime problems. Within this
    structure are five active sub-groups which
    include the Cyber Crime Working Group (CCWG).
  • The CCWG discusses and analyses current and
    future global cyber crime threats and develops
    collaborative initiatives to best address these
    threats.
  • The Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) in the
    UK hosted the first Strategic Alliance Group
    meeting in June 2006. Since this time meetings
    have been held in Wellington, New Zealand and San
    Diego, USA. A range of new outcomes emerge from
    each of these meetings which include areas such
    as information and intelligence sharing, training
    initiatives and public awareness strategies.

6
Relationships
  • (CTINS) - Cybercrime Technology Information
    Network System Annual Conference IT Crime
    Investigation and Training Seminar
  • The CTINS Conference IT Crime Investigation and
    Training Seminar is an annual event hosted in
    Japan by the National Police Agency (NPA) of
    Japan for law enforcement agencies in the Asia
    region. This conference provides an opportunity
    to network with other LEAs in the Asia region who
    are responsible for the conduct and management of
    technology enabled crime investigations in their
    respective jurisdictions.

7
CTINS Cont.
  • An excellent forum to discuss intelligence
    sharing arrangements and develop strategies to
    work closer together in areas such as
  • new and emerging technologies facing LEAs in the
    Asia region
  • legislation
  • development and delivery of training and
  • real-time exchange of operational and
    intelligence information on a police-to-police
    basis and
  • strengthening cooperative relationships.
  • The CTINS network is a secure 24 hours a day
    information technology network developed by the
    NPA of Japan to exchange high tech crime
    information with LEAs from China, Hong Kong,
    China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia,
    Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
  • The AHTCC now has a single connection to CTINS
    which provides both the AFP and AHTCC with the
    ability to securely exchange and request
    information on high tech crime issues with
    operational practitioners and managers on a 24
    hours a day basis.

8
Relationships
  • INTERNATIONAL BOTNET TASKFORCE CONFERENCES
  • Usually held biannually.
  • Microsoft have the lead on this conference (in
    July 2007 the AHTCC and Microsoft co-hosted the
    conference in Sydney)
  • Predominantly a discussion about the global and
    regional technical aspects and investigations
    into Botnets.
  • Next conference to be held in Lyon, France in
    early 2008.

9
Relationships
  • VIRTUAL GLOBAL TASKFORCE (VGT)
  • VGT is a collaborative alliance involving law
    enforcement agencies from around the world
    working together to combat online child sex
    exploitation and to make the Internet a safer
    place.
  • AHTCC is proud to be a founding member of the
    VGT which was established in 2003. Other members
    include the UK Child Exploitation and Online
    Protection team, the Royal Canadian Mounted
    Police, Interpol and the United States Department
    of Homeland Security.

10
Relationships
  • OTHER IMPORTANT RELATIONSHIPS
  • Member of the International Watch and Warning
    Network (IWWN) sharing of information of
    incidents, vulnerabilities, malicious code and
    threats through building a worldwide network of
    computer security incident response teams.
  • Anti-Phishing Working Group - global
    pan-industrial and law enforcement association
    focused on eliminating the fraud and identity
    theft that result from phishing, pharming and
    email spoofing of all types.
  • 2,600 members (banks, ISPs, technology
    vendors, national/provincial LEA worldwide,
    private companies agencies)

11
Building Capacity
  • Rationale
  • Law enforcement ill-equipped to fight online
    crime
  • Lacking technical skills and equipment,
    international cooperation, recognition of extent
    of crime or criminal methods
  • Leading Examples
  • Vietnam High Tech Crime Centre Conference
  • Beirut Cybercrime Unit
  • Bangladesh workshops

12
Collaboration
  • Broker collaboration with international agencies
    to drive investigations
  • FBI Coolminer vpn tunnel
  • Microsoft botnet taskforce
  • Interpol Project Goldphish
  • working with agencies to set up arrangements with
    overseas communication providers, i.e.. Hotmail,
    Yahoo, Google

13
Collaboration Cont.
  • Provide advice coordination on training
    technical measures to combat trans-national crime
  • assist in development of HTC in Vietnam
  • advice to Dutch HTC
  • host numerous overseas visitors
  • annual AHTCC workshop or colloquiums 3 days

14
Collaboration Cont.
  • Cyber Storm II
  • a five day exercise conducted in March 2008.
  • the requirement for close national and
    international working relationships to tackle
    common problems including vulnerability analysis
    and the release of consistent advisories.
  • Seven (7) sectors are represented from Australia
    including State/Territory/Commonwealth agencies
    the banking finance sector telecommunications
    water energy and information technology. This
    translates to 50-60 different organisations and
    the number swells when taking into consideration
    other players from around the world

15
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