Cyberland Security: Organized Crime, Terrorism and
The Oxford Internet Institute,
University of Oxford
Special Lecture and Discussion
London, UK - 9 January 2005, 10:00 GMT - Cyberland
Security: Organized Crime, Terrorism and the Internet
Date: 10 February 2005, 17:00 - 18:00
Location: Oxford Internet Institute, 1 St Giles, Oxford, OX1 3JS, UK
Speaker: DK Matai, Executive Chairman, mi2g
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There is growing debate over threats to the security of the Internet, including
competing views of their source and severity. But how significant and extensive
are the actual threats? Are anarchic spammers the prime suspects? To what
extent are organized criminal syndicates and terrorists using and abusing
the Internet? And how can police and security forces use the Internet to counteract
Cyberland risks? DK Matai discusses the myths and realities of security threats
from his perspective as chairman of one of the leading authorities on electronic
security for major financial institutions, government agencies and multi nationals
in Europe, America and Asia.
Biographical profile of DK Matai.
mi2g is at the leading edge of building secure on-line banking, broking
and trading architectures. The principal applications of our technology are:
2. Digital Risk Management; and
3. Bespoke Security Architecture.
mi2g pioneers enterprise-wide security practices and technology to
save time and cut cost. We enhance comparative advantage within financial
services and government agencies. Our real time intelligence is deployed worldwide
for contingency capability, executive decision making and strategic threat
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