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1 Keynote Professor Russ Davis Chairperson IC4MF & Work Shop Coordinator for Coordinator for Technology, Innovation and Exploitation 6 & 7 Nov 2013

2 So many of us now don t just work online but live part of our lives there. Exchanging messages, pictures, memories through social media. Skype or Face Timing friends and family from thousands of miles away.

3 ʻCyberʼ threats affect us all and demand a wide partnership. Over a third of the worldʼs population has internet access and by the end of this decade the number of networked devices could outnumber people by six to one. This digital revolution continues to offer huge opportunities for growth in our economy, our culture, our well-being. But if we are to benefit from the huge potential upside of the online economy, we have to confront the growing digital dangers that could put this at risk. And this is one of the biggest challenges we face as a country. Just as we all reap the benefits of the rapid technological changes that we have experienced (one study suggests that Brazilʼs internet economy is now worth R$44 billion a year and rising) so too, we must all take responsibility for ensuring that our security and prosperity does not fall prey to those who would seek to use these changes for their advantage. " We need to understand that our every interaction online has the potential to either make it easier or make it harder for those who wish to use the internet to attack us. "

4 Cyber Threats and Terrorism Terrorists have long sought to inflict harm on others in order to impose their way of life. Just as digital technologies have transformed the way we operate, it would be inconceivable to think that it wouldnʼt also transform the military, security, crime and public order threats. # But our response should not be to create a siloʼd army of cyber security experts that is divorced from our wider efforts to keep Brazil and its interests safe, secure and prosperous. # Our ambition should be to reach a point of maturity where our understanding of how the internet and other digital technologies can be used to cause harm to a country are so advanced, and our response to is so effective, that conventional and mainstream structures for dealing with such risks would be up to the task.

5 Collaboration and Information Sharing Our Strategy starts from the clear understanding that Government cannot do this alone. It requires a partnership between Government, industry, academia, the public, and it requires a partnership that is not bounded by our national borders. " That is why we are establishing I2DFS and the IC4MF Consortium to be a cross-cutting unit that works with all of Brazil and with other Global commands, rather than a standalone command itself.

6 Organised Cybercrime So how is the digital age transforming the way crime is committed and what are we doing to counter it? For the most part, it is old world crime such as fraud, being carried out with modern day technologies. It is highly organised, sharing many of the characteristics with other forms of organised crime. Just like the international drugs trade, online crimes requires a network of criminals, each of whom has developed a specific niche from which they can trade with other criminals all driven by funds extracted from legitimate businesses, members of the public and even governments.# Criminals develop services and trade them with each other. For example, professional technical experts design malicious software such as viruses or sell the tools onto. Other criminals specialise in finding ways to trick users in order to get these viruses onto their computers compromising legitimate websites, using phishing s or hosting malicious websites. # And they do this by buying and selling to each other the tools and services that are used to identify vulnerable computers maybe your own personal computer and infect it with malicious code.

7 Automated Attacks These networks of infected computers (botnets) can be controlled remotely by criminals, for example to harvest credit card and banking details. And these can then be traded with other criminals through the internet to enable them to use the stolen data to commit frauds. # The internet is awash with these so called Automated Vending Carts highly professional, automated websites through which criminals can buy and sell vast quantities of stolen credit card details, as if it was any other form of online shopping.

8 The impact of cyber crime When the full harm that cyber crime does to the economy is added up, the numbers are staggering running into the billions R$ each year. And it affects real people real internet users. According to the 2012 Crime Survey for England Wales, one in three adults experienced online crime in the previous twelve months. This was higher than the proportion that experienced being a victim of ʻofflineʼ crime (one in five adults). So, we are facing a continual and large scale assault from criminals using technology. It is one that involves a network of highly skilled and highly professional criminals that stretches right across the globe. They make use of the changing technologies to launch ever more sophisticated attacks. And they exploit the complexities and vulnerabilities of our online presence.

9 Strengthening Law Enforcement We are planning to help strengthen Brazilʼs national capabilities to tackle cyber crime. We need to begin training specialist law enforcement teams, capable of combining traditional investigative skills with state-of-the-art technologies. They include dedicated cyber liaison officers. These units work closely with their partners here and abroad, including the intelligence agencies such as ABIN who have developed new and unique capabilities to identify and analyse hostile cyber attacks. # This will help broaden the understanding of the cyber threats and help prioritise and direct efforts accordingly. We will establish new regional cyber policing hubs to help deliver policing capabilities with the technical skills to tackle technologically advanced criminals and set about enhancing the training of police officers to make them more aware of how to utilise new technologies when investigating crime.

10 It is irresponsible not to report Cybercrime We know under reporting of cyber crime continues to be a problem whether it is as a result of cynicism about the likely law enforcement response, or whether it is driven by a fear of suffering reputational damage. # We need to be absolutely clear - businesses and the public need to report when they have been victims of cyber crime so that, wherever possible, law enforcement agencies can develop this information into intelligence and information packages that are shared with police forces and national agencies to identify and bring to justice those responsible.

11 Implications for businesses When considering their role in preventing and indeed tackling these threats, businesses must think of cyber as they would any other issue on their corporate risk registers. # The DFCE-AL will work with a network of companies that comprise critical national infrastructure providers to ensure that they take the necessary steps to improve their cyber security measures and protect key systems and data. This will be informed by the work of the DFCE Security Service, which will develop and enhance cyber structures, focusing on threats from hostile foreign intelligence agencies and terrorists and working to support Brazilʼs victims of these crimes.

12 Implications for the Public The publicʼs role in tackling cyber crime cannot be underestimated. " Our home computers can often provide opportunities for criminals to target, much more easily than trying to bypass complex cyber defences of banks or other major institutions. Through taking a simple set of steps, the public, you and I, can reduce some of these vulnerabilities just as we would try to protect any other aspect of our life from crime. # We can set stronger passwords to keep hackers out as if we were installing mortise locks on our front doors. We can learn how to identify phishing s and make sure we donʼt click on the links that will download viruses so that we are not inviting a cyber criminal into our home computers. And we can keep our systems up to date with the latest patches and anti-virus protections just as we would closing the windows and set the burglar alarm before leaving the house.

13 Working internationally All of these activities to prevent, disrupt and investigate online crimes need to reach way beyond our national boundaries. We need to work with a wide range of multilateral institutions and arrangements EU, Commonwealth, UN, G8 to name but a few. # I2DFS plans to take a lead and driving role on the global agenda. We need to be a driving presence at all of these and must continue to shape their agendas and be a leading voice in the response to a truly global threat. # We also need to recognise that there are conflicting views about how international cooperation on cybercrime should proceed and this will be addressed by the IC4MF project. Indeed, there are fundamentally different geopolitical views about the nature of the internet.

14 Multi-lateral Operations There have been calls to develop a new multilateral treaty to address these challenges and to provide a legal base against which all countries can develop their own legislation. There are already existing treaties, such as the Budapest Convention (which Brazil has not yet approved after 5 years), that set out clearly what countries need to do in terms of legislation, law enforcement procedures, and how to work together to tackle cybercrime. Although the Budapest Convention originated in the Council of Europe (an IC4MF partner) it was always designed to be a global instrument. We do not believe that any new treaty would be any more effective, and the work to create something new would divert resources away from what we really need to do, and would particularly divert resources in the countries with the least capacity, as they would be torn between working on a treaty and working to tackle crime. We have been very clear that Brazil needs to adopt the Budapest Convention.

15 Our plans go further still We expect to see a step change in wider law enforcementʼs ability to tackle cyber and cyber-enabled crime. The DFCE-AL will also provide a clear single point for our international partners to engage with, supported by various international networks and gateway functions. # We will need our private sector partners to work closely with us in order to make this a success and have a wide-reaching and lasting impact.. We recognise the importance of ICT skills in making Brazil more resilient to cyber crime. We need to invest heavily in skills, research and education improve to improve cyber capabilities in Brazil. It is important employers offer students the sort of cyber security internships that will help equip them with insights, understandings and experience that will improve the quality and range of the field of candidates available to help meet growing demand for skills. The demand is there - we need to ensure that quality placement opportunities match and bring tangible benefits for both the interns and their host employers.# We are establishing new cyber forensic and security centers of excellence. This initiative will aim to increase the scale and effectiveness of global capacity building efforts across the full range of cyber-security threats. Cybercrime will be a major element. It is an example of how Brazil can lead and shape the international agenda on tackling cyber crime.

16 Conclusion We are facing a growing and ever more complex threat. But our response to it has grown also, and our ambition is to go much further. " Through the introduction of I2DFS and the IC4MF project, through greater awareness and action from the Public and Industry, and through continuing work with our international partners, we can deliver a lasting and transformative impact on those criminals that seek to use the economy to harm Brazil, its people, businesses and our interests.

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