Cybercrime: What does it all mean?

Governance Institute of Australia

Event outline

Most people have heard the term cybercrime used but how many actually know what the word actually means? This presentation will provide an introduction to Cybercrime and why understanding Cybercrime is important to governance professionals.

Topics covered include:

  • Defining Cybercrime
  • Current state of Cybercrime
  • Who is involved?
  • The technology involved
  • Prevention techniques
  • Detection techniques
  • The investigation process

Presented by
Darren Michael, Director, McGrathNicol Forensic

Darren specialises in the capture and analysis of digital evidence, data recovery, electronic evidence preservation, data analytics and conducting other cybercrime related investigations. He is a qualified investigator and forensic technology practitioner with over 18 years specialist forensic experience including over six years as a member of the Computer Forensic Team with the Australian Federal Police, six years as a member of the United Nations Weapons Inspection Team and six years with a Big 4 professional services firm. Darren has undertaken complex computer forensic examinations for both criminal and civil litigation in Australia and overseas.

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Provider information

The Governance Institute of Australia is the peak body for over 7,000 governance and risk professionals. It is the leading independent authority on best practice in board and organisational governance and risk management.