Real Criminal Cases of OIDT

📅 Today, we want to present you our second highlighted speaker for our first public webinar to be held next Thursday 12 October from 10 to 11h45 CET.
If Online Identity Theft is not a clear concept for you, you’ll be served: besides theoretical and technical approaches to the concept, you’ll have the occasion to listen concrete examples and then how to prevent such OIDT threats.

— Speaker 2: Loukas Xagoraris (Center for Security Studies (KEMEA)) – Real Criminal Cases of OIDT  —

📑 Incidents of OIDT have multiplied in recent years. Most data breaches fuel digital identity theft and it’s not solely the fault of individuals. Some scammers are very convincing and could deceive even the most well-trained eye. Even security-aware individuals might inadvertently disclose information at times.
On other occasions, technology inadvertently discloses that information for us. This is due to the fact that cyber-criminals exhibit an inventive range of tactics in their modus operandi in order to trick victims into disclosing personal information pretending to be trusted organizations.

👨‍💼 Loukas Xagoraris (Center for Security Studies (KEMEA))
– Research Associate of Center for Security Studies (KEMEA).
– Information Systems administrator in the Presidency of the Government of the Hellenic Republic.
– Msc in Cybersecurity, University of West Attica.
– MSc in Urban and Regional Development, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences.


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