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Added April 16th, 2020

[Webinar] The Role of Dark Web Marketplaces In The Ever-Evolving Criminal Economy


Andrei Barysevich
Co-founder and CEO
Gemini Advisory



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We are excited to partner with Nacha to bring you highly rated content from Gemini Advisory, the leading provider in dark web cyber threat and fraud intelligence.

Ever since the introduction of the first e-commerce marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay, criminals have been copying and adapting the most effective techniques and marketing strategies to further their illicit dark web operations. The shift from peer-to-peer transactions to fully automated business models revolutionized criminal enterprises and expanded the scale of the underground economy to unprecedented levels. However, with the broader expansion and increased accessibility came scrutiny from the research community and law enforcement.

In this webinar, we will discuss the never-ending cat-and-mouse game between security teams and fraudsters and share the latest trends in operational security employed by the owners of the largest carding marketplaces to prolong the shelf-life of the stolen card data and maximize profits. Lastly, we will show the true size of the underground economy of stolen payment card data and show the relationship between the EMV roll-out in the United States and a sharp increase in demand for compromised Card Not Present data.

The guest speaker for this webinar is Andrei Barysevich. Andrei is the co-founder and CEO of the fraud intelligence company Gemini Advisory, and he oversees proactive intelligence operations and collection efforts. Andrei’s work and commentary has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, HBO, and many other media outlets. For the past 15 years, he has been involved in multiple high-profile international cases resulting in successful convictions of members of crime syndicates operating global reshipping, money laundering, and bank fraud schemes.

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