Identity Theft 911 Chief Information Security Officer Speaks at Breach Security and Computer Forensics Conference

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Data breach, identity theft and cybercrime expert Ondrej Krehel will share computer investigation, cyber-detection and prevention techniques with homeland security, military, law enforcement and emergency management officers, academics and private security firms at Computer Forensics Show. Krehel will discuss network and computer forensic methods and current trends in criminal hacking, breach notification and security incident response.

Cybercriminals don’t respect traditional law enforcement methods and practices. They design their attacks to run undetected and circumvent standard investigative procedures.

Identity Theft 911 Chief Information Security Officer Ondrej Krehel will be a featured speaker at the Computer Forensics Show on Nov. 1-2, in San Francisco CA, discussing computer forensic investigations, data breaches and new techniques in the war against criminal hackers.

Cybercrime is growing at a rapid pace as cybercriminals employ more sophisticated methods to attack governments and corporations. The Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report found that 285 million records were compromised in the U.S. in 2008. Lost business is the most costly commercial outcome, with an average cost of $204 per compromised customer record, according to the Ponemon Institute.

Krehel’s presentations will focus on types of data breaches, associated costs, and how to build an incident response team of digital forensic examiners, network security professionals and compliance personnel. The Forensics Show aims to present advancements in the IT security marketplace by bringing together specialists in computer security, information technology and accounting with representatives from the military, law enforcement, intelligence and emergency management communities.

“Cybercriminals don’t respect traditional law enforcement methods and practices. They design their attacks to run undetected and circumvent standard investigative procedures,” Krehel said. “It’s the job of security professionals and law enforcement to come up with better practices and more sophisticated computer forensic techniques to stop the bad guys before they do real damage.”

Identity Theft 911 partners with businesses and governments to fight cybercriminals with the latest in breach security, data breach notification, information compliance, computer incident response and identity theft management. The Data Breach Services program enables a business to protect existing and prospective customers, employees and anyone else with identifiable information contained in a breached database. We provide 24/7-access to highly trained fraud specialists who assist with credit fraud alerts, notify creditors and handle inquiries prompted by the notification.

Krehel brings more than a decade of experience in computer forensics to the information security management team that helps businesses and individuals secure their data. He has launched investigations internationally and domestically into a broad range of IT security matters – from hacker attacks to data breaches to intellectual property theft. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). His work has received attention from CNN, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

About Identity Theft 911

Identity Theft 911is the nation’s premier identity theft and data breach management, resolution and education service. The company serves 13 million households across the country and provides fraud solutions for a range of organizations—including Fortune 500 companies, the country’s largest insurance companies, corporate benefit providers, banks and credit unions and membership organizations. For more information, visit our website and our Knowledge Center.

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