Ioan-Cosmin Mihai is a cybersecurity and cybercrime researcher, lecturer, trainer and conference speaker. He is Associate Professor at “A.I. Cuza” Police Academy and University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania, where he is teaching disciplines related to cybersecurity and cybercrime. He is a certified trainer at The Romanian Centre of Excellence for Cybercrime, a researcher at Quality, Reliability and Information Technology Laboratory from University Politehnica of Bucharest, and Vice President of Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance.
With a Ph.D. and postdoctoral studies in cybersecurity, he has developed several projects in this field and published 18 books and more than 60 scientific articles. Since 2012 he has been editor-in-chief of the scientific journal IJISC – International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime, indexed in international databases.
LIGHTNING TALK: Procedures for Detecting Cybercrime Activities on Websites
The presentation “Procedures for Detecting Cybercrime Activities on Websites” aims to analyze the procedures for detecting the suspicious activities on the websites compromised by cyber-criminals. The presentation intends to emphasize the importance of cyberspace security and to propose methods to mitigate the cyber-attacks effects on websites. There are many infected online platforms that can be used by cyber-criminals to develop activities like phishing, spoofing and spamming or to infect their visitors with malware. These cybercrime activities can be done without the knowledge of websites administrators.
For preventing this kind of activities for a safer and more secure cyberspace, the website’s security has to be monitored permanently.