Prof. Dr. Michel Dacorogna will speak at the Fraud analytics conference on “Data analytics on cyber crimes complaints registered at C3N, of Gendarmerie Nationale in France.”
The fraud analytics conference is the leading Swiss conference on artificial intelligence for fraud prevention, taking place on October 31, 2019 in Yverdon-Les-Bains, Switzerland.
About cyber crimes complaints registered at C3N
Cyber risk cannot be avoided, whatever the implemented IT security measures. For improving society resilience to cyber-attacks, there is a strong need for understanding these risks. A way towards this goal is the search for reliable data and their statistical analysis. It is what is proposed here, thanks to the partnership between the Center of Research in Econo-finance and Actuarial science on Risk (CREAR-ESSEC Business School) and the SCRC (service Central du Renseignement Criminel) of PJGN (Pôle Judiciaire de la Gendarmerie Nationale). We proceed to the statistical data exploration and analysis of the cyber crimes complaints by victims (individuals and companies) registered at the Gendarmerie National’s Cyber Crime Unit (C3N). Using an algorithmic method developed by Debbabi et al. (2017)2 for extremes modeling, we show the existence of heavy-tailed distributions, one of the main characteristics of cyber risk.
About the conference
The conference is a place, where fraud specialists, data scientists, engineers and academics meet to share and exchange on fraud fighting and making this world a safer place. The conference attracts participants from the fields of fraud analytics and data science.
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