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  • Sept 28 / Oct 01 2015: APWG at Europol - INTERPOL events in The Hague:
    APWG Secretary General Peter Cassidy, APWG Senior Research Fellow Aimee Larsen Kirkpatrick and APWG.EU Director of Research Dr. Manel Medina speak on deployment of the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. cybersecurity awareness campaign in EU as a counter-cybercrime strategy at the Second Cybercrime Prevention and Awareness Forum on the 28th and the Europol - INTERPOL Cybercrime Conference on Oct 1.
  • Dec 13 2013: APWG Secretary General at OECD in Paris With Expert Group on eCrime Metrics:
    APWG Secretary General is working with the Committee for Information, COmputer and Communications Policy, a working group under the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, on development of standardized statistical measures for reporting security incidents. 
  • Nov 06 2013: APWG releases it's Phishing Trends Report for Q2 2013:
    The APWG reports in its Q2 2013 Phishing Activity Trends Report that fraudsters are seek new victims and brands in untapped markets with some 441 brands were hijacked in April, a record high that surpassed the previous monthly high of 430 in November 2012.
    Download full report here
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The APWG Public Education Initiative (PEI) identifies and organizes the most broadly useful counter-ecrime educational programs possible along the lines of a public health initiative model.
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Fax Back Phishing Education
The APWG's Internet Policy Committee and APWG research fellows have collaborated to educate consumers about fax-based phishing and established the APWG Fax Back Phishing Education Program.