Delft University of Technology
Maciej Korczyński is a cybersecurity researcher at Delft University of Technology and a member of the Economics of Cybersecurity group analyzing large-scale Internet measurement and incident data to identify how providers of Internet services deal with security risks and incidents. Maciej received his PhD from the University of Joseph Fourier in Grenoble. Between October 2009 and December 2012 he was a member of the Drakkar group at LIG Lab investigating generic methods to classify SSL/TLS encrypted applications. After receiving his PhD, he was post-doctoral researcher at Rutgers University investigating bio-inspired algorithms in distributed network attack/anomaly detection systems. See also his website http://mkorczynski.com.
Presentation: Clean Netherlands: Tackling Internet Pollution Using Science and Law Enforcement
In this presentation, we describe a collaboration between Delft University of Technology, the Dutch National Police, the Authority for Consumers and Markets and the Public Prosecutor. This collaboration aims to enable law enforcement to engage with hosting providers and determine which factors influence internet abuse in the Dutch hosting provider market, based on robust metrics. As such, this project intertwines large data sets on Internet abuse with robust metrics and the criminological concepts of problem-oriented policing and positive criminology. We present an approach to develop reputation metrics for the security of hosting providers. Next, we present how several law enforcement agencies will use the proposed metrics to engage the hosting provider community.