Briefings

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NJCCIC Cyber Threat Intelligence Analysts are available to provide a cybersecurity briefing based on your agency or organization needs. Please see below for the types of available briefings.

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Sector-Specific Cybersecurity Risk and Best Practices Briefing

  • This one-hour briefing will provide members of New Jersey’s public or private sector organizations with an understanding and awareness of today's cybersecurity risk environment with an overview of the vulnerabilities, threats, and impacts of cybersecurity issues facing their sector. Analysts will discuss the role of the NJCCIC, the sector’s risk factors, examples of recent incidents impacting the sector, and an overview of best practices to mitigate and manage risk. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation.

History of Nation-State Hacking

  • This one-hour presentation will provide an overview of historical incidents involving cyberattacks or cyber-espionage conducted by or on-behalf of foreign nations, including Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea. Analysts will outline the current assessment of threats posed by nation-state adversaries and the different motivations and tactics employed by these actors. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation.

Current State of Cybercrime

  • This one-hour presentation will provide an overview of the different types of profit-motivated cybercrimes targeting US businesses, governments, and consumers. Analysts will provide an overview of the tactics and trends in cybercrime, including, but not limited to, ransomware, business email compromise, data theft, skimming devices, point-of-sale malware, malicious advertising, and other extortion tactics. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation.

Introduction to the Dark Web (Law Enforcement Only)

  • This 90-minute presentation will provide law enforcement with a basic understanding of the Dark Web and TOR network. Analysts will outline the origins of the Dark Web, how to access these networks, cryptocurrency, and the types of illicit information/goods/services that are available for purchase. A live demonstration of the TOR network and a Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation. This presentation does not cover child exploitation.

Introduction to the Dark Web (Public Version)

  • This one-hour presentation will provide the public with a basic understanding of the Dark Web and TOR network. Analysts will outline the origins of the Dark Web, who uses it and why, how law enforcement uses it to monitor and stop criminal activity, the types of illicit information/goods/services that are available for purchase, as well as cryptocurrency and how it operates. A Q&A session with attendees will conclude the presentation. This presentation does not cover child exploitation.

Contact

To schedule a briefing, please contact the NJCCIC at njccic@cyber.nj.gov.