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April 22, 2015

Insider Threats, or the Case of the Extra 8 Lines of Code

Anthony Teelucksingh, United States Department of Justice


7110 Samuel Morse Drive, Suite 200
Columbia, Maryland 21046




1st ISSA Joint Conference

The Baltimore ISSA Chapter is joining forces with the Northern Virginia and DC ISSA Chapters to put on an all day Security Event on September 1, 2015.  The Event will be held at NIST HQ in Gaithersburg, Maryland. There will be three tracks of exciting speakers.   Check back as more details are finalized.


Next Meeting

April 22, 2015

Topic: Insider Threats, or the Case of the Extra 8 Lines of Code

case study of the investigation and prosecution of Rajendra Makwana, a former system engineer at Fannie Mae, who attempted to destroy all of Fannie Mae’s data with a logic bomb.  You can find details of the case here:

Speaker: Anthony Teelucksingh, United States Department of Justice

Federal prosecutor in the Criminal Division section responsible for the prosecution of cybercrime, including violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Casework includes the prosecution of computer intrusions, damage to computers, illegal spam, online extortion, online stalking, identity theft, credit card fraud, and trafficking in counterfeit goods including luxury goods, pharmaceuticals, software, and motion pictures. Provide expertise to the U.S. Attorneys’ office and federal and state law enforcement agencies. Provide training to U.S. and foreign law enforcement agencies on electronic evidence, searching and seizing computers, and courtroom presentations in cybercrime cases.

Represent the United States on cybercrime and privacy matters in multi-lateral international clients including the UN Office on Drugs and Crime Intergovernmental Experts Group on Cybercrime, International Telecommunications Union, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Telecommunications Working Group, and Organization of American States. In bilateral discussions with numerous foreign governments on anti-cybercrime capacity building, privacy, data protection and law enforcement cooperation. 

Special Assistant United States Attorney, District of Maryland, to prosecute cases concerning cybercrime and criminal intellectual property violations


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