Kilho Shin

PhD. Processor, Computer Centre, Gakushuin University

Graduated from Graduate School of University of Tokyo. Major was algebraic geometry. Worked at Corporate Research Center of Fuji Xerox and was researching public key cryptography. Worked for Carnegie Mellon University and University of Hyogo as professor. The current major is machine learning and its application to information security. Cyber security advisor of Hyogo Prefectural Police.

Speaker's Sessions

Fight Back Against Endless Phishing and Fake Site 14:40 - 15:20
Fake sites, Phishing Email and Sites are traditional cyber-attacks toward web users, but still one of the most effective ways to steal credentials and financial assets from consumers. Now more Internet services are connected with payment, points, rewards... The more web service is convenient, the easier criminals leverage stolen data to jump to another, and this situation makes the criminals smarter and motivates "develop" their sites rapidly. In this session, we introduce our research of Fake site detection with Machine Learning in collaboration with Prof. Shin, while we share Phishing cases targeting Rakuten and how we handled.

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