Dr. Naoya Kitagawa

Assistant Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Dr. Kitagawa is well versed in email security field and has contributed greatly to the spread of authentication technology that is effective in countering spoofing emails through his paper, article and presentation.

Dr. Kitagawa received the Ph.D. degree in information science from Nagoya University, Japan, in 2014.
In April 2014, he joined the Information Technology Center, Nagoya University, as a Postdoctoral Fellow.
Since October 2014, he has been an Assistant Professor with the Institute of Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology.

His research interests include the Internet, network security, and distributed systems.

Speaker's Sessions

Spoofing email threat and countermeasures(sender authentication technologies) 15:40 - 16:20
Recently, there has been an increase in the number of spoofed emails seen in the news. Spoofing emails are used as an entrance to phishing sites and virus infections. Damages such as hijacking of accounts on internet service and requests for money from virus infections have occurred.
The spoofing email content has been sophisticated. It is almost impossible to distinguish from real emails by eyes.
The demand for countermeasures against these threats is increasing so that customers can use the service with peace of mind.
In this session, Dr. Kitagawa will explain the latest status and trend of spoofing email. Also, he explain sender authentication technology DMARC, SPF and DKIM as a countermeasure.
In the later part of the session, we will introduce the case study in Rakuten.

「なりすましメール」の脅威と対策(送信認証技術)
最近ニュースなどでなりすましメールの被害を見ることが増えてきました。
なりすましメールはフィッシングサイトへの誘導、ウイルスへの感染などへの入り口として利用されています。
インターネットサービスのアカウントの乗っ取りやウイルス感染からの金銭の要求等被害等が出ています。
コンテンツは一見して本物のメールと見分けることはほぼ不可能なレベルまで精緻化されています。
お客様に安心してサービスを使っていただくためにこれらの脅威に対する対策の需要が高まっています。
このセッションでは、北川博士が、なりすましメールの最新の状況と傾向について、また対策として送信者認証技術DMARC、SPF、DKIMについて説明しています。
セッションの後半では、楽天でのケーススタディを紹介します。



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