Jart Armin

Jart Armin

Jart Armin

Principal of CYBE, leading analyst and researcher of cyber threat intelligence

Principal of CYBE, leading analyst and researcher of cyber threat intelligence, community researcher of organised cybercrime and cyber-warfare and at the forefront of quantification of Internet badness and advances in cybercriminal tools and tracking.
Editor of HostExploit, founder of the Cyber Security Foundation & DeepEndResearch.org, renowned analyst of the RBN (Russian Business Network), Russian cybercrime operations, and instrumental in the exposure of cyber-attacks on Georgia and cybercriminal hosts such as McColo and Atrivo.
Jart is a coordinator for APWG.EU, Designated Expert for Europol on Cyber Security, Member of ENISA ETL (European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, Threat Landscape Security Group), Steering Committee for the Criminal Use of Information Hiding (CUIng) Initiative in cooperation with the Europol European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Chairman of the APWG (anti phishing working group) for mobile technology security, Member of RIPE NCC (Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre),  Member of the “NATO -National Cyber Security Framework –Peace and Security Program” – series of workshops and publications.
Keynotes, presentations, articles and papers on cybercrime and cyber security: Cambridge University, Harvard University – Berkman Institute, APWG, M3AAG, US Department of Defence, NATO, Italian Senate, BBC, MNBC, CNN, RT, and other academic centres including; Sofia, Stanford, Modena, Milan, Dublin, Zagreb, Prague, Rotterdam, Cologne, Oberammergau, Stockholm, Tallinn, Vilnius, Vienna, Puerto Rico, Buenos Aries, and Kiev.