Darren J. Mott
Supervisory Special Agent, Cyber Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

Darren J. Mott is a Supervisory Special Agent with the Computer Intrusion Unit within the Cyber Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation at FBI Headquarter, Washington, D.C. SSA Mott has been an FBI Special Agent since 1999 and has been involved in Cyber Investigations since that time. SSA Mott was the Case Agent for two large scale Cyber Intellectual Property Rights Investigations in the Charlotte Field Office, titled OPERATION FAST LINK and OPERATION SITE DOWN in 2004 and 2005. SSA Mott was promoted to FBI Headquarters in 2007 and heads up the Cyber Division's Russian and Eurasian Organized Crime Initiative. SSA Mott holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree from the State University of New York at Potsdam.

Supervisory Special Agent Mott will discuss THE RISE OF EASTERN EUROPEAN ORGANIZED CYBER CRIME.

Cyber crime originating from Eastern Europe is a growing problem that targets the financial infrastructure of not only the United States but other industrialized western countries. While focused primarily in Russia, this crime problem has branched out to Romania and other Eastern European countries with a computer savvy population and few jobs with which they can utilize these skills. This disenfranchisement is being exploited by organized crime entities in these countries that are creating a new form of "Cyber Crime Families." This presentation will focus on the rise of cyber crime in this area, the type of crime coming from specific countries and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's approach to addressing this problem.