James J. Barlow
Director of Security Operations and Incident Response, National Center for Supercomputing Applications,
University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois

James J. Barlow is the Head of Security Operations and Incident Response at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). Jim has been at NCSA for over 13 years where he has been involved in system administration and security, and has been doing security full time for the last 8 years. He has also been involved with security research projects being done within the National Center for Advanced Secure System Research division (www.ncassr.org), the National Center for Digital Intrusion Response (www.ncdir.gov), and participates in the TeraGrid security working group (www.teragrid.org).

Mr. Barlow will discuss FBI CASE STUDY: MAJOR CASE 216.

FBI Major Case 216 was an international cyber case that involved thousands of compromised machines with ten’s of thousands of user accounts that were compromised. To solve the case it required cooperation from dozens of sites, as well as a great deal of international cooperation. The year long investigation concluded with the apprehension and conviction of the individual responsible. But, is that the end of the story?