Date and Time: Wednesday 27 September 2023
Registration time (HKT): 2:30pm – 3:00pm (coffee and tea will be served)
Seminar time (HKT): 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Webinar platform: Cisco Webex
Award: 2 CPE points
Please refer to the event flyer for registration guideline and details.
As crypto goes mainstream, so do crypto frauds and scams. Hardly a day goes by without news about people suffering significant financial losses from elaborate constructs like FTX, to having all their funds locked up in disappeared trading platforms, to simply clicking a button they shouldn't have.
Deep down, many such scam and fraud schemes follow the same formulae behind non-crypto setups. However, specific regulatory and technical realities surrounding crypto these days do give rise to ingenious attack schemes unique to the Web3 ecosystem.
Flash loan attack? Ice phishing? MEV (maximal extractable value) frontrunning? What are they and how do they work? This sharing attempts to demystify commonplace crypto frauds and scams, explaining what they really are, in plain English.
Albert Hui, Principal Consultant, Security Ronin
Albert Hui is a digital forensicator known for his clinical approach to tech details. Having been a CISO at a cryptoasset exchange and having investigated “a few” crypto fraud / scam / hacking cases, Albert is keen to share his battle-hardened insights on crypto. Albert has spoken at Black Hat, HTCIA, ACFE, and is the spokesperson of DEF CON Group Hong Kong.
Anthony Cheng, Partner, Aquaseason Professionals
Anthony Cheng is a GRC professional specializing in fraud & financial crime investigation, AML/CTF, and sanctions compliance. With over 20 years of experience in control and compliance for listed companies and private equity funds, he brings a pragmatic approach to enterprise risk. He holds a spectrum of credentials, encompassing CFE, GRCA, CAMS-RM, CSS, CFCS, FICA, CIPM, and CISM.