Stewart Garrick has completed 30 years’ experience in Law Enforcement (27 years in the Metropolitan Police Service, and 3 in the UK’s National Crime Agency).  Most recently, 4 years investigating cybercrime at an international level - both on the Met’s Police Central eCrime Unit and then in the National Crime Agency as a Senior Investigating Officer. He freely admits that cybercrime represented the steepest challenge of his professional policing career.

He retired from public service in July 2015 and has now joined The Shadowserver Foundation - a not for profit, global organisation that is committed to making the Internet safer.  Upon retirement he became a National Crime Agency Special and remains active in ongoing cybercrime investigations internationally. He has presented Master classes at Europol and sits on their Internet Security Advisory Board. He is also a member of the Interpol Global Cybercrime Experts Group.

The 501c3 non-profit Shadowserver Foundation collects many types of large scale security data sets and freely provides daily infection data to network owners for remediation purposes. It regularly works with national CERTs, ISPs/hosting companies and law enforcement agencies combating malware, botnets and cybercrime activities. 

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An open-source presentation that includes my "banking trojan ecosystem"

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