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Cyber Crimes Topic of Asian World Center Lecture at Creighton University

Cyber crimes in the 21st century is the topic of the Creighton University Asian World Center Distinguished Lecture Series.

FBI Agent Weysan Dun will present “Navigating the Cyber Threat Landscape of the 21st Century ” from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 29, in the auditorium of the Mike and Josie Harper Center. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Dun will discuss groups using cyber threats for profit, terrorist groups looking for ways to attack the infrastructure of the United States and spies looking to steal top-secret information. He will also focus on the development of singular criminals who commit cyber crimes from start to finish to networks of criminals who develop specialties within complex criminal operations.

He was named Special Agent in Charge, Omaha Division of the FBI in 2010. Dun began his career in 1982 and specializes in national security, high technology theft, extremist, and violent crime investigations.