OMB briefing 2008 01 11 a

OMB briefing 2008 01 11 a - FBI Criminal Investigation:...

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FBI Criminal Investigation: Cisco Routers Section Chief Raul Roldan Supervisory Special Agent Inez Miyamoto Intelligence Analyst Tini Leon January 11, 2008 The overall classification of this presentation is UNCLASSIFIED
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Agenda FBI Criminal Investigation Supply Chain Critical Infrastructure Threats Government Procurement Problems FBI Coordination Intelligence Gap
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FBI Criminal Investigation Cisco Routers
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Nationwide Cases Green – DCIS; Red – FBI joint cases; Blue – FBI
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Search Warrants Executed Boston Cleveland Boulder Houston Columbus Kansas City Long Beach Dallas Oklahoma City
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Counterfeit Equipment Routers Models: 1000 and 2000 Series Switches Models: WS-C2950-24, WS-X4418-GB (for CAT4000series) GigaBit Interface Converter (GBIC) Models: WS-G5483, WS-G5487 WAN Interface Card (WIC) Models: VWIC-1MFT-E1, VWIC-2MFT-G703, WIC- 1DSU-T1-V2
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Cost Comparison Example Counterfeit 1721 Router $234.00 Genuine 1721 Router $1,375.00
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Cisco Identified Problems Problems Low manufacturing standards Higher failure rate Duplicate MAC addresses of routers and switches can shut down an entire network Examples In 2002, duplicate MAC addresses shut down an end user’s network in Pittsburgh In 2004, a government agency conducted a network upgrade to its North American weather communication system—it failed upon installation Cisco 1721 router installed in a network caught fire due to a faulty power supply
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Sub-Contracting Process GSA IT Vendor 1st Sub-Contractor 3rd Sub-Contractor 2nd Sub-Contractor Counterfeit Equipment Distributor Government or Govt. Contractor (drop ships as GSA Vendor) (order placed)
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Supply Chain
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ShenZhen, PRC
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Supply Chain 1 – Directly from PRC Supplied to Government through “drop ship” U.S. Distributors places orders
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Supply Chain 2 – Through Foreign Country Distributors
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Supply Chain 3 – ebay
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Supply Chain 4 – Government Credit Card Non-GSA Vendor Selling Cisco Equipment Government Purchase Card
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Supply Chain 1 – Directly from PRC eGlobe Solutions Inc. Syren Technology
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