The routinisation and pervasiveness of internet use has made certain types of internet-based crimes for economic gain possible, and has facilitated immensely the scale of others. Cyberspace is constantly evolving for an extensive range of functions, services and products but is now attracting a wide range of criminal activity that exploits weaknesses in procedures that threatens to outstrip preventative and other measures for control protection. The increased vulnerabilities to organisations can, however, be identified and anticipated so long as organisations keep up-to-date with trends and effective responses – approaches that inform this practitioner-based seminar.
|08:30||09:00||Registration with coffee/tea & light refreshments|
|09:00||09:10||Introduction and welcome from the Chair|
|09:10||09:55||Protect Yourself: An overview of the current fraud and cyber crime threats affecting individuals and businesses.||John Unsworth|
Director of Economic and Cyber Crime Prevention Centre (ECPC), City of London Police,
John is currently the head of the Economic and Cyber Crime Prevention Centre (ECPC), within the City of London Police.
|09:55||10:25||Bank Mandate Fraud – recent experiences from a company operating in the construction sector.||Anna Urbanowicz|
Group Director of Internal Controls
Anna has both an external and internal audit background with a career across KPMG, Royal & Sun Alliance and AB Electrolux in the UK and overseas. She joined the Esh Group in 2011 to head up a new Governance & Compliance initiative and the development of process and system change.
|10:45||11:15||Corporate Control – A Cyber Fraud Risk & Control Assessment Framework - Cyber fraud can affect many aspects of your business, this presentation will look to open your minds as to the types of risks that crime businesses are looking to use your resources or sell you something cheap, which may turn out to be low quality and a potential health and safety risk. Therefore, a full assessment of key risks including internal fraud, supplier fraud and third party related fraud is important in order to then assess your controls (operational and technical) and benchmark these against key controls frameworks to identify gaps and solutions.||Paul Ridley - Newcastle City Council|
|11:15||11:45||Time To Fight Back - Cyber Attacks are being reported with increasing frequency and severity and many organisations believe that they are powerless to defend themselves. During this session, we’ll show practical steps that organisations can take to bolster their defences to help prevent over 80% of these attacks and make their organisation a resilient one that is great to do business with.||Stuart Green – SJG Digital Ltd|