Masterclass Fraud & Cybercrime – how do we manage the risks and controls?

26th January 2017Free – £70
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Workshop Synopsis

We would like to engage our members into examining some ‘Real life problems relating to fraud/ cybercrime’ The format of the masterclass will look to engage everyone into groups to consider the real-life problems, which are shared by many and hopefully identify the causes; and to then help develop possible solutions.

Fraud & Cybercrime – how do we manage the risks and controls?”

08:3009:00Registration with coffee/tea & light refreshments
09:0009:10Introduction and welcome from the Chair
Alan Brown
09:1009:50Governance, board engagement or policies and codes of practice, risk identification, mitigation, setting a risk appetite, establishing processes and practices and integrating these to include Anti-fraud awareness programmes & Issues around communication and building partnershipAnthony Smith - Northumbrian Water
09:5011:20The Hackers’ Perspective – get people talking security in your business.
Building on the previous session we will look at what strategies you can use back at your workplace to engage colleagues and start communicating good security practices. We will focus on the hackers’ perspective to uncover risks, vulnerabilities and develop preventative solutions using a simple interactive workshop exercise which you can take back and use in your organisation.
Sarah Janes - Layer8
Coffee Break
Other TopicsHR & Work practices relating to investigations
Other TopicsBribery and Corruption
12:0012:30Panel Session
12:30Masterclass Close
Agenda for Fraud & Cybercrime – how do we manage the risks and controls?” Masterclass - Thursday 26th January 2017

Details

Date:
26th January 2017
Cost:
Free – £70
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Organiser

John Heslop

Venue

Newcastle Business School
5 Barrack Road
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4SE United Kingdom
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