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The Fraud & Cybercrime Forum May 2016 (Birmingham)

May 24, 2016 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

£200 - £600

The Fraud & Cybercrime Forum examines current issues and trends, developments in online identity, payments, law enforcement and sharing of best practice between membership organisations. Run under the Chatham House Rule, we have a few places remaining for prospective new members.



09:30 Registration / coffee

10:00 Welcome & Introductions

  • Forum news & updates

(Darren Hodder, Manager Fraud & Cybercrime Forum)

10:30 Counter Fraud Trends

  • Key challenges, trends
  • Industry collaboration
  • Services & capability at DWF

(Miles Hepworth, DWF)

11:15 Coffee break

11:30 Open Session

  • Trends, issues being experienced by members
  • Open debate & discussion


12:15 Regulatory Update

  • EU & Data Protection
  • 4th AML Directive
  • PSD2

(Darren Hodder, Manager Fraud & Cybercrime Forum)

13:00 Lunch

13:45 Using Device Profiling for Prevention of Online and Mobile Fraud

  • Overview on what is possible using device profiling
  • How does device profiling fit within a wider counter fraud strategy
  • Case Study and Q&A

(Anne Green, Experian)

14:30 Future Topics & Agenda Items

  • Discuss and agree target items for remaining 2016 forum meetings

15:00 Close

Note: Timings are approximate and the agenda is subject to change


Joining the Fraud & Cybercrime Forum

The Fraud & Cybercrime forum is a membership forum. The cost of subscription is currently £600 per year and provides you, and your organisation, with the following benefits:

  • Access to a minimum of 4 forum meetings annually, each of 1 day duration for any 2 members of staff within your organisation
  • Access to members to share experiences and draw on each other’s knowledge
  • Development and enhancement of best and new practice in tackling fraud & cybercrime
  • Build personal and professional networks among peers and subject experts
  • Access to a members only website which includes presentations and materials from previous meetings
  • Regular email alerts and updates including a daily media alert from Operation Sterling
  • Input into UK law enforcement and other bodies to steer policy and gain access to intelligence
  • Earn CPD / CPE points by attending our meetings

If you would like to subscribe then please contact us directly. If your organisation is interested in sponsoring the forum then please also contact us via email.



May 24, 2016
9:30 am - 3:00 pm
£200 - £600
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