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The Fraud & Cybercrime Forum 22nd November 2016
November 22, 2016 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
We are pleased to confirm the agenda for the FREE TO ATTEND Fraud and Cybercrime Forum meeting on 22nd November in Birmingham, kindly hosted by our friends at DWF LLP.
Attendance is Free of charge and you will be provided with refreshments throughout the day and a buffet lunch.
There is also an after event networking drinks opportunity to mingle with the other delegates and grow and enhance your professional network.
Registration is required for attendance and you can register for free on our Eventbrite page HERE
Space is limited and we are expecting very high demand for this event so please register early to avoid disappointment.
Please See below for the Agenda:
The Fraud and Cybercrime Forum – 22nd November 2016 – AGENDA AND SPEAKERS
09:30 Registration / coffee
Please arrive promptly so that we can get the day started on time as we have an action packed day and we want you to get the very most out of the event.
Grab a cup of tea, coffee or a soft drink and a biscuit and get settled in
10:00 Welcome & Introductions
- Forum news & updates– we will be updating you with the latest news for the forum and making some exciting announcement of some forthcoming enhancements.
(Darren Hodder, Manager Fraud & Cybercrime Forum)
10:15 Session One
Topic- Current Trends and Solutions in the Fraud and Financial Crime Landscape
Speaker- Jacky Cattini, Head of Financial Crime DWF LLP
Jackie is a renowned leader in the financial crime community who has recently joined DWF as the head of Financial Crime.
Jackie will be giving us an up to date review of the important changes affecting the community, as well as examining in detail current trends and methodologies you can employ to integrate technology to mitigate risk within your organisation.
11:15 Coffee break
A selection of Teas, Coffee, Soft Drinks, and biscuits will be available to help keep you going until lunchtime!
11:30 Session Two
Topic-Adoption of Biometrics in a Digital Age
Speaker – Anne Green BA (hons) MICM ACFTech, Managing Director of Global Operations, Paycasso
The technology and customer acceptance to provide biometric proof of identity when engaging with financial services is at its peak. Yet there has been no mass adoption by the banks. Is it ‘price over risk’ or the difficulty in integrating another process within an already complicated customer acquisition journey that involves, Credit, Fraud and Regulatory risk screening through multiple systems. Or are there other deeper rooted issues which create greater customer friction.
Anne is a Subject Matter Expert in the Fraud, financial crime and Fintech fields and currently the Managing Director of Global Operations for Paycasso. A company that specialises in digital Identity assurance. She has previously been business development & innovation director at Experian ID & Fraud Solutions, Head of Fraud for Aviva General Insurance, International Financial Crime Manager at Bupa Insurance Services and a member of the law enforcement community.
12:15 Session Three
Topic- How the Right Training can Help Improve Security Culture
Speaker – Matthew Tyler – CEO, Blackfoot UK Ltd
Despite the growth in systems and technology or perhaps because of it fraud prevention relies heavily on an educated and skilled workforce to intelligently and proactively take the correct actions and make good decisions.
Keeping staff effectively trained is a significant task and burden to any business but is especially difficult for a very large business and those with dispersed workforces.
Matthew will be taking us on a holistic journey looking at how we can train and educate staff using cutting edge cognitive behavioural techniques and systems that ensure that not only do we end up with a workforce that is truly well trained to meet all of the challenges it will face but that it is done in a way that actually reduces the total cost to the business of achieving its end results.
There will be a buffet lunch and refreshments provided.
Please let us know of any dietary requirements for lunch when you register we will do our best to accommodate your needs
13:45 Session Four
Topic- Building your Company’s Defences
Speaker – Laurie Beagle FCICM, EIICM Chair of The Chartered Institute of Credit Management
This will be an Interactive workshop Session lead by Laurie Beagle FCICM, EIICM Chair of The Chartered Institute of Credit Management.
Laurie is an extremely well-known SME and community leader in the financial crime community. Chair of The Chartered Institute of Credit Management and MD of Forums international with 11 credit risk forums and groups that he manages.
We are very fortunate to have Laurie’s expertise to hand to lead this interactive workshop focusing on practical measures you can take to build your company’s defences.
14:30 Session Five
Topic – Virtual Offices in the Fraud and Fincrime Landscape – Building Collaborative Systems between Groups – SLLP’s Developments in the use of SLLP’s in Financial Crime.
Speaker – Peter Radcliffe, Chairman, Virtual Office Forum
Peter will be leading an interactive discussion examining the threat landscape and solutions associated with virtual offices and looking at methodologies that can be developed to allow collaboration and information sharing between professional groups.
He will also be examining the current developments associated with SLLP’s (Scottish Limited Liability Partnerships) and the risk associated together with thoughts on methods to reduce the risk.
Peter is a well-known, experienced leader in the Virtual Office Industry who chairs the VOF (virtual Office Forum). The VOF was originally set up by Operation Stirling to try to reduce the opportunities for criminals using virtual offices targeting businesses and end users by covering their tracks and giving themselves credibility.
15:30 Networking Drinks & Refreshments
There will be a range of drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks) with some nibbles provided and an opportunity to mingle with the other delegates and speakers; so that you can network and exchange ideas, ask questions and expand your professional network.
15:30 Event Closes
Limited spaces are available for guests and prospective new members. If you would like to attend then please sign up via Eventbrite HERE.
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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.