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Incident Management for Cyber Fraud

  • 20 Sep 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 11:30 PM
  • EY, One Colmore Square Birmingham B4 6HQ
  • 16

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Incident Management for Cyber Fraud


Thursday 20 September 2018 – 8.30am to 11.30am

Hosted by EY, One Colmore Square

Birmingham B4 6HQ



AGENDA


08.30

Registration and Refreshments

 

09.00

Welcome & introduction

 

09.05

John Scott, Bank of England – speaking on ‘Cyber Psychology’

 

10.05

Coffee

 

10.25

DS Nigel Collins, West Midlands Police – who will be leading a case study on a criminal cyber investigation

 

11.15

Questions to the speakers

 

11.30

Close

 


Speakers


John Scott, Bank of England

John Scott heads the Security Education programme for the Bank of England, delivering a series of events and communications to all staff designed to raise awareness of the issues around physical, personnel and information security, and to encourage behavioural and ultimately cultural change.  Prior to his work at the Bank John was  an IT trainer in Further and Higher Education for 20 years giving him a strongly honed sympathy for the frustrations many people feel when faced with new technology. John is passionate about communicating the why and easily actionable advice, believing that most people want to be more secure, they’re just not necessarily sure how to become so.

DS Nigel Collins, West Midlands Police

DS Nigel Collins is a serving West Midlands Police officer and is currently working as a lead detective of Cyber Crime within the Regional Organised Crime Unit.  Nigel has extensive experience within this field and will be sharing one of his investigations with you; highlighting the methods that are deployed to detect these types of challenging offences.



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