Thursday 26 November, 11am – 12noon (GMT)
Craig Jones is Director of Cybercrime at Interpol; based in Singapore, he leads its Global Cybercrime Programme with the objectives of reducing the global impact of cybercrime and protecting communities for a safer world. Craig is responsible for operational delivery, cyber threat response and capabilities development in support of 194 Interpol member countries.
Originally from New Zealand and with almost 30 years’ experience in law enforcement, Craig is an expert in the area of cyber/ digital crime investigations and capabilities development. He previously held several senior management positions in the UK law enforcement, most recently at the National Crime Agency in the UK. In this capacity, he coordinated the UK’s law enforcement response to the National Cyber Security Programme, which underpinned the UK’s National Cyber Security Strategy. He also worked on the international capacity framework project, representing the UK and now Interpol, at the Global Forum for Cyber Expertise working groups and forums.
We are privileged to hear Craig’s story and learn more about his journey to, and his work at, the highest echelons of global law enforcement.
Martin Smith MBE (info) Chairman & Founder of The SASIG
In conversation with
Craig Jones (info), Director of Cybercrime, Interpol