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Wednesday 27 October 2021, 11am-12noon (BST)

How do you think UK law enforcement should deter, divert and support those making the wrong decisions online? Join the SEROCU Cyber Choices team and Martin Smith MBE in an interactive session exploring real cases referred to the team.

From attacks on school networks to compromising foreign governments, make decisions on the situations presented and see how you would shape the future of those getting it wrong in the world of cyber.

The cases presented are based on real referrals sent through to the team, suitably anonymised to protect those involved. Find out how the team manage the risks those involved pose and how they try to divert, deter or rehabilitate them.

Share your views on the moral and ethical dilemmas that some cases present, and find out how you could be able to help with future cases.

If you are a member of ISACA, ICA or The Security Institute, you can earn CPE/CPD points for attending our webinars live. Remember to log your attendance with your provider to be credited.

Chaired by

Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG

Presented by

Sergeant Andy Rawlinson, SEROCU Cyber Choices Officer, South-East Regional Organised Crime Unit
DC Peter Chaffey, SEROCU Cyber Choices Officer, South-East Regional Organised Crime Unit

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