Tuesday 28 June 2022, 9.30am-3pm (BST)
In person – Central London
In collaboration with
UK law enforcement efforts to combat cybercrime are the ‘most joined-up bit of policing’ in the country, but police forces cannot do it alone. Cybercrime will be defeated only through collaboration, engagement and partnership with industry and with the community. While there is still a lot more work to be done, huge progress has been made over the past few years.
In collaboration with the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU), this meeting discussed how the private sector and law enforcement can better collaborate to improve cyber resilience and reduce cybercrime. The day’s agenda was packed with contributions from law enforcement and the private sector, as well as those in-between, already enabling us to work together more closely.
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Opening keynote – The evolution of cyber policing
Presented by Peter Goodman OBE QPM, Executive Director, Goodman Digital Securities
Managing expectations and promoting practical co-operation at all levels
Presented by Philip Virgo, Advisory Board Member, Digital Policy Alliance
A national network of Cyber Resilience Centres – how are we doing?
Presented by Det Supt Nick Bell, CEO, National Cyber Resilience Centre Group
and DI Chris White, Head of Cyber & Innovation, The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East
Cyber Choices and Cyber Protect at a regional level – how can we help?
Presented by Jez Rogers, Cyber Security Advisor, SEROCU
and Andy Rawlinson, Cyber Security Advisor, SEROCU
Panel session – Working together
Facilitated by Martin Smith MBE, Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Det Supt Helen Rance, Cyber Crime Lead, Metropolitan Police Service
Philip Virgo, Advisory Board Member, Digital Policy Alliance
DI Chris White, Head of Cyber & Innovation, The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East
Peter Goodman OBE QPM, Executive Director, Goodman Digital Securities