Tuesday 31 January 2023, 9am-2.30pm (GMT)
In person – Chelmsford
Live stream via Zoom (9.30am-1.30pm)
In association with
UK law enforcement efforts to combat cyber fraud are the ‘most joined-up bit of policing’ in the country, but police forces cannot do it alone. Cyber fraud will be defeated only through collaboration, engagement and partnership with industry and 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 Essex Police, this meeting will discuss how business and law enforcement can better collaborate to improve cyber resilience and reduce cyber fraud. The day’s agenda is packed with contributions from law enforcement and the private sector who are already enabling us to work together more closely, including Action Fraud, the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre, UK Finance, and more.
Presentations on the day include:
Presented by Roger Hirst (info), Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Essex Police
A presentation on police strategies against cyber fraud
Presented by Gavin Saunders, Cyber Prevent & Protect Officer, Essex Police
Responding to cyber fraud with Action Fraud
Presented by Detective Sergeant Chris Buckingham, Business Stakeholder Manager, NFIB, City of London Police
Introduction to the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre
Presented by Detective Superintendent Paul Lopez, Director, Eastern Region Cyber Resilience Centre
The psychology of fraud and online-enabled crime
Presented by Paul Maskall (info), Fraud and Cybercrime Prevention Manager, Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU), UK Finance
Panel session: Working together
Facilitated by Tarquin Folliss OBE (info), Vice Chairman, The SASIG
Mark Shelford, Police and Crime Commissioner, Avon and Somerset Police
Paul Maskall (info), Fraud and Cybercrime Prevention Manager, Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU), UK Finance
Detective Superintendent Paul Lopez, Director, Eastern Region Cyber Resilience Centre
Dr William Priestley (info), Enterprise SE Manager – UK, Varonis
Amber Burridge (info), Head of Fraud Intelligence, CIFAS
We look forward to welcoming you to this popular event on the SASIG calendar.
All SASIG events operate under the Chatham House Rule and there is no charge to attend. Refreshments will be kindly provided by our hosts.
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