- Mike Hulett, Head of Operations, National Cyber Crime Unit, National Crime Agency
- DCI Vanessa Smith, Regional Cyber Crime Unit Team Lead, Yorkshire and Humber
- Giles Herdale, Head of Intelligence & Investigation Programme, National Police Chiefs Council
- Alex Gloster, Cyber Crime Advisor
- Alex Williams, Business Crime Advisor, Warwickshire County Council
- Further speakers TBC
The scale of cyber crime in the UK is large and growing. Police forces and local authorities must constantly refresh their cyber crime strategies in order to protect the public, support victims and investigate crimes effectively.
Join us on Thursday 9 November to hear from Mike Hulett, Head of Operations, National Cyber Crime Unit, National Crime Agency and assess how you can strengthen your response to cyber crime.
Key Issues to be Addressed:
- Overview of the national landscape and the new Government’s approach to cyber crime
- Update on current threat and vulnerability trends
- Safeguarding young people online: countering child pornography, cyber-bullying and other issues
- Tackling offending: developing intelligence and investigation capabilities
- Building community resilience to scams and frauds
- Case studies of successful cyber crime deterrence and enforcement
- Partnership working and multi-agency approaches to tackling cyber crime
About the Day:
The morning session will focus on the Government’s strategy to tackling cyber crime and the national landscape. You will examine current threat and vulnerability trends and explore how to develop a robust local response to cyber crime.
In the afternoon session you will hear case studies of effective local approaches to tackling cyber crime.
Morning refreshments will be served upon arrival with a networking lunch to follow. Any special needs or dietary requirements should be notified to us upon booking.
The event is CPD certified, and a certificate is available confirming your attendance.
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Who Should Attend?
Delegates will be drawn from all those with an interest in cyber crime, including: police services; courts and tribunal services; community safety teams; child safeguarding services; regional cyber crime units; Police & Crime Commissioners; central government; third organisations and others with a stake in combating cyber crime.