Yorkshire & Humberside Fraud Forum 12th annual conference

Date: Wednesday 15th November 2017
Venue: Park Plaza Leeds

The Yorkshire & Humber Fraud Forum is a not-for-profit organisation that was created to support, encourage and protect the growth of the Yorkshire and Humberside economy by bringing public and private sectors together to combat fraud and financial crime.

The key benefit of YHFF membership is becoming part of a valuable network of people directly involved in the business of combating fraud every day.  The opportunity to share knowledge, experiences and best practices - with your counterparts from within your own sector and outside - is an essential business requirement in today’s public and private sectors.

YHFF members are anti-fraud practitioners from a diverse range of companies and organisations, including corporates (small and large), financial institutions, local authorities, health service organisations and law enforcement.  The YHFF runs masterclasses and specialist forums throughout the year, which are a valuable opportunity for members to get together and hear about the latest developments and trends in fraud  - and what you can do to prevent your business or organisation being affected.

The YHFF annual conference is a great way to meet with fellow anti-fraud practitioners, to establish new contacts and renew existing ones.

The conference delegate fee of only £150 + VAT automatically includes a year’s membership of the Yorkshire & Humber Fraud Forum, which provides free attendance at masterclasses throughout the year.

Key topics at this year's conference included:

  • the cyber crime threat landscape, including the Dark Web
  • an update from the Joint Fraud Task Force
  • data protection and data loss, including the implications for anti-fraud practitioners of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

This year's conference was attended by over 80 front-line anti-fraud practitioners from across the public and private sectors in the Yorkshire and Humber region and elsewhere.

The feedback was extremely positive:

"One of the best conferences I have attended."
"An excellent conference."

For more information on the activities of the Yorkshire & Humber Fraud Forum and how you can become a member, please visit the organisation's website here.

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