Yorkshire & Humberside Fraud Forum 12th annual conference

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

09.15 COFFEE AND REGISTRATION
 
09.45 YHFF INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME

09.50

CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN'S WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Shari Vahl
, Reporter, You and Yours, BBC Radio 4

10.10

AN UPDATE FROM THE JOINT FRAUD TASK FORCE
Owen Rowland, Head of Economic and Cyber Crime Unit (ECCU), Strategic Centre for Organised Crime, Home Office

10.45

TACKLING FRAUD AND CORRUPTION IN THE CHARITY SECTOR
Diana Isiye
, Head of Counter Fraud, Oxfam GB

11.20

COFFEE

11.40

DATA PROTECTION AND DATA LOSS, INCLUDING THE IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTI-FRAUD PRACTITIONERS OF THE GDPR, AND A CASE STUDY
Beatrice Duke
, Associate, Addleshaw Goddard
Ewan Donald, Senior Manager, KPMG
Andy Ralston, Investigations Manager, Aviva

12.40

LUNCH

13.25

KEYNOTE SESSION
THE FRAUD VICTIM'S PERSPECTIVE
Shari Vahl will present a session examining the effects on victims - both financial and psychological - of being defrauded.  Shari has wide experience of fraud cases and of how the lives of victims are destroyed by fraudsters.  

14.05

THE CYBER CRIME THREAT LANDSCAPE
-  is the Dark Web as scary as it's made out to be?
-  understanding the theats from ransomware, malware, phishing and business
   email compromise - and protecting your business from attack
-  Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and how to
    use them to defend your company
Adrian Cheek, Threat Intelligence Lead, Cyber Security Specialist, Tempest Security Intelligence

14.45 COFFEE

15.00

AN UPDATE FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT FRONT LINE:  the changing face of the police response to fraud
Jon Hodgeon
, Detective Inspector, North Yorkshire Police

15.40 CASE STUDY:  OPERATION BOLDO
Operation Boldo was a recent food fraud case involving enquiries in several European jurisdictions.  The City of London Police worked with partners from local authorities, the Food Standards Agency and the food industry, resulting in two convictions in July 2017 for conspiracy to defraud.
Stephen Briars, Detective Constable, City of London Police

16.15 CHAIRMAN'S CLOSING REMARKS

16.30 CLOSE OF CONFERENCE

 

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