- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
One Great George Street, London SW1 is again the venue for the annual conference of the London Fraud Forum (LFF). Alan Day, chairman of the forum, will open the event. He is Senior Audit and Investigations Manager – Fraud and Security at Transport for London. For a preview from him, visit the LFF website.
Speakers at the annual event include Dr Stephen Moody, Head of Business Solutions, Detica NetReveal, on likely trends; information sharing to prevent your organisation being hit by electronic crime, by Chris Gibson, Director – eCrime, Citi; social engineering methods to do fraud, and what your organisation can do to prevent it, by Sharon Conheady, Director, First Defence Information Security; a business victim of fraud; Gavin MacFadyen of Whistleblowers UK; Phil Atkinson, Manager – Operations, Terrorist Finance Team UK Financial Intelligence Unit, Serious Organised Crime Aagency (SOCA) on terrorist financing; and on the cost of fraud, Mark Button, Director, Centre for Counter-Fraud Studies, University of Portsmouth.
Two speakers from the audit firm Deloitte will cover third party due diligence – and managing your supply chain to prevent fraud; Emma Codd, and Nic Carrington, each Partner – Forensic at the auditor.
And to round off the day DCI Dave Pester of the Economic Crime Unit, at Greater Manchester Police, will go over Operation Component, a complex investigation that targeted a sophisticated organised crime gang from Manchester, who made around £3m by hijacking corporate identities. Gang members were jailed for a total of 15 years in February 2013.