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The 11th annual London Fraud Forum (LFF) conference runs on Thursday, October 12. Among the speakers are City of London Police Commissioner Ian Dyson; and John Unsworth from the London Digital Security Centre.
Topics include whistle-blowing; investigation in the digital era, the Dark Web, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications for counter-fraud practitioners; and Know Your Customer (KYC). The event is also hearing from both sides of the legal argument: a view from a defence lawyer, Mark Moir, who specialises in financial crime cases; and from Dr Kate Haworth of the Centre for Forensic Linguistics at Aston University, on the use of language analysis in investigating and prosecuting fraud.
To book for the event, at One Great George Street, visit the LFF website.
LFF chairman, Rob Brooker of Transport for London, who’ll be opening the day, said: “Once again our annual conference has a programme of excellent speakers, covering the latest topics and sharing their insights with you to help you in your day-to-day job of combating fraud.”