This Cyber Fraud Research Unit executive breakfast briefing
will examine biohacking and implanted technologies and the implications these have for counter fraud professionals
Human re-engineering and its impact on our daily lives – today and in the future
Steven Northam from BioTeq (human implant specialists) will provide a first-hand account of how implanted technology works and how it can be applied to our daily lives.
Brainjacking and the future of medical device security
Laurie Pycroft from University of Oxford will discuss his research into medical device security, particularly in relation to neurological implants and their vulnerability to electronic attack.
Rising to the cyber challenge of new banking technologies
Christopher Greany from Barclays will examine the current cyber threats to financial services and how the application of wearable and other new technologies may change the future of banking.
The event will be chaired by Monty Raphael QC, principal, Cyber Fraud Research Unit.
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18 October 2018Time
08:30 - 10:45 (Registration and a light breakfast from 08:00)Location
Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EACosts FAP members £15 + VAT; Non-members £25 + VAT Terms and conditions