New technologies are empowering the fraudster along with the rest for us. The practical challenge for businesses is how to harness these technologies to best effect while still keeping our people and businesses safe and secure.
Attend this one day conference and find out the latest developments and innovations in fighting financial crime.
The future of fraud Martin Robinson, Fraud Advisory Panel
Tackling complex financial crime and corporate wrongdoing David Clarke, Fraud Advisory Panel
The sinister side of financial crime: going after the money David Emm, Kaspersky Labs
Cybercrime in a post-Brexit world Peter Johnson, Tempest Security Intelligence
Panel discussion: banking on fraud Chaired by Rachel Sexton, EY;
Panellists include: Katy Worobec, UK Finance and Natasha Vernier, Monzo
Identifying fraud on the balance sheet: three reasons why accounting scandals are still prevalent today Stephen Clapham, Behind the Balance Sheet
How is artificial intelligence shaping the fraud agenda? Andrew Shefford and Robert Dean, KPMG
So you want a smart home/office/warehouse … hacking the Internet of Things to abuse payment system Tony Gee, Pen Test Partners
Action planning Martin Robinson, Fraud Advisory Panel
To register as a Fraud Advisory Panel member: Complete the group booking form and quote ‘FAP member’ in the special requirements field.
2 November 2018Time
09:30 - 16:30Location
Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EACosts £260 + VAT FAP and IIA members; £360 + VAT Non-members