The worldwide adoption of 5G (possibly as soon as 2020) is expected to transform the way we live, work and interact by offering faster broadband and greater hyper-connectivity between people and machines.
This executive breakfast briefing will consider the changing nature of telecommunications fraud and the potential security implications arising from the next generation mobile network.
- Latest telecoms fraud threats and future predictions
- Securing the 5G supply chain from procurement fraud
- The changing nature of online misinformation
- Bribery and corruption risks and compliance: lessons learnt from VEON
Andy Mayo (Senior Group Fraud Manager, Vodafone Group) will provide an update on the 5G security challenge what the next generation threat landscape will look like.
Evgeny Kornilovich (Head of Compliance Monitoring & Testing, VEON) will outline the key features of a US DoJ-required compliance programme and the practical lessons learnt.
11 December 2019Time
08:30 - 10:30 (registration and light breakfast from 08:00 )Location
Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EACosts FAP £20+VAT; Non-members £40+VAT