Webinar: Combatting fraud with data and intelligence
In 2023, we will see fraud reclassified as a threat to national security as criminals continue to exploit the crime type with devastating human and economic consequences.
On March 28th (2 PM BST), a 90-minute webinar chaired by financial crime expert Ian Dyson QPM, a Distinguished Fellow at RUSI (Royal United Services Institute) and former City of London Police Commissioner, Clue will invite economic crime and fraud prevention experts from the counter-fraud community to discuss the ways in which fraud can be prevented with data- and intelligence-led approaches.
Attendees of the webinar can expect to leave equipped with actionable advice on how to implement better data and intelligence sharing, collaboration, and interoperability to enhance fraud prevention strategies.
The full line-up of panellists includes:
- Introduction: Clare Elford, Chief Executive Officer, Clue Software
- Chair: Ian Dyson, Distinguished fellow at RUSI and former City of London Police Commissioner
- Mick Gallagher, Chief Investigator, Serious Fraud Office (SFO)
- Adrian Searle, Director, National Economic Crime Centre (NECC), National Crime Agency (NCA)
- Nichola Meghji, Detective Inspector, Economic Crime Unit, City of London Police
- Brian Lewis, Special Agent for Homeland Security Investigations, US Embassy London
- Matt Horne, Head of Policing & Government, Clue Software
This webinar forms the first of a series led by influential subject matter experts, where Clue will explore and share practical advice on preventing the evolving spectrum of economic crime, including fraud, money laundering and corruption.
The purpose of each webinar will be to establish current threat landscapes while exploring practical examples of teams and organisations that are leading with preventative tactics.
“With the increasing recognition that Economic Crime is a national security threat, combined with the huge scale of fraud causing real harm across society, it is more important than ever to bring together experts to focus on these challenges,” commented Matt Horne, Clue’s Head of Government & Policing. “We cannot simply arrest our way out of this problem, so driving prevention at scale, led by data and intelligence, is vital.
“I am very excited to be part of this excellent webinar and delighted with the high calibre of panellists.”
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