Tackling high-harm fraud with data, intelligence, and collaboration

In the latest in our economic crime webinar series, Ian Dyson QPM will chair an expert panel to explore strategies to tackle high-harm fraud against individuals and organisations perpetrated by increasingly technically sophisticated borderless organised criminal gangs.

Date: Jul 9, 2024
Type: Webinar

Fraudsters’ methods are evolving; including employing AI to evade detection, exploiting risk created by APP reimbursement legislation; and targeting organisational vulnerabilities. How can you increase operational resilience to protect your organisation and customers?

How do the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act, the Online Safety Act, pending failure to prevent fraud offence, and new bills likely following general election affect your response?

On 9th July at 14:00 BST, experts from law enforcement, government agencies, law firms, industry bodies will discuss the latest developments in criminal activity to commit fraud, new legislation, their expectations for the future, and what you can do to strengthen your response.

Chair: Ian Dyson QPM, former City of London Police Commissioner and Distinguished Fellow at Royal United Service Institute (RUSI),

Panel:

  • Nick Sharp, Deputy Director, National Economic Crime Centre, National Crime Agency
  • Julie Barnes, Assistant Director – South, The Insolvency Service
  • Helena Wood, Director of Public Policy and Strategic Engagement, Cifas
  • Ben Cooper, Partner, Economic Crime Compliance, TLT LLP
  • Matt Horne, Director of Intelligence and Investigations, Clue Software
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