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Guernsey | 06. 06. 2017

2017 Guernsey CyberCrime Forum

The definitive cybercrime event of the year

The breadth of the challenge linked to cybercrime can sometimes be bewildering. Often senior managers and financial services professionals have more questions than answers about how to prevent cybercrime. This event aims to answer some of the burning questions and will serve as a road map for risk management frameworks.

2017-06-06 09:00:00 2017-06-06 16:15:00 Europe/London 2017 Guernsey CyberCrime Forum Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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The definitive cybercrime event of the year

The breadth of the challenge linked to cybercrime can sometimes be bewildering. Often senior managers and financial services professionals have more questions than answers about how to prevent cybercrime. This event aims to answer some of the burning questions and will serve as a road map for risk management frameworks.

The forum will feature speakers from local industry as well as global cyber security leaders fighting to raise awareness of the current cyber security risks within the financial services industry.

Pricing & discounts

Price: £395

We offer the following discounts for this event:

  • 20% for GACO members
  • 10% for ICA, STEP, GAT, IoD, CIISF, Digital Greenhouse and GCOC members

What can you expect?

Designed in collaboration with industry and local experts, this event is essential for those wanting to stay ahead of cybercrime.

Delegates can expect a fascinating keynote presentation on 'How the NCSC works with the financial services industry in the fight against cybercrime' delivered by GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

Our speakers will present for around 20 minutes, after which there will be an interview with the conference chairman, who will encourage questions from the audience. This conference will also feature a panel discussion with a selection of speakers.

2017-06-06 09:00:00 2017-06-06 16:15:00 Europe/London 2017 Guernsey CyberCrime Forum Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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Event Schedule

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Registration & refreshments

08:30
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Frank De Mita, Director, Global Outreach and Development at Jersey International Business School

Introduction

09:00
  • Welcome address
  • Thanks to sponsors
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Detective Chief Superintendent Glenn Maleary, Head of Economic Crime Directorate at the City of London Police

The long arm of the law – how the City of London police force is combating cybercrime

09:15
  • Victim first approach
  • Local delivery with global reach
  • Authentic protective messaging
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Lieutenant Colonel (Retd) Colin Vaudin, Chief Information Officer at the States of Guernsey

Cyber security as an economic development opportunity

09:45
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Panel discussion: How law enforcement & politicians are working together to fight cybercrime

10:15
  • Political initiatives
  • How effective cooperation can reduce risk
  • Guernsey opportunity to differentiate itself as a leading jurisdiction
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Break

10:45
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A National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ, specialist

How the NCSC works with the financial services industry in the fight against cybercrime

11:00
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Nicholas Bortman, Principal/Co-Founder of Raedas Consulting Limited

Recovering your assets in the aftermath of a cyberattack

11:30
  • How to identify the individual or organisation behind a cyberattack
  • How to locate those responsible and develop information on their activities, methods, assets and, in particular, the destination of stolen funds
  • The prospects for using legal process as a means of recovery


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Panel discussion: Practical guidance on preventing a cyberattack

12:00
  • Risk identification
  • Securing critical systems
  • Social engineering's role in cyber weakness
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Lunch

12:30
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Brian Bethell, Director at KPMG & Matej Jurkic, Audit Manager at KPMG

The importance of strong information security governance

13:30
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Matthew Parker, Head of Information Security at Mourant Ozannes

Being prepared for a data breach

14:00
  • The consequences of data breaches
  • Understand the threats to your organisation
  • Managing the incident
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Panel discussion: GDPR & data governance considerations

14:30
  • The impact of GDPR
  • Effective data governance architecture 
  • How to deal with a data security incident
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Break

15:00
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Mark Dunster, Partner at Carey Olsen & Richard Field, Counsel at Carey Olsen

Human factors in cyber security

15:15
  • Why the "cyber" part is only 20% of the problem
  • But we have cyber insurance?
  • Insider threats; staff – greatest asset, greatest risk
  • Data protection – the first line of defence
  • Common issues and legal remedies – lessons learnt in the Channel Islands
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Matt Middleton, Co-founder of GreyFort Cyber Security

Cyber security – a proactive approach

15:45
  • A typical response to a cyber security incident
  • How a proactive, constant response differs
  • The benefits to staff, customers and your reputation
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Frank De Mita, Director, Global Outreach and Development at Jersey International Business School

Closing address

16:15
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Event Speakers

400 X 400 Matthew Parker

Matthew Parker

Head of Information Security at Mourant Ozannes

Matthew is the Head of Information Security for the international law firm Mourant Ozannes. He has specialised in information security for over 13 years and his experience, before joining Mourant Ozannes, includes ethical hacking, forensic investigations and information security consultancy for organisations worldwide. He is now responsible for how Mourant Ozannes respond to cyber threats and how they manage and control their information systems. He is a frequent contributor to the media and has been invited to speak on cybercrime and Information Security matters in the Channel Islands and further afield.

Nbortman 400 X 400

Nicholas Bortman

Principal/Co-Founder of Raedas Consulting Limited

Prior to co-founding Raedas, a corporate investigations firm specialising in dispute consulting and litigation support, Nicholas was Partner and Co-Chair of the dispute consulting group of GPW, the London based investigations firm. Over the course of his career Nicholas has developed expertise in global asset recovery on behalf of financial institutions, multi-nationals and sovereign clients. Much of this work focused on enforcement of civil and arbitral awards in non-New York Convention signatory countries and particularly in the Arabian Gulf.

Nicholas previously worked in the specialist investigative practice of a former senior trial prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. He was educated at Reed College, New York University and the London School of Economics.

Keynote Speakers

400 X 400 Ncsc

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The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ

For security reasons we cannot divulge the name of the speaker.

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is the UK’s authority on cyber security. They are a part of GCHQ and have been set up to help protect critical services from cyberattacks, manage major incidents and improve the underlying security of the UK Internet through technological improvement and advice to citizens and organisations. Their vision is to help make the UK the safest place to live and do business online.

The NCSC’s main purpose is to reduce the cyber security risk to the UK by improving its cyber security and cyber resilience. They work together with UK organisations, businesses and individuals to provide authoritative and coherent cyber security advice and cyber incident management. This is underpinned by world-class research and innovation.

400 X 400 Glenn Maleary

Detective Chief Superintendent Glenn Maleary

Head of Economic Crime Directorate at City of London Police

Glenn Maleary is a City of London Police Detective Chief Superintendent and leads their Economic Crime Directorate.

In this role Glenn has the strategic responsibility for: the economic crime academy; the national fraud and cyber reporting centre; the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, as well as dedicated fraud teams, money laundering and asset recovery units. He also leads a dedicated intellectual property crime unit, and through several of his teams he has cyber disruption and protection staff, reducing the online risks posed by criminals.

Glenn joined the police service in 1990 and at each rank until present has served in uniform and detective roles, resolving high-risk, fast-moving crime and public safety incidents. In these roles, he has drawn upon experiences developed in his early career when tackling organised crime groups locally and nationally.

In his spare time, Glenn enjoys walking his working cocker spaniel dogs and pursues a variety of sports, including alpine skiing, kite surfing, and wind surfing.

400 X 400 Frank De Mita

Frank De Mita (Chairman)

Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Outreach and Development at Jersey International Business School

Frank is a US-qualified lawyer who began his career in Washington DC with the firm of Shaw Pittman Potts & Trowbridge (now Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman) focusing on tax matters in the international banking sector. He subsequently served as an adviser to US Senator Paul Simon as well as several presidential campaigns, and since moving to the UK has both advised digital start-ups and produced news, current affairs and political programming for the BBC. Frank has lectured and written on a range of topics including financial crime, sanctions, US politics, FATCA and the extraterritorial application of US law and regulation. He has also served as a senior consultant for internal AML / CFT investigations on behalf of multinational financial services clients, and as a Technical Consultant to Jersey Finance Limited. He joined JIBS as Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Outreach and Development in November 2016.

400 X 400 Mark Dunster

Mark Dunster

Partner at Carey Olsen

Mark is a partner specialising in litigation, compliance and financial regulatory matters.

He undertakes a wide variety of commercial and civil litigation, including insolvency work. He also advises institutions on regulatory matters such as anti-money laundering, data protection, employment law, eGaming and renewable energy. He is an author of books on anti-money laundering and data protection. He is also the MLRO for Carey Olsen, Guernsey.

Mark is the current Chairman of the Guernsey Association of Compliance Officers and the Chairman of the Guernsey Bar Association known as Bâtonnier.

Mark holds a number of non-executive director positions for Guernsey businesses including in the eGaming, fiduciary, transport and real estate sectors and has been awarded Chartered Director status by the Institute of Directors.

400 X 400 Richard Field

Richard Field

Counsel at Carey Olsen

Richard is Counsel to the dispute resolution and litigation team specialising in corporate and commercial litigation. He also advises on compliance issues, including anti-money laundering (AML), sanctions, eGaming and has a substantial data protection practice.

Richard has acted for global financial institutions on a number of complex investment disputes involving applications for injunctive relief and fund redemption issues and provides litigation and regulatory support in respect of significant cross-border transactions.

He regularly advises on sensitive AML and other compliance issues, often involving reports to the authorities and consideration of conflict of laws issues. He recently successfully represented a trustee in a "momentous decision" application before the Royal Court which involved AML considerations.

Richard sits on the States' GDPR industry working party tasked with assessing the impact of GDPR on the Island's data protection laws. He recently completed the EU GDPR Foundation and Practitioner qualifications.

400 X 400 Brian Bethell

Brian Bethell

Audit Director at KPMG Channel Islands Limited

Brian has been with KPMG in the Channel Islands for more than 10 years. In recent years Brian has been driving forward the delivery of Cyber services to clients in the Channel Islands and contributed to the creation of the KPMG Digital team of specialists to support the delivery of cyber and other digital services. Brian views the cyber security sector as being a key pillar to the continuing success of the Islands financial industry and a key hygiene factor for the rapid development of a Digital Jersey.

400 X 400 Matej Jurkic

Matej Jurkic

Digital Manager at KPMG Channel Islands Limited

Matej has 10 years of international experience with information systems security and controls engagements and 3 years’ experience with the Channel Islands client base. He specialises in cyber security, IT audit & advisory and data privacy and has worked with a number of major global client. Throughout his career, he has advised clients from various industries, such as finance, telecommunications, computer software, retail, oil & gas, utilities, transportation and logistic.

Matej is one of the founding members of the Association of Data Protection Officers in Guernsey. Matej’s current focus is on emerging concepts and technologies, related risks and potential impacts to businesses, organisations and societie.

400 X 400 Matt Middleton

Matt Middleton

Co-Founder of GreyFort Cyber Security

Matt is an experienced Cyber Security professional with 21 years of experience. Leading the security team at GreyFort, Matt is involved in penetration testing, application security testing, vulnerability assessment, IT security risk management, security architecture and consulting.

2017-06-06 09:00:00 2017-06-06 16:15:00 Europe/London 2017 Guernsey CyberCrime Forum Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com

Duke of Richmond Hotel

Cambridge Park, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1UY, Guernsey

2017-06-06 09:00:00 2017-06-06 16:15:00 Europe/London 2017 Guernsey CyberCrime Forum Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com