Martin Smith MBE, Founder & Chairman of The SASIG, and Commissioner Ian Dyson QPM, National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) Lead for Cybercrime, invite all businesses, small and large, to attend the NPCC National Business Cybercrime Conference 2021, taking place on the Thursday 4 November 2021 at the iconic Kia Oval in London.
The conference is free to attend and is aimed at helping minimise our risk and exposure to potential cybercrime. It is a great chance to hear from law enforcement and industry experts about the emerging risks to our businesses and how we can protect ourselves against attack.
Although efforts to combat cybercrime are the ‘most joined-up bit’ of UK law enforcement, police forces cannot do it alone. Cybercrime will be defeated only through collaboration, engagement and partnership with industry and with the community.
Join us as we explore the UK’s growing and evolving capability to counter cybercrime at the national, regional and local levels. The agenda features speakers from the national and regional cybercrime network as well as industry experts in cybersecurity and cybercrime prevention/detection. It will be an opportunity for players from all parts of the fight against cybercrime to gather and review progress.
Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Gould, National Cybercrime Programme Lead, National Police Chiefs’ Council
8.30am – Registration, coffee and networking
9.30am – Progress report on the national response to combatting cybercrime
Ian Dyson QPM, Commissioner, City of London Police, and National Lead for Cyber Crime, National Police Chiefs’ Council
10am – Second Keynote
Senior representative, UK Government
10.30am – The evolving threat to UK plc
Speaker to be confirmed
11am – A case study with a Regional Organised Crime Unit
DS Mike Fishlock, Metropolitan Police
11.30am – Tea, coffee and networking break
11.45am – Alerting businesses to the cyber threat they face
Detective Chief Inspector Phil Donnelly, National Cybercrime Programme and Jon Davies, CTO, Pervade Software
12.15pm – Cyber Resilience Centres – A flagship partnership between business and policing
Mandy Haeburn-Little, Executive Chair, BRIM Nick Bell, National Policing Director, Cyber Resilience Centres
12.45pm – Cyber & Digital Specials & Volunteers (CDSV)
Vanessa Kemp, CDSV Coordinator, National Cybercrime Programme Team
1.15pm – Panel session – Working together
Martin Smith MBE, Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Commissioner Ian Dyson QPM, Commissioner, City of London Police, and National Lead for Cyber Crime, National Police Chiefs’ Council Maggie Titmuss MBE, Director of Intelligence and Incident Response, Lloyds Banking Group Stuart Frost BEM, Deputy Director, Head of Enterprise Security & Risk Management, Department for Work & Pensions Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith, Research Chair in Risk and Resilience, University of Glasgow
2pm – End of meeting. Networking luncheon.