The event is hosted by BT at the BT Centre in London on April 25th 2013 and run in conjunction with the Home Office Crime and Policing Group and the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists.
The theme for the SASIG Spring Meeting 2013 is about improving prevention activities within e-fraud and cybercrime, and communicating more effectively with the widest possible audiences. At this meeting we will investigate the cost of cyberfraud to UK plc, and the benefits and savings that can be accrued from better and proactive prevention. There will be emphasis on the need to “make the security messages simple”, to “get under the skins of end users”, and to encourage the reporting of crime. We will debate how to get consumers and businesses to at least use the in-built security features available on most systems and networks, and we will examine national and local initiatives to improve cybersecurity awareness and action.
We are delighted to confirm the following speakers will be contributing their time, thoughts and expertise
to the discussion:
▪ Ian Caplan, Head of Cyber Crime, Organised & Financial Crime Unit, Home Office
▪ Adrian Leppard, Commissioner, City of London Police
▪ Tony Neate, Chief Executive, Get Safe Online
▪ Joanne Miller, Senior Policy advisor – Cyber Security, Department for Business,Innovation and Skills
▪ Chris Ensor, Head of Profession for IA, CESG
▪ Stephen Harrison, Chief Executive, The National Fraud Authority
▪ Steve Purser, Head of Technical Competence Department,European Network & Information Security Agency (ENISA)
Where and when
This free one-day meeting is being hosted by BT, BT Centre, 81 Newgate Street, London, EC1A on Thursday 25th April 2013. Registration will commence at 8.45am with closing remarks scheduled for 4.30pm. Please note that meetings are not generally open to suppliers and contractors.
Register to attend
Numbers for this event are limited to 150 delegates. Please register using the new registration form by visiting the following link http://bit.ly/L85L6N or calling +44(0) 1234 707024. If the event is oversubscribed, the organisers will draw names from a ballot and confirm your attendance within 2 weeks of the event.