Fraud and Cybercrime
Fraud and Cyber Crime represent powerful forces which together operate to undermine businesses and to threaten disruption on business activity on an ever increasing scale.
Trojans stealing customer information, hackers heisting critical corporate intelligence or staff members undermining their employers from within, are all illustrations of the types of threat known to exist and active today.
Some governments have show their concern over Cybercrime by appointing new Tsars to counter the successes of criminals to date. Legislation still struggles to match the demands of technology based crime and the international nature of such crimes serves to complicate the process of catching the culprits.
There are many questions to be addressed including:
- What are the current trends in Fraud?
- How much of a menace is Cybercrime to the eBusiness model
- What more can be done to increase protection and avoid the cost of crime?
We have assembled a senior panel of interational speakers who will provide individual insights into the threats which exist, the actions which protect and the trends which they observe. You will also have opportunity to interact with them directly and to raise your own concerns.
These and many other questions will be answered by our panel of experts.