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Jersey | 29. 06. 2017

2nd Annual CyberCrime Conference

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.

2017-06-29 09:00:00 2017-06-29 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual CyberCrime Conference Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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Event Overview

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.

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

Pricing & discounts

Price: £395

We offer the following discounts for this event:

  • 50% for charitable organisations
  • 20% for JCOA members
  • 10% for Digital Jersey, CIISF and KYC360° members
2017-06-29 09:00:00 2017-06-29 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual CyberCrime Conference Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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Event Schedule

Frank De Mita (Chairman), Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Outreach and Development at Jersey International Business School

Opening address

09:00
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Aonghus Fraser, Group Chief Technology Officer at C5 Alliance

The current cyber security threat landscape

09:15
  • Top threats to businesses in the Channel Islands
  • Approaches to mitigating the risks facing businesses
  • Common misconceptions and myths about approaches to cyber security and what you can do to protect and prepare your business
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Chief Inspector Chris Beechey, Chief Inspector at the States of Jersey Police

2017 Jersey cybercrime update

09:45
  • SOJP digital policing action plan
  • Link to States of Jersey cyber security strategy
  • Small Island Nations Centre of Excellence for Research and Education (SINCERE) update
    getsafeonline.org
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Stephanie Peat, Director of Digital and Telecoms Policy at the Chief Minister’s Department, Government of Jersey

Jersey’s cyber security strategy

10:15
  • The draft strategy and consultation
  • Incident response and information sharing
  • Joint working with Guernsey and the NCS
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Panel discussion: Cybercrime and Jersey: over-hyped or underprepared?

10:45
  •  Is Jersey particularly vulnerable to cybercrime?
  • Are Jersey businesses taking the threat seriously?
  • What new threats and risks are appearing on the horizon?

Break

11:15
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Cal Leeming, Founder and CEO of Lyons Leeming | The UK's youngest convicted hacker

Inside the mind of a hacker – considerations for financial services businesses

11: 30
  • History of Cal Leeming, black hat to cyber security professional 
  • Brief live demonstration of hacking
  • Staying cyber safe

David Ferbrache OBE, Technical Director - Cyber Security at KPMG and former Head of Cyber at the Ministry of Defence (MoD)

The role of organised crime groups in cyberattacks & what financial services businesses can do to protect themselves

12:00
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Panel discussion: Cyber security in financial services: leading by example?

12:30
  • Is cybercrime here to stay? Can it ever be effectively contained?
  • Are the lines blurring between organised crime, amateur ‘lone wolves’ and government-sponsored cyberattacks?
  • Who are the world leaders in developing robust defences to counter cyber threats?

Lunch

13:00
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William Grace, Partner at Carey Olsen

Human factors in cyber security

14:00
  • 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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Ronnie Isherwood, Director at JE3.COM

Penetration testing and incident management for mere mortals

14:30
  • Why do we need ethical hacking?
  • Understanding the lifecycle of vulnerability testing
  • Internal versus external testing
  • People, processes and technology
  • Incident management and continual improvement
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Panel discussion: Balancing risk management and being ‘open for business’

15:00
  • What role can system design play in minimising the impact of human factors?
  • Are there scalable common strategies that can be deployed for both smaller and larger firms?
  • Is a risk-based approach feasible in a 24/7 connected world?

Break

15:30
Plus

Richard Packman, Director of Vantage Insurance Brokers Limited

How cyber insurance forms part of your overall cyber security policy

15:45
  • Explain why cyber insurance coverage should not be ignored
  • How it can and should form a crucial part of a firm’s overall cyber security
  • How to sell cyber insurance to your board of directors
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Duncan Hall, Co-founder of GreyFort Cyber Security

Cyber security, a proactive approach

16:15
  • A typical response to a cyber security incident
  • How a proactive, constant response differs
  • The benefits to staff, customers and your reputation

Frank De Mita (Chairman), Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Outreach and Development at Jersey International Business School

Closing address

16:45
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Keynote Speakers

400 X 400 David Ferbrache

David Ferbrache, OBE

Technical Director - Cyber Security at KPMG and former Head of Cyber at the Ministry of Defence

A UK national cyber security expert, David is the Technical Director for the UK cyber security practice. He works with KPMG’s largest clients across multiple sectors to help them understand high-end cyber threats and future security challenges. David leads KPMG’s cyber defence services and thought leadership activities in the UK. He has over 25 years' experience of all aspects of information security, information management, as well as broader government policy making, defence and international affairs.

David has worked with financial, pharmaceutical, oil and natural gas multinationals exploring the threat to their firms, developing potential cyberattack scenarios, and helping prioritise cyber security investments. He has organised executive-level cyber security wargames and exercises which bring the cyber threat to life for key clients, and as well as helping them develop appropriate control frameworks and cyber response playbooks.

David was previously a senior civil servant in the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD), leading many innovative and challenging projects in defence, including:

  • As Head of Cyber and Space for the MoD, establishing and leading a four-year £90 million defence cyber security programme
  • David was also a major contributor to both UK national cyber security strategies; leading pan-Whitehall and international engagement on cyber security, and advising ministers and senior military on policy and parliamentary issues
  • Undertaking the first UK critical infrastructure review, running the first UK/US cyber wargame, and playing a key role in establishing national cyber security programmes and structures for the UK
400 X 400 Cal Leeming

Cal Leeming

Founder and CEO of Lyons Leeming | The UK's youngest convicted hacker

For the past 10 years, Cal has been a senior Cyber Security Advisor to some of the most disruptive technology firms on the globe. From his humble beginnings as the UK’s youngest black hat hacker, Cal offers a unique leadership perspective into the psychology of hacking and cyber security solutions. Today he is the Founder and CEO of Lyons Leeming, a global corporate and personal cyber security firm.

Find out more at: https://lyonsleeming.com/

cal@lyonsleeming.com

Event Speakers

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 Stephanie Peat

Stephanie Peat

Director of Digital and Telecoms Policy for the Chief Minister’s Department, Government of Jersey

Stephanie is a senior advisor with the Government of Jersey. Stephanie has responsibility for a range of projects across the digital, telecommunications and broadcasting sectors including heading up the jurisdiction’s development of a cyber security strategy and leading on developing the Island’s data protection and telecoms policies. Prior to moving to Jersey, Stephanie was Head of Strategy at Freesat and spent over 7 years developing broadcasting, telecoms and digital strategy at the UK’s Office of Communications. Stephanie holds a degree in Modern History from the University of Oxford.

400 X 400 William Grace

William Grace

Partner at Carey Olsen

William advises Jersey finance industry clients and international clients on financial services related disputes whether civil, criminal, regulatory or a combination. This includes advisory work and advocacy.

His specific expertise is in advising on money laundering (including corruption), regulatory and compliance investigations, disputes in the banking, trusts and funds sectors, sanctions, production orders including TIEA work, insider dealing, reporting duties, asset recovery, reciprocal enforcement, cyber-related risk and international mutual assistance generally. He places particular emphasis on working alongside clients and their in-house lawyers/compliance staff and other external advisers to implement risk management-based solutions to disputes in the regulated sector. He is experienced in politically sensitive and complex matters involving multiple legal issues and jurisdictions. He often advises on higher-risk business in the financial services regulated sector, whether that is in client take-on, transactional support or M&A support.

He is a member of the Royal Court Rules Committee advising and assisting the Royal Court in its rule making capacity.

400 X 400 Richard Packman

Richard Packman

Director at Vantage Insurance Brokers Limited

Richard is CEO of Vantage, a specialist insurance and financial services business based in Jersey. He is a professionally qualified insurance practitioner with 30 years’ experience in the insurance market.

Born and educated in England, he initially trained as an insurance underwriter before moving on to work for various established insurance brokers in the UK. He moved to Jersey in 2006 to establish Vantage after having worked in the offshore insurance market in Guernsey for 7 years.

Richard holds a number of directorships in Channel Island trading and captive insurance companies, and he is also Chairman of the Jersey International Insurance Association and a founding committee member of the Jersey Pensions Association.

Recognised as a leading advisor within the Channel Islands for professional indemnity and D&O insurance, Richard regularly presents insurance talks to clients, service providers and professional bodies.

400 X 400 Chris Beechey

Chief Inspector Chris Beechey

Chief Inspector of the States of Jersey Police

After graduating from Swansea University with a degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Chief Inspector Chris Beechey pursued a career in the oil industry, working in Papua New Guinea, Burma, West Africa, Europe, Southern United States and Alaska before joining Avon and Somerset Police in 1995.

3 years later, he transferred to the States of Jersey Police, where for the last 17 years he has worked across the full breadth of policing, holding such positions of responsibility as Detective Inspector CID and Director of Intelligence. He is currently responsible for Community Policing and a number of support functions such as firearms training and response, emergency planning and operational delivery of the force’s cybercrime strategy.

400 X 400 Ronnie Isherwood

Ronnie Isherwood

Director at JE3.COM

Ronnie is a technologist and public speaker. He is co-author of a technology book helping administrators plan, build, implement, and enhance IT compliance policies. He has also written for Microsoft on topics including designing, deploying and monitoring enterprise systems and hybrid cloud computing.

As well as authoring, he is technical editor for a reporting book covering service, operation and configuration management, and for Windows Server courses for Microsoft learning in Active Directory, public key infrastructure (PKI), Identity Federation Infrastructure and business continuity.

Ronnie co-owns JE3.COM, the Island's newest fast-growing IT company helping clients with a broad range of IT products and services. At JE3 he specialises in virtualisation, systems management, compliance, data protection, endpoint protection, disaster recovery and authentication.

Ronnie founded Jersey Techfair as well as the OpenROV project and is Chairman of the Chartered Institute for IT (Jersey).

Duncan Hall 400 X 400

Duncan Hall

Co-founder of GreyFort Cyber Security

Duncan is a former Army Officer, Security Officer, Sandhurst Instructor and graduate of the Joint Services Command and Staff College, with an MBA from Cranfield University. Having migrated to the commercial sector in 2000, he has operated at board level in several businesses, specialising in operational delivery, business improvement, transformation and turn-around.

He has a particular interest in strategy development, as well as designing and delivering innovative solutions in information management and security, in order to drive improved organisational productivity and proactively manage business risk. He has operated and delivered complex and time-critical projects in the professional services, construction, petro-chemicals and infrastructure industries, as well as a key element of the London Olympics.

400 X 400 Aonghus Fraser

Aonghus Fraser

Director at Blockchain Jersey

Gus is a technology evangelist and leader with broad experience from his 20 years in senior roles as Chief Technology Officer for a number of organisations from bootstrapped startups to enterprise consultancy organisations.

With a “Change the world” attitude, he is also CEO of Atam ID Technologies leveraging cutting edge biometric and blockchain technologies for identity use cases including KYC & CDD, and also holds a number of advisory positions at fintech and other startups.

He is regular speaker at conferences on various technology and leadership topics including Identity, Cybersecurity and Blockchain and has been investing in cryptocurrencies since mining litecoins in 2013.

Gus is frequently asked to write for publications;

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Hotel de France

St Saviour's Rd, Jersey JE1 7XP

2017-06-29 09:00:00 2017-06-29 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual CyberCrime Conference Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com

If you require accommodation to attend this event, you will be entitled to the below preferential delegate rates:

  • Single room – £90.00
  • Double / twin room for sole use – £105
  • Double / twin room occupied by two people – £120.00
  • Balcony room for sole use – £145.00
  • Balcony room occupied by two people – £160.00

Please contact the hotel reservations team direct at reservations@defrance.co.uk to obtain these discounted prices.

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