Guernsey | 05. 06. 2018

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.

2018-06-05 09:00:00 2018-06-05 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual CyberCrime Conference Duke of Richmond Hotel BPP Events events@bpp.com

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 conference 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: £355

We offer the following discounts for this event:

  • 20% for CIISF and GACO members
  • 10% for Digital Greenhouse, GAT, GCOC, ICA, IoD, STEP and KYC360° members
2018-06-05 09:00:00 2018-06-05 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual CyberCrime Conference Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com

Event Schedule

Registration & refreshments


Chairman's opening address

Aonghus Fraser, Chief Executive Officer of Atam ID Technologies


A view from the top - Global CISO’s perspective on cyber risk and how to respond to the changing threat

Matt Palmer, Senior Director, Cyber Risk Management Solutions at Willis Towers Watson

  • Why new nation state cyber capabilities and recent high profile attacks are changing the way Channel Islands' companies need to defend themselves
  • How large global corporates like Willis Towers Watson are responding to this new landscape, both internally and externally
  • What businesses in the Channel Islands can learn from this to inform their response - even without global resources or big budgets to call upon
  • How boards and non-executives can hold their security and technology functions to account and ensure a proportionate response to cyber.

How boards can support the fight against cybercrime

Nigel Dufty, IT Director at West Sealand Digital - Cyber Specialists

  • What are the latest Cyber threats that CI companies are experiencing?
  • How are boards responding in real life? The ‘Good , Bad,  and the Ugly’
  • Recommended actions to protect your business

The reputational damage of a cyber-attack and how to manage the crisis

Jessica Roland, Managing Partner - Guernsey at Mourant Ozannes

  • Managing the aftermath of the attack: practical strategies for an effective crisis response;
  • The potential for damage to your organisation's reputation if client information and assets are lost in a cyber-attack; and
  • The legal remedies available to deal with cyber-criminals.

Panel discussion: What boards need to do to be ready for a cyber-attack

Aonghus Fraser (Chairman), Jessica Roland, Nigel Dufty & Matt Palmer

  • The benefits of appropriate war-gaming
  • How to adequately prepare your organisation
  • Disaster management and recovery planning

Refreshment break


From Cyber to Insider – understanding the internal and external threats to your business

Christopher Greany, Group Head of Insider Threat & Investigations at Barclays

  • The Insider Threat and how to build internal defences
  • Most likely external attack vectors
  • Education and Awareness as an essential protection tool
  • Getting the board onside

GDPR is here, what next?

Emma Martins, Data Protection Commissioner for the Bailiwick of Guernsey

  • The journey for Guernsey so far
  • Incorporating the new law into business as usual
  • Understanding the opportunities and risks

Panel discussion: Data security – is the threat internal or external?

Aonghus Fraser (Chairman), Emma Martins & Christopher Greany

  • Managing the risk of the rogue insider
  • What are the red-flags of the insider threat
  • Target-hardening against multiple threats

Lunch break


Protecting against phishing, CEO fraud and cyber threats

Dan Sloshberg, Product Marketing Manager at Mimecast

  • Today’s email cyber threat reality and why it’s only getting worse
  • Why traditional defenses won’t work
  • Critical capabilities for email cyber resilience

Human factors in CyberSecurity

Dr. Christopher Richardson, Head of BU Cyber Security Unit & Senior Lecturer at Bournemouth University

  • Comprehending the increasing use of social media in hyper-connected crimes that concern, instigate risks, produce negative experiences and behavior which can occur to users, particularly children and young people.
  • A critical reflection on the emergence of increasing unsafe use to online environment incubating further criminal and abusive behaviour (e.g. sexual exploitation, fraud, malware) and how can we police  a hyperconnected world.
  • The Impact on trust in our Socio-Technical Environments when confronted by Crime as a Service.

Panel discussion: Combining humans with technology in the fight against cybercrime

Aonghus Fraser (Chairman), Dan Sloshberg & Dr. Christopher Richardson

  • The importance of awareness and educational training
  • Possible reliance vacuums
  • Is generational diversity a blessing or a curse?

Refreshment break


How cyber insurance forms part of your overall cyber security policy

Tim Rattray, Managing Director of Vantage

  • Three step Cyber Risk Management Programme
  • What is covered under a typical Cyber policy
  • Don’t rely on your existing policies to cover Cyber claims and the reason why

Chairman's closing address

Aonghus Fraser, Chief Executive Officer of Atam ID Technologies

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Keynote Speakers

400 X 400 – Christopher Greany

Chris Greany

Group Head of Insider Threat & Investigations at Barclays

Managing Director Chris Greany is the Group Head of Insider Threat & Investigations at Barclays.

He leads the strategic implementation and delivery of investigations across Barclays' international footprint including the Barclays global insider threat programme and cyber forensics capability.

Before joining Barclays Chris had a policing career spanning over 30 years. His last role was leading the UK and international policing response to Economic & Financial Crime and Cyber Defence as Commander in the City of London Police. Previously he led the National Police Coordination Centre, coordinating the UK policing response to national and international crisis and disaster. He has extensive international experience and has led the response to a number of significant events and investigations impacting UK interests. In 2014/15 he was the police advisor to the Government crisis centre COBRA, during which he coordinated the UK policing response to a number of UK and International crises.

He is a member of the Cyber Security Advisory Board for the Institute of Asset Managers and a founding partner of the Global Cyber Alliance. He has recently contributed a chapter to the book, Managing Cyber Security Risk (Reuvid Books) aimed particularly at the executive audience.

He is an Independent Trustee of the Police Dependents’ Trust (PDT) a national charity that supports officers and their families in need. The PDT was set up after the murder of three police officers in Shepherds Bush in 1966.

He has a simple philosophy to leading high performing teams: Get the best people you can and empower them to make decisions. Treat them well, with respect and, most importantly, have some enjoyment as well.

Event Speakers

400 X 400 Aonghus Fraser

Aonghus Fraser (Chairman)

Chief Executive Officer of Atam ID Technologies

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 CEO of Atam ID Technologies leveraging cutting edge biometric and blockchain technologies and he recently launched Rvoke – a consumer and business solution for data protection. Gus also holds a number of advisory positions at fintech companies and other startups.

He is a regular speaker at conferences on various topics including IoT, Identity, Cybersecurity and Blockchain technologies and is frequently asked to write for publications.

400 X 400 – Emma Martins

Emma Martins

Data Protection Commissioner for the Bailiwick of Guernsey

Emma’s academic background is in social science and her career started in public service and working as a civilian manager for the States of Jersey Police in the 1990s. A role which had data protection duties as part of its remit which was her introduction to this field of work. She was employed at the Data Protection Office as Deputy Registrar in 2001. When the Commissioner retired in 2005, Emma was successful in her application for the role. In 2012 the Channel Islands joined forces to establish a pan-Island data protection presence and Emma now manages regulatory oversight of both Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey. More recently this role has also extended to oversight of the recently implemented Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011 in Jersey creating the role of Information Commissioner.

400 X 400 – Jessica Roland

Jessica Roland

Managing Partner – Guernsey at Mourant Ozannes

Guernsey Managing Partner Jessica Roland has a broad practice in commercial and common law litigation. She has substantial experience before Guernsey Courts, appearing regularly at all levels. Her practice advises some of the island's largest institutions involved in significant commercial, employment and trust disputes. Jessica is renowned for giving clear sound advice and for her calm and effective advocacy as well as her ability to lead large and complex matters. Jessica is frequently sought out as trusted adviser to her clients at the highest level and is uniquely placed to provide expert strategic and leadership guidance.

400 X 400 – Christopher Richardson

Dr Christopher Richardson

Head of BU Cyber Security Unit at Bournemouth University

Dr. Christopher John Richardson BEng EngD CEng QTS M.Inst.ISP joined Bournemouth University (BU) in February 2011 after working for 25 years in the Military and Civil Telecommunication Industries.

Dr. Richardson is an Information Assurance Architect who heads the Bournemouth University's Cyber Security Unit (BUCSU) and is a Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security and Information Assurance in the SciTech Department of Computing and Informatics. In 1980, he joined the Royal Air Force and left as a RAF Communications and Electronics Engineer Officer becoming a Chartered Engineer in 1991 working on Satellite and global Fibre Optic Telecommunication Systems and their service interconnections. He became a qualified teacher (QTS) in 2003 and as a Civil Servant he received his Engineering Doctorate from the University of Southampton.

Dr Richardson is an established entrepreneurial UK Cyber Security expert with a wide-ranging Research and Knowledge Exchange (KE) academic profile. Working with the United Nations, the UK Government, Law Enforcement agencies and the local communities he manages a portfolio of BUCSU research and industry partnerships, capitalising on the ever-increasing cyber security marketplace, particularly with his innovative CSIAR contracts. He has created new BU Security Degrees and exploited KE collaborative programmes across all four BU faculties, LEP, Dorset Growth, Dorset Councils, Dorset Police, Regional Law Enforcement, NCA, DSTL, DCMS, BEIS, MOD and the Intelligence Communities. Recently working with Dorset’s PCC CyberSAFE campaign and lately with the Dorset Cyber Alliance.

Passionate about School Outreach and Wider Participation and the UK’s need to develop students for professional security careers, he is instrumental in the national development of Cyber Degree Apprenticeships and the Professionalism of BU Students. He works with a wide range of collaborators in the multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral development of assuring our hyper-connected world.

400 X 400 – Matt Palmer

Matt Palmer

Senior Director Cyber Risk Management Solutions at Willis Towers Watson

An experienced global CISO, Matt began his career at KPMG before recognising the emerging need for secure web applications, setting up a company to develop secure online services for retailers and the public sector. Matt then specialised in financial services, transitioning to IT audit and then Information Security. Over the last 10 years Matt has led global security functions across the financial services sector - including retail banking, fund administration, investment management and insurance.

He joined Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW) as Chief Information Security Officer in 2014, leading the organisation through a major security transformation and a merger, before moving to a new role leading development of the company’s cyber risk management solutions.

Matt also co-founded the Channel Islands Information Security Forum to represent the local security community, deliver professional training, and improve public and business awareness of cyber risks. He is a former NHS Trust Governor, City Councillor, and non-executive director.

Matt is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA), a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and a Certified Information Systems Security Practitioner (CISSP), a member of the Institute of Information Security Professionals, and the British Computer Society.

400 X 400 – Tim Rattray

Tim Rattray

Managing Director of Vantage Insurance Brokers Limited

Tim is responsible for the insurance broking division of the business. He has over 30 years' experience in the insurance industry and is professionally qualified with the Diploma in Insurance.
Tim specialises in advising on and placing Professional Indemnity, Directors & Officers Liability and cyber risks cover for offshore financial institutions such as investment managers, fund administrators and corporate / trust service providers. He started his insurance career in the Isle of Man working for an independent brokerage before relocating to London where he spent 15 years working for various large national insurance brokers as an Account Executive, dealing with the insurance programmes for mainly FTSE250 companies. He then took the opportunity to relocate back to the Isle of Man to open an insurance brokerage for a Channel Island group.  It was a complete new start up and over the following 12 years, it grew to be one of the largest brokers on the island with over 20 staff.
Tim is married with two daughters and apart from spending time with his family, he enjoys skiing, playing golf and watching rugby.

400 X 400 – Nigel Dufty

Nigel Dufty

IT Specialist and Director of Cyber Security Specialists at West Sealand Digital

Following a schoolboy focus on electronics and computing, Nigel studied Computer Science to degree level, working as a software developer/programme manager in the nuclear, oil and utility industries for 8 years.

Becoming fascinated by how IT can deliver strategic advantage he undertook an MBA at the University of Bath. He then worked as IT Director/CIO for a number of organisations including Unilever, Viacom and Specsavers Optical, which brought him to the Channel Islands in 2006, initially in the role of IT Director Europe, progressing in 2010 to build and lead their Global IT Service Function.

In 2015 he set up his own independent consultancy, working at board level for a number of organisations with a specific focus on cyber security and digital business strategy.

In his free time, Nigel loves to fly and is a qualified EASA flight instructor, an interest he shares with his wife and two children.

Dan Sloshberg – 400 X 400

Dan Sloshberg

Product Marketing Manager at Mimecast

Dan joined Mimecast in December 2013 and is responsible for uncovering deep customer and market insight to help build and bring to market compelling products and services that address key customer needs.

Dan works closely with product, sales, customer advocacy and the wider marketing team to effectively position and communicate the value of Mimecast’s email security and cyber resilience services.

Dan holds a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) degree and prior to joining Mimecast, he held several global marketing roles at BlackBerry. Over his 15+ years in the technology industry, Dan has worked for both established and startup organisations across software, services and hardware, in a variety of marketing and sales roles, while based in the UK and Australia.

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Duke of Richmond Hotel

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

2018-06-05 09:00:00 2018-06-05 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual CyberCrime Conference Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com