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Isle of Man | 10. 12. 2019

2nd Bi-Annual CyberCrime Conference

In light of recent cyberattacks, it is essential that all financial services professionals understand the risks of the ever-increasing threat of cybercrime.

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.

2019-12-10 09:00:00 2019-12-10 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Bi-Annual CyberCrime Conference Villa Marina BPP Events events@bpp.com
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Event overview

In light of recent cyberattacks, it is essential that all financial services professionals understand the risks of the ever-increasing threat of cybercrime.

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 event 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.

In partnership with the ACSP

We are grateful to ACSP for supporting this event and are delighted to be able to offer all ACSP members a 20% discount when booking.

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Pricing & discounts

Price: £355

We offer the following discounts for this event:

  • 20% for ACSP and AICP members
  • 10% for ICA, ICSA, IoD, MITCA and STEP members (Discounts cannot be used in combination)
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Event Schedule

Registration & refreshments

08:30 - 09:00

Chairman's opening address

Andrew Horbury, Head of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency and AML & Financial Crime Prevention Lecturer at BPP Professional Education

09:00 - 09:15

The evolving CyberCrime landscape – how organisations can stay ahead of the curve

09:15 - 09:45

2019 Isle of Man Cyber Security update

Alan Chambers, G-CISO at the Office of Cyber-Security & Information Assurance (OCSIA) – Isle of Man Government

09:45 - 10:15

Panel discussion: 20:20 Vision – what can we expect to see in 2020 and beyond?

10:15 - 10:45

Refreshment break

10:45 - 11:15
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CyberCrime case studies

Sandip Patel QC FCIArb, Barrister/ Partner at Scarmans, London

11:15 - 11:45

Perspectives of a prosecutor:

  • “DarkMarket”
  • “Facebook Hacker”
  • “The boy who almost broke the Internet”

The importance of public-private partnerships in investigating cybercrime

11:45 - 12:15

Panel discussion: Responding to a cyber breach

12:15 - 12:45

Lunch break

12:45 - 13:45

How virtual currencies are exploited by cybercriminals

13:45 - 14:15

AI and cybercrime: silver bullet or red herring?

14:15 - 14:45

Panel discussion: How will Fintech & Regtech improve cyber security?

14:45 - 15:15

Refreshment break

15:15 - 15:45

The importance of rigorous Red Teaming when preparing for cyber-attacks

15:45 - 16:15

Boardroom focus and engagement on cybercrime

Steve Billinghurst, Advisory Director at PwC Isle of Man

16:15 - 16:45

Chairman's closing address

Andrew Horbury, Head of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency and AML & Financial Crime Prevention Lecturer at BPP Professional Education

16:45 - 17:00
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Event Speakers

Andrew  Horbury 400 X 400

Andrew Horbury

Head of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency, AML and Financial Crime Prevention Lecturer at BPP Professional Education

Andrew Horbury is Head of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency at BPP Professional Education.

Andrew provides training & consulting to a variety of both financial and non-financial services firms on FinTech, with a core focus on Blockchain and Virtual Currency and the AML/CFT risks presented by them.

Andrew is the Founder of Blackfort Digital Currency Management, a specialist cryptocurrency and blockchain firm and is a Special Advisor on AML/CFT Risk Management for Blockchain Jersey.

Andrew has previously spent time in London, Jersey and Luxembourg working in Wealth and Investment Management for leading financial institutions such as UBS and Blackrock.

Educated at Victoria College in Jersey, Andrew obtained a diploma in law from the University of London and studied International Financial Services (BSc) at Jersey International Business School. Andrew holds an Advanced Certificate in Managing Virtual Currency Financial Crime Risks as well as a number of qualifications awarded by the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.

Alan Chambers – 400 X 400

Alan Chambers

G-CISO at the Office of Cyber-Security & Information Assurance, Isle of Man Government

Alan Chambers served for nearly 26 years as a Police Officer being one of the first Computer Forensic Investigations Officers for the Isle of Man in the 1990’s and later became their first Information Security Officer in addition to his role as the Data Protection Officer.

In 2004 Alan took up a role for a major offshore bank, initially as their Information Security Officer and in 2005 qualified as a CISSP. By the time he left in 2013 he was the Head of Information Security & Risk.

Alan holds various Cyber and Information Security qualifications and since 2014 has worked within the Cabinet Office of the Isle of Man Government initially with Government Technology Services but more recently having been invited to be the G-CISO and Deputy G-SIRO heading up the newly created Office of Cyber-Security & Information Assurance with responsibility for all information assurance including GDPR and FOI.

Simon Billinghurst – 400 X 400

Steve Billinghurst

Advisory Director at PwC Isle of Man

Steve leads the Advisory practice at PwC Isle of Man with specialists working in the areas of data privacy and cyber security, regulatory compliance, controls assurance, internal audit, forensic investigation, insolvency and transaction services.

With over 20 years' onshore and offshore audit and advisory experience Steve works closely with all clients to consider the impact of fast-paced changes in industry, alongside applying – and complying with – current and upcoming regulation, covering areas such as data privacy, data governance and assurance, regulatory compliance and remediation, and risk management.

A member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, Steve sits on the Chamber of Commerce’s ICT sub-committee, and leads PwC’s close working relationship with the Manx ICT Association.

400 X 400 Sandip Patel Qc

Sandip Patel QC FCIArb

Barrister/ Partner at Scarmans, London

Sandip Patel QC is a barrister with an impressive domestic and international practice in civil and criminal litigation with particular emphasis on international regulatory cases.

Sandip has been at the forefront of prosecutions involving ‘cybercrime and cyber security’ involving fraud, deception, money laundering and organised crime, including money laundering on the ‘Dark Web’. He was involved as the prosecuting QC in several cases, ranging from “Facebook Hacker” to “Anonymous”, including Prosecutions for computer hacking involving PayPal and Visa. From computer hacking of UK and US Government websites, for agencies such as the CIA, FBI in the US and the UK National Crime Agency. In addition, he has acted on behalf of the National Health Service and Ministry of Defence in the UK.

Sandip is also a contributor to the leading text book: ‘Electronic Evidence’, 3rd Edition.

Sandip regularly represents individuals, businesses and Governments in complex disputes that have an overlap between criminal and civil law especially in the arena of fraud and tax evasion. Sandip has advised in matters in the Middle East, India, Europe and the Caribbean.

Sandip advises and represents public and private entities on contentious and non-contentious international commercial arbitration disputes conducted under the rules of various institutions (ICSID, ICC, HKIAC, LCIA) and ad hoc proceedings under the UNCITRAL Rules within civil law and common-law jurisdictions, in particular India.

In the “Leading silks” list, The Legal 500’s guide to outstanding silks nationwide said this about Sandip: “He has a pleasing and reassuring courtroom manner” (Legal 500 2016) and “a very good all-round advocate, who is quick on his feet in court” (Legal 500 2017).

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Villa Marina

Unit 8, Villa Marina Arcade, Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2HJ

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