I’m honoured to have been invited to give a keynote talk at the annual e-Crime Congress on Tuesday 10 March, at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel in London.
My talk is entitled “The changing face of cybercrime”, and here is the blurb from the agenda, which gives you a taster of what I will be presenting about:
- How internet crime has changed
- How the enemy has changed
- How your response needs to change
- How your organisation needs to adapt
Other speakers at the e-Crime Congress include Adrian Asher (the Global Head of IT Security at HSBC), Chris Gibson (the Director of CERT-UK) and Andy Archibald, the Deputy Director of the NCA’s National Cyber Crime Unit.
I’m afraid because they are quite strict on security at the e-Crime Congress (there are a lot of CISO-types present at the conference, discussing in confidence amongst their peers the challenges their organisations are facing) the sessions aren’t videoed.
So it’s a case of you have to be there. The good news is that there is lunch and refreshments thrown in, and a series of strategic plenary and educational sessions throughout the two days – all at no cost to you other than your tube fare. :)
The conference itself lasts two days, and there is also an exhibition area if you want to grill your favourite security vendor or find a new technology partner. I’ll only be there for the Tuesday though.
If you see me, please stop and say hello. It’s always good to meet people who read the blog.
And, if you can’t make it to the e-Crime Congress, maybe you can see me speak at another upcoming security conference. I maintain a list of upcoming speaking gigs here.
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2 comments on “Learn about the changing face of cybercrime at e-Crime Congress, London, on Tuesday 10 March”
Such a shame it won't be available online (even to select indivuduals), it sounds fascinating, but I am unlikely to be able to attend :(
Hope it went well.