Is your business ready for the challenges of cyber crime?

Cyber crime is the fastest changing and fastest growing area of criminal activity that affects business. Criminals, using computer technology, may attempt to commit different types of crime, ranging from the theft of personal information, the transfer of financial assets to the seizing of business computer systems for ransom. 

The Northern Ireland Business Crime Partnership is delighted to invite you to a seminar that is been designed to help set the context for, and explore best practices in cyber security. Participants will hear from experts in the field, and help to contribute to emerging thinking and best practice in this sector. After initial speeches the event will be a roundtable discussion and workshop to share challenges, best practice and opportunities with peers, the justice community and the body politic.

Attendees will receive a conference summary report and help to inform the future direction of thinking in this area. 

Speakers for the event include:
Dr Hugo Rosemont: Policy Adviser on Crime and Security Issues at the British Retail Consortium
Laura Gillespie: Partner, Pinsent Masons
Senior Detective: PSNI Cyber Crime Centre

The event runs from 9am-12.30pm, including lunch. Registration will open from 8:30am.


TICKETS

We are delighted to say that there is no cost for this event as it is kindly being sponsored by the Department of Justice and the Northern Ireland Policing Board.

This event is strictly limited to 90 places. 


VENUE

Belfast City Hall, Donegall Square, Belfast BT1 5GS