Police Insight

How to protect your business from cyber threats

Thursday 17th September at 11:00am

Your business is under threat, act now to protect it

Businesses in the UK are under the constant threat of cyber security attacks, and there is an increasing risk of losing your data, money, and even the business itself. Hackers are experts at choosing vulnerable targets. Learn about the risks and best methods of defence by joining our security briefing with experts from the police and TiG.

In this briefing you will:

  • Hear how other businesses have been targeted
  • Understand the risks through real-life examples
  • Learn how to implement some simple defence strategies

Guest speakers

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David Clarke is a Director and Head of Integrity & Due Diligence at Guildhawk which provides multilingual research, e-discovery and secure languages services to corporate clients across the globe.

He is also the Chairman of the Fraud Advisory Panel charity, the voice of the counter-fraud community in the UK, and leads their COVID-19 Fraud Watch Task Force with Cabinet Office, the police and business partners. David is a regular commentator in the press and on BBC Television.
David has a distinguished career and as a police investigator for over 30 years’, he led cross-border operations in the UK, USA, Europe and Middle East for the City of London Police and the UN in Bosnia Herzegovina.
He is a former Detective Chief Superintendent and as a member of the United Kingdom Government’s Attorney General led Fraud Review, he was responsible for designing and implementing ground-breaking services and technology including the National Lead-Force for Fraud and the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB), the first unit of its kind in the world.

Sean O’Neil L.Lb (Hon); MSyl; has extensive law enforcement experience having served for 30 years in UK Police service. He was a fully qualified ‘Senior Investigating Officer’ (SIO), with vast experience in dealing with ‘Critical incidents’ and serious organised crime. These included Murder, kidnap, extortion, and product contamination.

Sean became a senior investigations manager role for a large ecommerce company; heading an internal investigation unit, investigating serious & organised crime attacks on the company from supply chain, transportation, internal staff, vendors and customers. He investigated large-scale counterfeit allegations and high end Cyber enabled crime such as fraud on the company.

Sean is now tasked to provide cyber security and fraud advice to business; to help prevent cybercrime attacks and bring companies together to learn and tackle cyber enabled crime.

Register now

After registering, you will receive an invite containing information about joining the briefing