The breadth of the challenge linked to cybercrime can sometimes be bewildering. Often financial services professionals have more questions than answers about how to mitigate the ever-increasing risks of cybercrime.
To help professionals understand these risks, Jersey International Business School is pleased to announce its 2nd Annual CyberCrime Forum which will be held on Thursday 29 June 2017 at Hotel de France.
Delegates can expect a keynote presentation delivered by Cal Leeming, CEO of Lyons Leeming which is a private cyber security firm that provides personal, executive and corporate cyber protection. For over a decade, Cal has been a cyber security advisor to high net worth individuals and has worked with some of the most disruptive technology firms on the globe.
From his early days as the UK's youngest hacker, to his leadership role at Lyons Leeming, Cal is considered one of the foremost experts on staying secure in a connected world. His speaking engagements are well attended in large part for his ability to articulate the psychology of cyber criminals and live demonstrations of cyberattacks.
The other keynote speaker is David Ferbrache, former head of cyber at the Ministry of Defence. In this role, David led many innovative and challenging projects in defence, including establishing and leading a four-year £90 million defence cyber security programme.
David is now the technical director of cyber security at KPMG. He works with KPMG’s largest clients across multiple sectors to help them understand high-end cyber threats and future security challenges.
Other speakers include:
- Stephanie Peat, director of digital and telecoms policy for the Chief Minister’s Department, Government of Jersey
- Chief Inspector Chris Beechey, chief inspector at the States of Jersey Police
- William Grace, partner at Carey Olsen
The forum costs £395 per delegate, with discounts available for members of various professional membership bodies and is worth 7 hours CPD. Please remember that there are limited spaces available for this forum. Find out more and book at: www.jerseycyberforum.com.