Making the UK and Europe a Safer Place to Live and Work Online

Organised by Canterbury Christ Church University and sponsored by the British Computer Society Cybercrime Forensics Specialist Group Theme: Making UK and Europe a Safer Place to Work and Live On-line
When:
January 12, 2018 all-day
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2018-01-13T00:00:00+00:00
Where:
Canterbury Christ Church University - Rg38 (Ramsay)
N Holmes Rd
Canterbury CT1 1NX
UK
Cost:
Free

Venue: Canterbury Christ Church University

Date: Friday, 12 January 2018 (0930 – 1700)

For further details email cyberconference@canterbury.ac.uk

This conference is particularly aimed at those engaged in law enforcement, working in the cybersecurity and digital forensics industry, and in academia. Following speakers are confirmed to deliver presentations at the Conference.

Conference Programme

0930 – 0945 Registration
0945 – 1000 Welcome
1000 – 1045 Cybercrime and Security Scenario – an overview

Prof Alastair Irons, Chair, BCS Cybercrime Forensics SG

1045 – 1130 Virtual currencies  – risks, possibilities and legal challenges

Jussi Aittola, National Bureau of Investigation, Finland

1130 – 1145 Tea/Coffee
1145 – 1300 Ransomware Forensics: an incident responder’s perspective

Ian Howard, Cyber Threat Hunter, 7Safe

1300 – 1345 Lunch
1345 – 1430 Capacity building – a cooperative process

Yves Vandermeer, Chair, Europol ECTEG

1430 – 1515 Open and secure: present and future

Mike Bursell, Chief Security Architect, Red Hat

1515 – 1530 Tea/Coffee
1530 – 1615 Security Framework for IoT

Floren Cabrera F. de Teresa, CEO, Bitbond Ltd

1615 – 1700 Safer working in local government: a layered approach

Jonathan Haddock, Network  & Security Engineer, Local Government

1700 Close

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