Date: 19th May 2021
Location: This event will take place online.
Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Theme: Digital & Technology, People, Skills & Talent
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Companies have done a fantastic job preparing and supporting their employees through the pandemic with help on the hardware and software needed for working at home; advice on mental and physical wellbeing and work life balance; and adapting traditional working patterns.
However, companies also need to think about the impact that becoming a victim to fraud could have on their staff and how to help them prevent it. Criminals will bribe, threaten, cajole and lie over several different mediums to try to extract data and ultimately cash from their target and we have seen this rise exponentially over the last 12 months. Support with digital health has never been more important.
Join us as we help you to help your people stay safe. We can’t provide a single solution to prevent all fraud, but the team will help you identify the most common types and what action to take to protect yourself, your staff and your business.
- Julie Bruce, Director
Julie has over 20 years’ experience leading and coordinating large, independent investigations including fraud and whistleblowing engagements in the UK and overseas.
- Kathryn Wasteney, Senior Manager
Kat is a highly experienced Senior Manager having spent 20 years working with companies on Audit, Risk and Forensic engagements across numerous industries and sectors with a focus on forensic accounting investigations and fraud risk management.
- Richard Plumb, Senior Cyber and Physical Security Consultant
Having spent over 14 years within a law enforcement background, Richard has extensive expertise in physical security, cyber threat intelligence and incident response.
Where is it?
This event will take place online.