Cybercrime - Prevent and Protect
BCS Bedford Branch and the IET
|Date||Wednesday 23 Nov 2016|
19:00 to 20:00, registration and refreshments from 18:30
Pilgrim Suite, The Park Inn Hotel, 2 St Mary's Street, Bedford MK42 0AR
|Speaker||Sean O’Neil and Danny Howett, Bedfordshire Police.|
Bedfordshire Police’s innovative Cyber Hub was launched in 2015 as a new unit dedicated to analysing digital data to investigate cyber crime. Lots of other forces have cyber crime units, but Bedfordshire’s is a ground-breaking comprehensive ‘Hub’ which combines teams specialising in Digital Forensics, Cyber Crime Investigation and Internet Child Abuse Investigation Team (ICAIT). The highly trained investigators use the very latest technological advances to track down cyber criminals - tracing the footprint left by their online activity. The teams also provide investigative support to other criminal cases across the force.
Sean O’Neil, the Cyber Security Advisor, is to share about how persons and business can prevent from falling victims. A Cyber Investigator is to share about the ways Bedfordshire Police Cyber Hub protects us against cybercrime.
Danny Howett, Cyber Investigator is to share about the ways Bedfordshire Police Cyber Hub protects us against cybercrime.
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 ‘Crisis Management’ affecting organisational reputation. He is now tasked to provide cyber security advice to business; to help prevent cybercrime attacks and bring companies together to learn and tackle cyber enabled crime.