YHFF 15th Annual Fraud Conference Webinar
Wednesday 11th November 2020
The Yorkshire & Humber Fraud Forum is a not-for-profit organisation that was created to support, encourage and protect the growth of the Yorkshire and Humberside economies by bringing the public and private sectors together to combat fraud and financial crime.
The key benefit of YHFF membership is becoming part of a valuable network of people directly involved in the business of combating fraud every day. The opportunity to share knowledge, experience and best practices – with your counterparts from within your own sector and outside – is an essential business requirement in today’s public and private sectors.
YHFF members are anti-fraud practitioners from a diverse range of companies and organisations, including corporates (small and large), financial intuitions, local authorities, health service organisations and law enforcement. The YHFF runs masterclasses throughout the year, which are a valuable opportunity for members to get together and hear about the latest developments and trends in fraud – and what can be done to prevent your business or organisation being affected.
The YHFF annual conference is a great way to meet with fellow anti-fraud practitioners, establish new contacts and renew existing ones.
The conference delegate fee of only £125 + VAT automatically includes a year’s membership of the YHFF, which provides free attendance at masterclasses throughout the year.
If you are unable to attend the conference, annual membership is available, at £80 +VAT. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. This provides attendance at three masterclasses throughout the year.
Conference Chairperson: Shari Vahl, reporter, You and Yours, BBC Radio 4
|09.00||YHFF WELCOME & INTRODUCTION|
|09.05||CONFERENCE CHAIRPERSON’S WELCOME & INTRODUCTION|
|9.20||STATE OF THE NATION OF FRAUD|
The latest threats and trends identified by the National Fraud Database, including a focus on the Yorkshire and Humber region.
Amber Burridge, Head of Fraud Intelligence, CIFAS
|10.00||ORGANISED CRIME WITHIN UK INSURANCE & INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT |
This covers the types of scams organised crime groups are responsible for and focuses on the following categories:
– Lead Generation
– Brand Misuse
– Malware / Phishing Attacks
Ryan Adams, Group Head of Financial Crime Intelligence Unit (FIU), Aviva plc
|11.00||FRAUD AND COVID-19|
A review of the prominent fraud typologies emerging from the pandemic, and (with law enforcement even more overwhelmed than normal) how some organisations are using private prosecutions and civil remedies to tackle them.
Polly Sprenger, Partner, Addleshaw Goddard LLP
|11.40||HOW TO CATCH A PHISH |
Turning our biggest weakness into our biggest strength: how to identify a phishing email. Understanding the components of a phishing attack through the eyes of both the victim and the attacker. We will carry out a live phishing attack and use that knowledge to determine what is or isn’t legitimate.
Richard Plumb, Tech & Physical Security Consultant, KPMG LLP
|13.10||TYPES & STYLES OF FRAUD AND FRAUDSTERS|
Steve Taylor, Director, Specialist Fraud Investigation Training and Consultancy Ltd
|13.50||MAKING CRIME PAY FOR SOCIETY|
Ineffective asset recovery means that often victims of fraud are failed by below par recoveries due to criminals and their enablers exploiting loopholes to protect their assets bought with ill gotten gains. This webinar looks at the underlying causes and debates what needs to be done to change things for the better.
Aidan Larkin, Partner, Asset Reality
|14.20||CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS|
|14.30||CLOSE OF CONFERENCE|
Wednesday 11th November 2020 using Microsoft Teams
How to Book
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How to Pay
Conference attendance including annual YHFF membership: £125 + VAT (total £150)
Payment must be received in advance of the conference.
By Bank Transfer
Please make payment directly into our bank account, using the details below. Please remember to state your name when paying.
Bank account details:
Account name: The Yorkshire and Humber Fraud Forum Limited
Sort Code/Account number: 30-94-53, 19748468
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Cancellations made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 1st November 2020 will receive a partial refund with a charge of £50 +VAT being deducted for administration.
After 1st November 2020 the full fee must be paid and no refunds will be available, irrespective of booking date. However, substitutions may be made at any time.
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The organisers reserve the right to change the programme or the speakers without prior notice.
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