YHFF 16th Annual Fraud Conference Webinar
Wednesday 17th November 2021
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 email@example.com. 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|
|09.20||INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING AND INFORMAL VALUE TRANSFER SYSTEMS (IVTS)|
Andrew Tennant, Director Gentium UK Ltd
|10.00||PROFESSIONAL ENABLERS AND THE FACILITATION OF FRAUD |
An insight into the role of the professional enabler and the facilitation of financial crime. The presentation with include defining the professional enabler, providing an account of Jonathan’s ethical slippage and criminal pathway and a general discussion on what led him for facilitate fraud for his client. It will conclude with an insight into his research to date into the organisation of mortgage fraud and the arms race between fraudsters and fraud reducers.
Jonathan Gilbert, PhD Researcher/Graduate Tutor, Cardiff University
|11.00||GETTING THE BEST FROM THE DIGITAL ECONOMY ACT|
Discover how the Digital Economy Act offers a simple, quick and user-led means and legal gateway through which to combat fraud – and meet the team who can facilitate you in using these powers
Michael Sowerby, Head of Debt & Fraud Data Sharing, Art Mitchells-Urwin, Fraud & Debt Data Sharing Officer and Jabeen Kamran, Fraud & Debt Data Sharing Officer, Cabinet Office
|11.40||VICTIMS OF COMPUTER MISUSE |
Based upon a major study for the Home Office which interviewed individual and SME victims of computer misuse (hacking, malware, ransomware, ddos) this presentation explores the impact and experiences of these victims.
Professor Mark Button, Director of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies, Portsmouth University
|13.10||SCORCHED EARTH: CONS, FRAUDS AND SCAMS IN A PANDEMIC AGE|
Jenny Radcliffe, Founder & Director of Social Engineering, The People Hacker
The changing world of virtual currency from methodology, typology and live demonstration. Getting a better understanding on how they work, recognising the risks and the latest on how to make them more secure.
Richard Strike, Director, Gentium UK Ltd
|14.40||CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS|
|14.50||CLOSE OF CONFERENCE|
Wednesday 17th November 2021 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.
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Account name: The Yorkshire and Humber Fraud Forum Limited
Sort Code/Account number: 30-94-53, 19748468
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