RUSI and Standard Chartered are pleased to present a webinar to discuss collaborative models for law enforcement and financial institutions to tackle cyber fraud.
Cybercriminals are consistently targeting financial institutions and individuals by carrying out cyber-enabled and cyber-assisted fraud. This type of cybercrime should be high on the agenda for security teams and business leaders within all organisations. From reconnaissance to lateral movement, to data exploitation and through to the ‘cash-out’ phase, the various stages of a cyber kill chain are an enduring challenge for law enforcement and financial institutions.
RUSI and Standard Chartered are pleased to present a webinar to discuss collaborative models for law enforcement and financial institutions to tackle cyber fraud. Combining expertise from the financial sector, law enforcement and academia, this webinar will explore collective efforts among key stakeholders in countering cyber threats, especially the role of law enforcement’s over the next decade and beyond, whilst setting out where the financial sector could more effectively contribute to reducing the impact of cyber fraud.
As cybercrime transcends borders, a threat intel-led and collaborative approach could contribute towards safeguarding of global economic prosperity and security.
The event is chaired by James Sullivan, Head of Cyber Research at RUSI.
- Dr Victoria Wang, Senior Lecturer in Security and Cybercrime, University of Portsmouth
- Nina Paine, Global Head of Cyber Partnerships & Government Strategy, Standard Chartered
- Stewart Garrick, Special Projects Manager, Shadowserver
- Sneha Dawda, Research Analyst, RUSI