1st July 2021, 09.00-10.30 BST
Fraud accounts for over 40% of recorded crime, yet private and public sector investigators face challenges including data sharing, increasing data volumes, inter-agency collaboration and the speed of evolution of new threats. While some wait for governments, regulators or other oversight bodies to step in, others are finding solutions and countering threats.
In this webinar, practitioners and subject matter experts, including Clue users, from banking, telecoms, and policing discuss approaches and investigative strategies that have delivered results despite a lack of resources, barriers to collaboration, and criminal actors that are hard to identify and frustrate.
09.00-09.10 Welcome – Thomas Drohan, Commercial Director, Clue
09.10-09.40 In conversation – common challenges, different perspectives in fraud and economic crime
Clue speaks to two outstanding City of London Police officers, the national lead force for fraud and economic crime. Commissioner Ian Dyson leads the force and has national leadership of the police response to fraud. Detective Sergeant Nichola Meghji leads a group of investigators who take on highly complex and challenging fraud cases. We will explore challenges including resources, technology, interoperability, and barriers to partnerships, and how the police achieve operational successes in spite of them.
09.40-10.20 Round table discussion, chaired by Thomas Drohan
Ian and Nichola will be joined in a panel discussion by practitioners who have experienced success in overcoming procedural, technological and organisational boundaries. The discussion will focus on the role of technology in helping investigators work across organisations and achieve better outcomes.
Phil Jastrzebski, Corporate Investigations and Intelligence, Three
Jamie Cavaco-Pereira, Financial Intelligence Unit, Santander (invited)
Gary Kirchmair, latterly NHS Counter Fraud Authority, recently recruited to Clue
10.20-10.30 Closing comments – Clare Elford, Managing Director, Clue
Clare will reflect on the lessons from investigators for the technology industry and will share what Clue has been learning from its partnership with the Home Office Accelerated Capability Environment Economic Crime Campaign and with the TechUK Interoperability initiative.
The event will be run under Chatham House rules.
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