#CyberFest22 - Online Fraud is a Crime

#CyberFest22 - Online Fraud is a Crime

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Centre for Professional and Executive Development

Vicarage Road



United Kingdom

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#CyberFest is back for a FIFTH year! This event is supported by DigitalCity.

About this event

Online fraud is a crime that affects all of us. How do we stay safe and who can help us? In this event led by the Police’s North East Business Resilience Centre, find out what you need to know.


Introduction to #CyberFest, purpose of event an description of the North East cyber security sector - Phil Jackman - Lead CyberNorth, Martin Wilson - NEBRC

Keynote Anti-fraud speaker - Cyber fraud is a crime - Atom Bank

Cyber incident response insights from the front line - Stewart Hogg - Waterstons

Cyber security research - Martin Wilson - Head of Cyber and Innovation at North East Business Resilience Centre and Sharon McDonald - Professor of Human Computer Interaction at University of Sunderland

Help for small businesses - Paul Jenkins - North IT, Joe Cockcroft - NEBRC

Panel Discussion - Phil Jackman


We are committed to minimising the impact of #CyberFest22 on the environment. We work closely with our clients, venues, suppliers and delegates to reduce the impact of our activity wherever possible.

This event is part of the Catalysing Innovation in North East Clusters project, delivered by the Innovation SuperNetwork and part-funded by ERDF.

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