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Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit Annual Business Leaders Semi...

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Ron Cooke Hub

University of York

Heslington

York

YO10 5GE

United Kingdom

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The Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit welcome you to attend their Annual Business Leaders Seminar.

Discover how a breach takes place and how to recover. Find out how Law Enforcement captures and follows evidence across the world and learn how to formulate a plan using lessons learnt from large scale data breaches.

Hear from specialists from the FBI, UK Law Enforcement and the Legal Sector.

The key points to be covered are as follows:-


Tim Hall - Blue Logic

  • Simulation of initial receipt of phishing email
  • The activation of ransomware by the opening the link/attachment by staff member
  • A digital/visual display of the virus propagating across the internal network
  • An active display of files locking
  • Visual display of a ransomware screen shot
  • Technical display of the removal of the virus
  • Back-up being implemented to help recover system
  • Important tests to ensure all aspects of network are safe before uploading to live system
  • Final recovery of the network


Pursue and detect

An insightful presentation from the FBI

  • Initial attendance at scene
  • Evidential considerations, including minimising business downtime
  • Live forensic recovery considerations
  • Ransomware advice and screen capture - opportunities
  • Media considerations

Case study of an investigation following local and international enquiries


Protect and prepare

An input from Sergeant Shelton Newsham covering the services the Yorkshire & Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit offer. An overview of Cyber Essentials and Cyber Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP)


GDPR, Data losses and lessons learnt

An informative look at the lessons learnt from one of the largest UK data breaches - presented by a lawyer who worked on the case


Networking Lunch

90 minutes opportunity to allow for networking and speaking with the specialists, including the FBI, the Regional Organised Crime Unit, Blue Logic and a legal specialist


Agenda

0830-0900

Registration and refreshments

0900-0915

Welcome and Introduction, Detective Inspector Tim Ingle and Sergeant Shelton Newsham from the Yorkshire & Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit

0915-1010

Example of a business being hacked through an employee security breach; what this looks like and the devastating effects it can have if the right systems, processes and IT partnerships are not in place (10 mins Q&A), Tim Hall, Blue Logic

1010-1030

Coffee break

1030-1115

Investigations Case Study – what happens and how does this have a worldwide effect? (10 mins Q&A), FBI

1115-1125

Brief outline of Yorkshire & Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit services and products, Cyber Essentials and Cyber Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP), Sergeant Shelton Newsham

1125-1215

GDPR and Data breaches, lessons learnt – expert lawyer who worked on one of the UK's largest data breaches advises on best practices (10 mins Q&A), David Cook, Eversheds Sutherland

1215-1400

Networking lunch (optional)

1400

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FAQs

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is car parking available on the site

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email Shelton Newsham at cyber@yhrocu.pnn.police.uk

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Yes as long as you bring the ticket along to the event

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Ron Cooke Hub

University of York

Heslington

York

YO10 5GE

United Kingdom

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