Cybercrime – How you can lose money, and how to get it back

Description

This informative webinar will be available to download in January 2018, register to watch the webinar recording

In recent months Cybercrime has rarely been far from the headlines. In September 2017 alone, Deloitte, Wholefoods, Equifax and even the US Securities and Exchange Commission have reported cyber breaches, which have led to the loss of personal, commercial and sensitive data. 
 
This pre-recorded webinar will explore the various forms of cybercrime; the effects a cyber-attack can have on a business; relevant current and future law; and how the law – both civil and criminal – can help the victim of cybercrime seek redress. Alan Ward from Stephenson Harwood will walk through a case study, based on a recent case in which Stephenson Harwood were able to trace and recover the proceeds of a cyber-attack for a major global corporate client.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The webinar will be available to watch in January 2018

Speaker:

Alan Ward, Stephenson Harwood

Alan is a senior associate in the regulatory litigation practice group at Stephenson Harwood. He advises corporate entities and individuals in the context of regulatory and criminal investigations, commenced by agencies such as the Serious Fraud Office and Financial Conduct Authority.
 
Alan has acted in relation to some of the most high-profile and complex multi-jurisdictional investigations commenced by criminal and regulatory enforcement agencies in the UK, USA, Europe and Far East. His work has included advising in relation to allegations of bribery and corruption, insider dealing, tax evasion and manipulation of financial markets.

How to register:

Email courses@r3.org.uk with your details or download the brochure and send it to R3.

Webinar details:

Duration: 1 hour

Cost: £50 + VAT

Terms and Conditions: The webinar fee of £50 + VAT is based on one delegate viewing. In the event that the number changes, R3 should be notified and additional payment will be required.