Tackling Organised Crime in Partnership (The third annual eve)

Venue: Victoria Park Plaza

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 01, 2005 End Date/Time: Nov 02, 2005
Early Registration Date: Sep 19, 2005
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Description

Once more the event will be supported by the Home Office, the National Crime Squad (NCS), the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS), The Assets Recovery Agency and the Risk and Security Management Forum (RSMF).
This year’s Congress has added resonance as the UK holds the presidency of the EU. Tackling organised crime is high on the agenda. We will also see the inauguration of the new Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) in early 2006.



Over two full days, delegates from the public and private sectors will collaborate in plenary sessions. The Congress is the recognised international forum for the exchange of cutting edge ideas and strategies that help mould intelligent and sensitive partnership programmes designed to fight organised crime. Examples of good practice and quantifiable and applicable models that delegates can use within their own organisations are regularly devised.


As well as providing the latest national, regional and global threat assessments, the Congress will explore the latest issues through structured plenary sessions. Content will include:




Data Sharing

· Analysing data to identify patterns and relationships

· How can technology help this process?

· Existing hubs and partnerships

· Data protection

· Compliance

Securing ID


Biometrics

· Can cards combat ID theft?

· How will cards aid business and law enforcement?

· How can the authentication process be managed?


Border Control


· Using new detection technologies to protect our borders

· The joined up approach: police, intelligence, immigration and customs

· The implications of new standards in travel documents

· Information sharing


Intellectual Property Crime

· Models of successful partnerships

· Creating hostile environments

· New intelligence hubs for consideration

· Adding shareholder value through bespoke IP security strategies


e-Crime


· Phishing, DDOS, Botnets: threats to business reputation and consumer confidence

· Managing risk, securing business reputation

· Social engineering


Enrolling Business Leaders


· Providing support for business leaders in order to help the business grow and take more control of risk

· Models of security as a business asset
· Human resources: who should be the custodian of security value at the modern corporation

· The role of the corporation

·
Outsourcing


· Risk and reward; Corporate savings versus consumer vulnerability

· International risk map


Active Citizenship


· Case studies of this daring concept in practice

· Consumer awareness – examples of where it works and where it doesn’t

·
Organised Crime and Terror


· Analysis of the latest intelligence
· Controversial challenges to accepted threat assessments







AKJ Associates are proud to announce the Third Annual Congress
Tackling Organised Crime in Partnership’ and will again be held in the United Kingdom. Once more, it will be supported by the Home Office, the National Crime Squad (NCS), the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS), The Assets Recovery Agency and the Risk and Security Management Forum (RSMF).
This year’s Congress has added resonance as the UK holds the presidency of the EU. Tackling organised crime is high on the agenda. We will also see the inauguration of the new Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) in early 2006.



Over two full days, delegates from the public and private sectors will collaborate in plenary sessions. The Congress is the recognised international forum for the exchange of cutting edge ideas and strategies that help mould intelligent and sensitive partnership programmes designed to fight organised crime. Examples of good practice and quantifiable and applicable models that delegates can use within their own organisations are regularly devised.


As well as providing the latest national, regional and global threat assessments, the Congress will explore the latest issues through structured plenary sessions. Content will include:




Data Sharing

· Analysing data to identify patterns and relationships

· How can technology help this process?

· Existing hubs and partnerships

· Data protection

· Compliance

Securing ID


Biometrics

· Can cards combat ID theft?

· How will cards aid business and law enforcement?

· How can the authentication process be managed?


Border Control


· Using new detection technologies to protect our borders

· The joined up approach: police, intelligence, immigration and customs

· The implications of new standards in travel documents

· Information sharing


Intellectual Property Crime

· Models of successful partnerships

· Creating hostile environments

· New intelligence hubs for consideration

· Adding shareholder value through bespoke IP security strategies


e-Crime


· Phishing, DDOS, Botnets: threats to business reputation and consumer confidence

· Managing risk, securing business reputation

· Social engineering


Enrolling Business Leaders


· Providing support for business leaders in order to help the business grow and take more control of risk

· Models of security as a business asset
· Human resources: who should be the custodian of security value at the modern corporation

· The role of the corporation

·
Outsourcing


· Risk and reward; Corporate savings versus consumer vulnerability

· International risk map


Active Citizenship


· Case studies of this daring concept in practice

· Consumer awareness – examples of where it works and where it doesn’t

·
Organised Crime and Terror


· Analysis of the latest intelligence
· Controversial challenges to accepted threat assessments

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Additional Information

Over 300 senior people will attend the 2005 event from both national and international corporations and governments. Last year 32 countries and 24 industry sectors were represented.
Book now to secure your place and the early bird rates!