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Featuring presentations such as...

A case study: Channel 4  
Brian Brackenborough, CISO, Channel 4
 
Security in the supply chain 
Neil Jarvis, CISO, DHL 
 
The CISO's Role and Responsibilities 
Don Randall, CISO, Bank Of England 
 
First Aid in forensic situations  
Hanns Proenen, CISO Europe, General Electric 

Case study: the road to cyber resilience
Daniel Barriuso, Group CISO, BP

Why attend

We have attended the conference for a number of years. This year we had our largest team of 5 [....]every break was spent in detailed discussion upon what had been heard, subjects were debated....

Chief Security Officer Atos UK&IT, Atos

Excellent line up of international presenters and plenary sessions, the networking opportunities were invaluable in finding common issues and assisting in developing my strategy to get them resolved.

Intelligence Coordinator & Law Enforcement, Ministry of Defence

I would like to extend my gratitude to AKJ for an exceptional e-crime congress this year, the speakers were excellent and the topics engaging and pitched at the right level.

Team Manager, IT, Pentland Brands plc

The e-Crime Congress event in London was great. The opportunity to hear from knowledgeable people in the security and compliance area was something I truly enjoyed. Thank you to AKJ Associates for bringing together a wonderful group.

Head of IT Compliance, Staples

I really enjoyed the event, there was a good mix of sessions which covered both technical and on technical content across the cyber threat landscape. There was an impressive variety of specialist vendors, some of whom were exactly right for helping us with a number of our requirements. I was also able to renew some old acquaintances in peer firms who will provide very useful contacts in the future.

Global Fraud Risk Controller, UBS

I found the e-crime & information security congress to be an invaluable opportunity to network with right people who are ahead of their game within the IT security sector. The talks were informative and inspiring...

Trust & Security Executive, Welsh Assembly Government

I very much enjoyed the e-Crime Congress and was particularly impressed with the quality of the speakers and presentations. There was some genuinely useful information provided to delegates and I look forward to next year's congress. The networking opportunities were excellent and I was able to converse with a number of industry peers.

I.T. Security Team Leader, Allen & Overy

The e-Crime Congress has proved very useful for keeping in touch with what vendors have to offer in this space.

Head of Group Information Security, Bank of Ireland

Extremely informative and practical presentations provided and with a good balance of topics across the e-crime spectrum. Well run event with ample networking opportunities. I thoroughly enjoyed it, thank you.

Group Information Risk Manager, Barclays

Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to attend such an interesting and challenging congress. Everything was perfect.

Attorney at Law, Council of the European Union

The e-Crime Congress provided an excellent forum for us to interact with law enforcement agencies, security product vendors and others in the financial services industry to discuss the wider issues that affect us.

Head of e-Risk Management and Fraud, HSBC Group Security

I have attended the Congress every year it has run and it continues to be topical, relevant and very interesting. I am pleased to see continued support from overseas, especially the US.

National Fraud Strategic Authority, Office of the Attorney General

An exceptionally well organised event, with a wide-range of speakers covering a variety of thought provoking topics! It was amazing to see and meet a wide spectrum of attendees from IT , Information Risk, Legal and Technical backgrounds who all have common ground of moving this subject forward in their organisations.

Technology Senior Auditor, Standard Life plc

I can only say that this is the best and most well-planned conference I have ever attended. All the sessions and topics were tightly connected (no overlap in content) and together they really pushed the "message" for the Congress. I have never experienced such a good topic planning and control before. Keep up the good work.

Head of TS-CERT, TeliaSonera AB
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Why Sponsor
As a sponsor, we were very pleased with the quality of the conversations we had and the interest levels of the delegates. We had a steady stream of interesting people stopping by our stand and following up on the presentations we had made.
Principal Consultant, Cigital
The e-Crime conference was excellent. The quality of speakers and presentations was very high, and the content very informative. I particularly liked the focus on case studies, latest trends, and real experiences. I look forward to coming again next year.
VP Product Management & Product Marketing, Imperva
e-Crime Congress continues to be the place for us to meet high calibre delegates and our security peers. We will be back!
Marketing Events Manager, EMEA, Voltage Security
This is always a great event for ‘taking the temperature’ on security issues, to get a feel for people’s impressions on current security challenges and to find out what organisations of all kinds are doing to manage security and mitigate the risks.
Senior Regional Researcher, Kaspersky Lab
The 2014 e-Crime congress was the best to date and gave Portcullis a great opportunity to meet with senior information security professionals from a wide range of organisations. We were very pleased with the attendance levels....
Managing Consultant, Portcullis Computer Security Ltd
As first time participants my team and I were impressed with volume and caliber of the attendee audience e-Crime Congress attracts. This event provided us the opportunity to expand our networks and learn about the challenges our customers face.
Marketing Manager, Cigital
Thank you for an exciting and very well-organized event. It was a great opportunity for us to establish connection with many new potential clients as well as to educate ourselves on issues related to e-Crime.
Chief Operating Officer, Outpost24 AB
The e-Crime Congress uniquely brings together all interested parties in addressing crime in the virtual world. We are very happy to take our place and play out part within this community united against a common enemy.
Director, Financial Services Market, EMEA, RSA, The Security Division of EMC
e-Crime once again achieved its objective of providing a forum for discussion and many educating speakers, the innovation from the vendors was there for all to see....providing the right content to the right audience.
Head of WW Sales, Fox-IT
I thought the audience and level of engagement was fantastic.
Global Director of Marketing, Voltage Security
I found the event to be very well organized and the topics and speakers to be very relevant and engaging. Also, the caliber of attendees was first rate. Thanks for putting on such a fine event.
Director of Information Security, FireHost
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About the e-Crime and information security Congress
Globally recognised as the leading platform for sharing strategic, operational and tactical knowledge, Congress unites an international audience of over 700 information security professionals from 45 countries representing global business, government, the military and law enforcement agencies. The forum has gone from strength to strength over the past twelve years and now provides a balanced mixture of strategic talks and technical breakout sessions. The conference is carefully designed to provide ample networking opportunities affording the information security community an opportunity to discuss industry developments in an invitation-only environment.
Key Themes
The conference delivers unique perspectives on evolutions within the threat landscape, as well as innovative frameworks that can be adopted to manage existing and emerging challenges. 2014 themes include:

► Protecting and detecting
► Data, people and access
► Maintaining information security programmes
► Organisation-wide collaboration
► Rapid incident response
► Managing third party risk and industry collaboration
► The evolving technology landscape
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More about the event....
This event welcomes senior decision makers including heads and directors of:  
Group IT
Information/IT Security
Investigations
Fraud prevention
Technology & Operational Risk
Regulatory Compliance
Financial Crime Prevention
Financial Intelligence
Group Security
CERT
Digital Forensics
Business Continuity

From industries that include:
Banking & Insurance
Government
Real Estate
Telecoms & ISPs
Retail
Law Enforcement Agencies
Media
Legal
Gambling
Pharmaceuticals
Intelligence Agencies
Transport and Logistics
Defence
Manufacturing 

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Speakers include:
Daniel Barriuso, Group CISO
BP

Hanns Proenen, CISO Europe
General Electric

Don Randall, CISO
Bank of England

Neil Jarvis, CISO
DHL

Brian Brackenborough, CISO
Channel 4

Andy Archibald, Deputy Director
NCA National Cyber Crime Unit

Pete O’Doherty, Detective Chief Inspector
City of London Police

Olivier Proust, Of Counsel
Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP 
 
Karen Bradley MP, Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime
Home Office 

Kurt Pipal, Assistant Legal Attache - Cyber
FBI 

Marco Morana
SVP Technology Risks & Controls, Citi
& Leader, OWASP

Len Svitenko, Head of EU IT Security and Compliance
Staples
 
Alex Booroff, Head of Information Security
Carphone Warehouse 
 
Don Smith, Director of Technology
Dell SecureWorks

James Stevenson, EMEA Security Director
Blue Coat Systems
 
David Emm, Global Research & Analysis Team
Kaspersky 
 
Rohyt Belani, Co-Founder & CEO
PhishMe
 
Trent Youl, CEO
FraudWatch International

Rich Agar, Security Solution Architect
HP Enterprise Security
 

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Organisations already registered to attend on 11 & 12 March 2014 include:
ABB ~ Absolute Window Films ~ ACCA ~ Acromas ~ Aegis Group ~ Affinion International ~ AIB Group ~ Airbus ~ Allen & Overy LLP ~ Allied Wallet ~ Altair Security Consulting ~ Alzheimer's Society ~ American Express ~ Anite Group ~ Arriva ~ Asda ~ Association of Accounting Technicians ~ Atos ~ Australian Federal Police ~ Authentify ~ Automatic Data Processing ~ Aveva Group ~ Aviva ~ AXA ~ Babcock International Group ~ Balfour Beatty ~ Bank of America Merrill Lynch ~ Bank of England ~ Bank of Ireland ~ Bank of New York Mellon ~ Bank of Tokyo - Mitsubishi UFJ ~ Barclays ~ Baring Asset Management ~ BBC ~ Beazley Group ~ Bet 365 ~ BG Group ~ BIS ~ Blue Coat Systems ~ Bourne Leisure Group ~ BP ~ British Airways ~ British American Toabacco ~ British High Commission, Pretoria ~ British Land Company ~ British Medical Association ~ BUPA ~ Cabinet Office ~ Canada Life ~ Cancer Research UK ~ Capita ~ Capital One ~ Carphone Warehouse ~ The Cavendish London Hotel ~ Centre for Combating Cyber Crimes - Moldova ~ Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure ~ CESG ~ Channel 4 ~ Check Point Software Technologies ~ Chubb Group of Insurance Companies ~ CIFAS ~ Cigital ~ Citigroup ~ City of London Police ~ Clearswift ~ COLT Technology Services ~ Como Hotels & Resorts ~ Co-operative Financial Services ~ Coventry Building Society ~ Covington & Burling LLP ~ Credit Suisse ~ CSCSS ~ Cyprus Police Cyber Crime Unit ~ Dairy Crest Group ~ Dart Group ~ Dell Secureworks ~ Dentons UKMEA LLP ~ Department of Finance & Personnel Northern Ireland ~ Department of Health ~ Derbyshire Building Society ~ Deutsche Bank Group ~ Diageo ~ DLA Piper LLP ~ DPD ~ East Coast Trains ~ Economic & Financial Crimes Commission Nigeria ~ EDF Energy ~ EE ~ Electrocomponents ~ E.ON ~ Endsleigh Insurance Services ~ Enterprise Holdings ~ esure ~ Eurasian Natural Resources ~ European Bank for Reconstruction & Development ~ Eurostar ~ EveryMatrix ~ Experian ~ FBI ~ Federal Investigation Agency HQ Pakistan ~ Fidelity International ~ Fidelity Investments ~ Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP ~ The Finance Practice ~ Financial Conduct Authority ~ Financial Fraud Action UK ~ Findect ~ FireHost ~ First Rate Exchange Services ~ FIS Global ~ Fiveways Playcentre ~ Ford Motor Company ~ Fox-IT ~ FraudWatch International ~ Fujitsu ~ Gala Coral Group ~ GE Capital ~ General Electric ~ General Motors ~ Ghana Police Service ~ GlaxoSmithKline ~ Gloucester Research ~ Go Ahead Group ~ Guardian Media Group ~ H&M ~ Habib Bank AG Zurich ~ Halma ~ Heathrow ~ Health Protection Agency ~ Higgs & Sons ~ High Tech Crime Department - Vietnam ~ Hiscox ~ HM Revenue & Customs ~ HMSHost ~ Home Office ~ Hong Kong Police Force ~ HP Enterprise Security ~ HSBC ~ ICE ~ Identity & Passport Office ~ IMI Norgren ~ Imperva ~ Infoblox ~ Information Commissioner's Office ~ ING ~ Inmarsat ~ Intelligent Environments ~ Internet Watch Foundation ~ Intertek Group ~ Intrum Justitia ~ IPPlus ~ Italian State Police ~ ITV ~ John Lewis Partnership ~ John Wiley & Sons ~ JP Morgan Chase ~ Kaspersky Lab ~ Kent Police ~ Kingsley Napley LLP ~ Korean National Police Agency ~ Ladbrokes ~ LCH Clearnet ~ Learn Direct ~ Lebara ~ Legal & General ~ Lehman Brothers International Europe ~ Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau ~ Liverpool Victoria ~ Lloyds Banking Group ~ LogRhythm ~ LondonWaste ~ M and M Direct ~ Mandiant ~ Matalan ~ McDonald's ~ Meta Compliance ~ Microgaming ~ Ministry of Defence ~ Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Belarus ~ Ministry of Interior - Serbia ~ Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine ~ Mi-pay ~ MITIE Group ~ Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International ~ Mizuho ~ Modern Times Group ~ Molson Coors ~ Mothercare ~ National Crime Agency ~ National Police of Panama ~ National Technical Assistance Centre ~ Nationwide Building Society ~ NetClean Technologies ~ Newbury Building Society ~ News UK ~ NHS ~ NHS Supply Chain ~ Norton Rose Fulbright ~ Novae Group ~ NSPCC ~ NTT Com Security ~ Nuance Communications ~ Ocado ~ Old Mutual ~ OWASP ~ Palo Alto Networks ~ Paragon Group of Companies ~ Pennant International Group ~ Pentland ~ PhishMe ~ Pinsent Masons LLP ~ PKR.com ~ Police Service of Northern Ireland ~ Policia de Investigaciones de Chile ~ Portcullis ~ Post Office ~ Prudential ~ Punjab National Bank ~ QBE Insurance ~ QVC ~ Rank Group ~ Return Path ~ Rexam ~ Romanian Directorate for Countering Organised Crime ~ Rothschild ~ Royal Bank of Scotland ~ Royal Canadian Mounted Police ~ Royal Holloway University of London ~ Royal Mail Group ~ Royal Malaysian Police ~ RWE Group ~ SABMiller ~ Sainsbury's ~ Santander ~ Sapient ~ Sapphire ~ Scotia Gas Networks ~ SCS Europe ~ Security Services of Ukraine ~ Shop Direct ~ Siemens ~ Sitel ~ Skanska ~ Slaughter and May ~ Smiths Group ~ SocialLites ~ SoEasyPay.com ~ Sparebank 1 ~ Staples ~ State Agency for National Security Bulgaria ~ State Police Latvia ~ Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation ~ Swinton Insurance ~ Swiss Federal Police ~ Swiss Re ~ Tenable Network Security ~ Tesco Bank ~ Think Finance ~ Thomson Reuters ~ Threadneedle Investments ~  Trader Media Group ~ Trafigura ~ Triumph Motorcycles ~ TSL Education ~ TUI Travel ~ Tullett Prebon ~ Tullow Oil ~ UBS ~ Unilever ~ Unipart Group ~ Unisys ~ University of Portsmouth ~ University of West London ~ University of Westminster ~ Unum Provident ~ Vanquis Bank ~ Veracode ~ VeriSign ~ Vertu ~ Virgin Media ~ Virgin Money ~ Vodafone ~ Voltage Security ~ Waitrose ~ Waterstones ~ Weatherbys Bank ~ Websense ~ Welsh Assembly Government ~ WhiteHat Security ~ Wilkinson Hardware Store ~ World First ~ WorldPay ~ WPP Group ~ Zamir Telecom ~ Zurich Financial Services ...and more... more