e-Crime & information security News
New : We are delighted to welcome to the speaker line-up of e-Crime Mid Year 2014 Andy Jones, CISO at Maersk Line 
"Andy Jones CISSP is the Chief Information Security Office for Maersk Line, the shipping and logistics element of the Maersk group. He has over fifteen years' experience within information security, and has headed the information security function for several FT global 500 organisations."

Why attend

....... I believe it is an essential conference and networking event for anyone in ICT/ Information / cyber security or law enforcement. Without fail I have always taken away something which has been beneficial to my organisation, whether that was a name, a product or an idea.

Head of Information Security - Construction Services UK, Balfour Beatty

A great event to network with peers and partners. Reassuring to see the same challenges across the industry.

Head of Information Security, Carphone Warehouse

It was really a pleasure to present at this event with such an excellent organization in support. There were healthy selection of presentations: topical, informative and well crafted. I greatly appreciated the networking opportunities and the opportunities to update on security vendors’ products and services.

Deputy CIO / CISO, Intrum Justitia

Definitely worthwhile taking the time out of the office!

CISO, Scotia Gas Networks
Why Sponsor
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
The e-Crime Mid Year, hosted by AKJ Associates, was a really good event for Cryptomathic as it gave us the opportunity to meet existing customers as well as new potentials in a splendid environment.
Managing Director, Cryptomathic
About the e-Crime and information security Mid-Year Meeting
Six years ago the Mid-Year meeting was established through demand from private sector individuals at the famous e-Crime Congress. At the busiest and most prestigious gathering in the UK, the Mid-Year agenda provides practical guidance, tactical insights and real life case studies through a balanced mixture of strategic talks and technical breakout sessions to over 400 senior practitioners. The conference is carefully designed to provide ample networking opportunities for these private sector professionals who are tasked with safeguarding digital assets, protecting sensitive data and coordinating security and risk strategy.
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:

► People and process - insider threats, user behaviour, and data handling
► Incident response and management
► Measuring organisational performance and maturity
► Collaboration across the supply chain and beyond
► The ever expanding threat landscape - risk mitigation and visibility
More about the event....
This event welcomes senior decision makers including heads and directors of:  
Real Estate
Transport and Logistics
From industries that include:
Group IT
Information/IT Security
Fraud prevention
Technology & Operational Risk
Regulatory Compliance
Financial Crime Prevention
Financial Intelligence
Group Security
Digital Forensics
Business Continuity
Speakers and panellists include:
NEW! Len Hynds
Group CSO
Modern Times Group

Andy Jones
Maersk Line

Ben de la Salle
Head of IT Security and Risk
Old Mutual Wealth

David Pybus
Head of Security, Risk, Governance & Compliance

Chris Taylor
Vice President - Regional Manager Security, Investigations & Forensic Services
Deutsche Bank
Chris Rivinus
Head of IS Project Delivery
Tullow Oil

Stéphanie Buscayret

Gareth Maguire
Head of Information Security 
Unipart Group Customer Logistics
Paul Heffernan
Group IT Security Analyst
Unipart Group Customer Logistics
Robert O'Brien
Meta Compliance 
Paco Hope
Principal Consultant

Fraser Kyne
Director of Products
James Burchell
IT Security Specialist

James Sherlow 
SE Manager WEUR & Africa
Palo Alto Networks 

Organisations already registered to attend on 23 October include:
Acromas ~ Affinion International ~ Agari Data ~ Allianz ~ American Express ~ American International Group ~ Anite Group ~ Arriva ~ Aviva ~ Bank of America Merrill Lynch ~ Barclays ~ Bourne Leisure Group ~ BP ~ Brewin Dolphin ~ British Airways ~ British Land Company ~ Bromium ~ Canada Life ~ Cancer Research UK ~ Catlin Group ~ Cigital ~ Cineworld ~ Citigroup ~ COLT Technology Services ~ Cranfield University ~ Credit Suisse ~ Darktrace ~ Derbyshire Building Society ~ Deutsche Bank Group ~ Diageo ~ Electoral Reform Services Limited ~ Electrocomponents ~ Enterprise Holdings ~ The European Bank for Reconstruction & Development ~ Eversheds LLP ~ Fidelity International ~ Fidelity Investments ~ Fiveways Playcentre ~ Ford Motor Company ~ Friends Life ~ Fujitsu ~ GE Capital ~ General Motors ~ Graphisoft ~ HSBC ~ ICE ~ Insight Investment Management ~ Intelligent Environments ~ Irish Life & Permanent ~ John Lewis Partnership ~ John Wiley & Sons ~ JP Morgan Chase ~ Latécoère ~ Lehman Brothers International Europe ~ Liverpool Victoria ~ Lloyds Banking Group ~ M and M Direct ~ Maersk Line ~ Marks & Spencer ~ Meta Compliance ~ Mizuho ~ Modern Times Group ~ Nationwide Building Society ~ Nest Pensions ~ Network Rail ~ Newbury Building Society ~ News UK (News International) ~ NHS ~ Nokia ~ Old Mutual ~ Osirium ~ Palo Alto Networks ~ Paragon Group of Companies ~ Pentland ~ PKR.com ~ Prudential ~ Qualys ~ Rank Group ~ Return Path ~ Rexam ~ Rothschild ~ Royal Bank of Scotland ~ RWE Group ~ Santander ~ Shop Direct ~ Skandia ~ Skanska ~ Sophos ~ Swinton Insurance ~ Swiss Re ~ Telefónica O2 ~ Thomson Reuters ~ Travis Perkins ~ TUI Travel ~ Tullow Oil ~ UBS ~ Unipart Group Customer Logistics ~ University of Westminster ~ Valitor ~ Virgin Atlantic Airways ~ Voltage Security ~ William Hill ~ WorldPay ~ Zurich Financial Services...and more...