This year's programme will bring together world-class experts to discuss the latest trends, innovations and developments in tackling economic crime including: AI, deepfakes, and the future of fraud. There will be plenty of opportunities to network throughout the day as well as at the post-event drinks reception. More details coming soon…
Confirmed highlights include
AI and deepfakes
In this session, we will explore the threat that AI possesses and the new ways that fraud can appear in our daily lives, with a specific focus on how voice cloning can be used easily by fraudsters.
The tools of the future
New developments in tech don’t need to be all scary. In this this session our speaker will demonstrate the ways that AI are being put into use to stop fraud.
Is this the near future of fraud?
Failure to prevent and online safety bills are the latest legislation in the fight against fraud and cybercrime, but will they work? This panel will explore the legislation and delve into challenging questions such as: Will this be effective? Does it go far enough and what does the future of fraud look like?
Fraud or fine
How do you know that luxury goods are what they say they are? Whether you are buying them IRL or in the Metaverse, this session will explore the world of counterfeit luxury goods
Winding up companies
Speakers will discuss the methodology behind winding up companies when they are issued with fines for breaching rules around mass marketing. The panel will also explore the ways that collaboration can have very positive effects.
From FTX to Wirecard the panel will discuss what happens when companies like this collapse; what do the days and weeks before the companies go under look like and how should professionals prepare.
Four breakout sessions covering a range of hot topics.
Drinks reception and networking
After a full day of insightful sessions all attendees are invited to a networking drinks reception.