Police to hold Cybercrime Conference
February 18th, 2016
Cambridgeshire Constabulary and Cambridgeshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner are to host the county’s first Cybercrime conference on 10th March in Cambridge.
The threat from cybercrime is one of the fastest growing crime types and instances of cyber-attack are increasing year on year, both for businesses and for individuals.
The conference on 10th will provide information about what the police are doing to combat the issue and also provide some practical advice on what businesses and individuals should be doing to protect themselves.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Sir Graham Bright, said: “Tackling cybercrime is a high priority for me but remains a challenge as the nature of cybercrime is constantly evolving in both the complexity of the investigations and the creativity of cyber-criminals. In response to this threat we are hosting the county’s first Fraud and Cybercrime Conference.
“The event will offer people the opportunity to meet members of Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s newly established Fraud and Cyber Investigation Unit (FCIU), hear about what the police are doing to tackle this threat and what businesses in particular should be doing to protect themselves. It will also enable businesses to share their concerns and their ideas with the police.”
Date: Thursday 10th March 2016
Time: 18.00 to 20.00
Location: ARM, 110 Fulbourn Rd, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB1 9NJ
Registration: Please contact the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0300 333 3456