South East Cyber Crime Workshop
Cyber crime is a complex and emerging (inter)national threat, and fighting it is one of the pillars of the UK cyber security strategy. According to Francis Maude. Minister for the Cabinet Office,
”[…] by 2015, the aspiration is that the UK is in a position where: law enforcement is tackling cyber criminals; citizens know what to do to protect themselves […]”
As the national response grows, the NCA, the regional Organised Crime Unit, and the Cyber Security Centre at the University of Southampton partnered together in the South East Cyber Crime Workshop to study the role, composition, interaction, training and research activities of the newly formed Cyber Crime Units.
The main questions the workshop sets out to explore are:
what is a police cyber crime unit?
what does it need?
how does it operate?
how can academic cybersecurity research support them?
Head of Intelligence of South East Regional Organised Crime Unit
Director of the Cyber Security Centre, University of Southampton
List of Keynotes and Talks
|Welcome||Steve Chisnall, Southampton, Director of Strategy and Planning Vladimiro Sassone, Southampton, Director of Cyber Security Centre|
|Opening & Strategic Overview||Jon Boutcher ACC, Deputy ACPO Lead for Cyber|
|Bio & Cyber Metrics||Mark Nixon, Southampton, Computer Vision|
|South East Forces: Current and Future Capabilities||Thames Valley, Richard List Hampshire, Roger Wood Kent, Steve Woollcott Surrey/Sussex,Andy Haslam|
|Software Vulnerabilities||Denis Nicole, Southampton, Electronics|
|National Crime Agency Position||Kevin Williams, NCA, National Cyber Crime Unit|
|Strategic Policing Requirements & Minimum Standards||Kevin Williams, NCA, National Cyber Crime Unit|
|Cyber Crime and its Psychology||Craig Webber, Southampton, Criminology|
|A Case Study||Jason Tunn, Metropolitan Police, PeCU|
|Evidential Considerations in Cyber Crime Investigations||Simon McKay, McKay Leeds, Law|
|RIPA and Social Network Surveillance||Micheál O’Floinn, Southampton, Law|
|South East ROCU Cyber Crime Unit: Build & Capabilities||Craig Jones, South East ROCU, Cyber Crime Unit|
|Provenance Analytics and Crowd-Sourcing||Dong Huynh, Southampton, Web Science|
|A Capability Framework for Cyber Crime||Jeff Longrigg, College of Policing|