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Development session - Gauteng

Date: 
Friday, 18 October, 2019 - 09:00 to 12:0010/18/2019 9:00am 10/18/2019 12:00pm Development session - Gauteng
The ICFP Board of Directors has pleasure in inviting you to the development session on 18 October 2019 in Centurion.  This is an industry networking event intended to foster conversation and learning.
 
We are very excited to welcome Mr Peter Allwright as our guest presenter.
 
 
 

Peter Allwright, Director of Horizon Forensics

Peter is a cyber intelligence investigator and open source intelligence expert and specialises in investigating high-value customer data breaches and hunting down hackers in hostile jurisdictions to retain the stolen data. He works closely with local and international law enforcement agencies to detain hackers and to support their successful extradition and prosecution.

He has successfully led local and international search and seizure operations of private residences, business premises and internet service providers, in order to retain stolen data and secure evidence that hackers leave behind. He often has to deal with the complexities of foreign jurisdictions and the impact of data protection legislation.

He has wide experience of dealing with crisis management situations and together with specialised professionals takes care of coordinating the key aspects of resolving the crisis and protecting the client’s position at all times.

He has successfully guided multidisciplinary forensic teams in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Asia.

Topic:Uncovering the constituent parts of an organisation that facilitates crime

The increasing complexity and sophistication of fraud schemes has revealed the severe shortcomings and limitations of the traditional approach to white-collar crime investigation.  Unknowingly, we contribute to the problem daily by continuing to tinker with old, outdated systems rather than implementing wholesale system changes. We need to rethink fraud prevention and develop new approaches to assess complex structures, patterns, and events which form these increasingly sophisticated schemes.

Peter will demonstrate a forensic diagnostic toolbox developed to isolate the critical structures, patterns and events that constitute the real drivers and root cause of crime within an organisation.

He will highlight the weaknesses and failures of conventional methods and current investigation methodologies and will introduce a new tool to the arsenal of forensic professionals: a forensic diagnostic toolbox. The toolbox is based upon systems thinking tools and techniques that have been combined with systemic techniques from the six sigma methodology to improve the diagnosis of situations and to improve the quality of problem-solving interventions.

Agenda:

Arrival & registration 09:00 to 09:30
Opening & welcome 09:00 to 09:10
Presentation 09:10 to 11:00
Beverages & network 11:00 to 11:45

 

 

 

 

CPD Credits: 2

Cost:

Free for ICFP members

Non-members R 245.00 + VAT.

RSVP:  To make your reservation, please register below.

Register

Alternatively, you may register by sending a mail to events@icfp.co.za

Only 50 seats per venue are available.

Confirmation of registration will be returned via email. Please note that access will only be granted to confirmed reservations.

Golden Pipit Conference Centre, 241 End street, Hennopspark, Centurion. Africa/Johannesburg public
The ICFP Board of Directors has pleasure in inviting you to the development session on 18 October 2019 in Centurion.  This is an industry networking event intended to foster conversation and learning.
 
We are very excited to welcome Mr Peter Allwright as our guest presenter.
 
 
 

Peter Allwright, Director of Horizon Forensics

Peter is a cyber intelligence investigator and open source intelligence expert and specialises in investigating high-value customer data breaches and hunting down hackers in hostile jurisdictions to retain the stolen data. He works closely with local and international law enforcement agencies to detain hackers and to support their successful extradition and prosecution.

He has successfully led local and international search and seizure operations of private residences, business premises and internet service providers, in order to retain stolen data and secure evidence that hackers leave behind. He often has to deal with the complexities of foreign jurisdictions and the impact of data protection legislation.

He has wide experience of dealing with crisis management situations and together with specialised professionals takes care of coordinating the key aspects of resolving the crisis and protecting the client’s position at all times.

He has successfully guided multidisciplinary forensic teams in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Asia.

Topic:Uncovering the constituent parts of an organisation that facilitates crime

The increasing complexity and sophistication of fraud schemes has revealed the severe shortcomings and limitations of the traditional approach to white-collar crime investigation.  Unknowingly, we contribute to the problem daily by continuing to tinker with old, outdated systems rather than implementing wholesale system changes. We need to rethink fraud prevention and develop new approaches to assess complex structures, patterns, and events which form these increasingly sophisticated schemes.

Peter will demonstrate a forensic diagnostic toolbox developed to isolate the critical structures, patterns and events that constitute the real drivers and root cause of crime within an organisation.

He will highlight the weaknesses and failures of conventional methods and current investigation methodologies and will introduce a new tool to the arsenal of forensic professionals: a forensic diagnostic toolbox. The toolbox is based upon systems thinking tools and techniques that have been combined with systemic techniques from the six sigma methodology to improve the diagnosis of situations and to improve the quality of problem-solving interventions.

Agenda:

Arrival & registration 09:00 to 09:30
Opening & welcome 09:00 to 09:10
Presentation 09:10 to 11:00
Beverages & network 11:00 to 11:45

 

 

 

 

CPD Credits: 2

Cost:

Free for ICFP members

Non-members R 245.00 + VAT.

RSVP:  To make your reservation, please register below.

Register

Alternatively, you may register by sending a mail to events@icfp.co.za

Only 50 seats per venue are available.

Confirmation of registration will be returned via email. Please note that access will only be granted to confirmed reservations.

Venue: 
Golden Pipit Conference Centre, 241 End street, Hennopspark, Centurion.