Member Registrations: 2136.75 AED Non Members Fee: 2509.5 AED
Most modern crises contain at least an element of cyber.This workshop looks at cyber extortion and cyber enabled crime and examines how modern communication methods are changing the way we must manage a crisis in the twenty first century.
The conference will be led by our Global Head of Risk Advisory Nigel Basham. Nigel will be joined by Tim Holt who will examine how emerging cyber trends may affect the way the risk landscape may look like in the coming decade. A guest speaker will explore a regional case study.
About the Speakers:
Including an exemplary 30 year career with UK Government and as a Specialist Operations Detective at the Metropolitan Police Service’s world famous New Scotland Yard in London, Nigel has vast experience across the public and private sector of dealing with national and international crises, including cyber-enabled crime, both as a tactical responder and strategic advisor.
Tim trained at Sandhurst and served in the British Army for ten years in Asia, the Middle East and Northern Ireland as a Gurkha Rifles officer. Subsequently, he served as an International Red Cross Relief Delegate, ran the Country Office in a Cessation of Hostilities initiative in Asia and spent five years overseas as a Risk Management and Conflict Adviser to the British Government and latterly the United Nations in Nepal.
*Fee includes breakfast
*Free Valet parking
If your company is a BBG member and you are not a named member, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to benefit from the member rate. Named members should register online as usual.
This is a Pre Pay Event, your place will not be confirmed until payment is received.
Cancellations will be accepted until 11.59am on Monday 23 September after when “no show fees” will apply.