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Fraud and cybercrime webinar update
Do you have a robust strategy to combat cybercrime and fraud in 2021?

FraudCast: Fraud investigations

In this third episode, of our monthly FraudCast series, Jim Gee discusses the on-going fraud investigations into the bounce back loans scheme, with annual reports and accounts highlighting a potential cost to the government and taxpayers of £15 billion to £26 billion – an enormous sum. Jim also examines the huge spike in cybercrime, resulting from cybercriminals trying to exploit the current COVID-19 health and economic emergency.

For this month’s specialist interview, Jim is joined by Jonathan Tickner, who is a Partner and Head of Commercial Litigation and Civil Fraud for Peters and Peters a leading firm of lawyers specialising in financial crime. 

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Forensic Fundamentals

Highlighting fraud, cybercrime and forensic accounting issues from the fundamentals to advanced. 

Our regular updates will cover the basics through to advanced insights into cybercrime, fraud, bribery and corruption and forensic accounting issues impacting both individuals and businesses today. 

We will also share a number of real life case studies highlighting common problems so you are better placed to protect yourself and organisation.

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Webinars

An introduction to cyber security
Covering the fundamentals of cyber security, including commonly used terms and
governance.
Diagnosing the organisa-tion’s vulnerabilities
Covering the steps you can take to diagnose its cyber vulnerabilities, addressing the identification, assessment and understanding of cyber security risks.
Strengthening resilience
Ensuring adequate cyber security requires core issues are actively managed. This sessions will describe what the core issues are and explain why they matter.
Incident response
It is not a question of if there will be a cyber incident, it is a question of when it will happen. We will cover how an organisation should prepare for an incident.
Fraud and international trade
In the current climate, fraud has become more prevalent within international trade, in this webinar Jim Gee, Partner, Head of Forensics and Counter Fraud looks at how to minimise the risk.
Cybercrime: effective protection for SMEs
Covering the best approach for managing your cybercrime protection and the five important stages to consider - Prevent, Protect, Defend, React, Recover.
COVID-19 and fraud 
What you need to do NOW, and in the current situation where face-to-face contact is difficult, and in what capacity,  Crowe can undertake investigations remotely.
COVID-19 and cybercrime
Addressing some immediate areas to think about and focus on e.g. what to look out for in the current pandemic, how to protect yourselves and your employees.
Cybercrime: fix the most common vulnerabilities
Looking at the cybercrime risks facing listed businesses and preventative measures you can put in place.
An introduction to cyber security
Covering the fundamentals of cyber security, including commonly used terms and
governance.
Diagnosing the organisa-tion’s vulnerabilities
Covering the steps you can take to diagnose its cyber vulnerabilities, addressing the identification, assessment and understanding of cyber security risks.
Strengthening resilience
Ensuring adequate cyber security requires core issues are actively managed. This sessions will describe what the core issues are and explain why they matter.
Incident response
It is not a question of if there will be a cyber incident, it is a question of when it will happen. We will cover how an organisation should prepare for an incident.
Fraud and international trade
In the current climate, fraud has become more prevalent within international trade, in this webinar Jim Gee, Partner, Head of Forensics and Counter Fraud looks at how to minimise the risk.
Cybercrime: effective protection for SMEs
Covering the best approach for managing your cybercrime protection and the five important stages to consider - Prevent, Protect, Defend, React, Recover.
COVID-19 and fraud 
What you need to do NOW, and in the current situation where face-to-face contact is difficult, and in what capacity,  Crowe can undertake investigations remotely.
COVID-19 and cybercrime
Addressing some immediate areas to think about and focus on e.g. what to look out for in the current pandemic, how to protect yourselves and your employees.
Cybercrime: fix the most common vulnerabilities
Looking at the cybercrime risks facing listed businesses and preventative measures you can put in place.

Our Forensic Services

Fraud Investigations
Expert investigation and analysis to uncover the truth.
Forensic accounting
Expert assistance to help resolve disputes.
Financial crime
Advice and support for regulatory compliance.
Cybercrime protection
Protecting your organisation from the UK’s fastest growing threat.
Whistleblowing
Improve transparency and set the right tone from the top.
Corporate intelligence
Preserving your reputation and protecting value.
Counter fraud advisory
Building resilience against fraud, measuring and reducing its cost.
Training and mentoring
Accredited Trainers deliver practical sessions for your organisation.
Fraud Investigations
Expert investigation and analysis to uncover the truth.
Forensic accounting
Expert assistance to help resolve disputes.
Financial crime
Advice and support for regulatory compliance.
Cybercrime protection
Protecting your organisation from the UK’s fastest growing threat.
Whistleblowing
Improve transparency and set the right tone from the top.
Corporate intelligence
Preserving your reputation and protecting value.
Counter fraud advisory
Building resilience against fraud, measuring and reducing its cost.
Training and mentoring
Accredited Trainers deliver practical sessions for your organisation.