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Speakers for the Fraud and Cyber Crime Workshop

Senior Lecturer, Cyber and Digital Technologies and Crime, London Policing College.

Stuart completed a full career within the Police service in the UK serving at all ranks including Chief Constable. Retiring in 2013 with Exemplary Service and national recognition through the awarding of the prestigious Queens Police Medal and presentation of an Honorary Doctorate for commitment to Cybercrime prevention and detection. During his service, he built the business cases for CEOP and ActionFraud helping them both to launch as national entities.

Since retirement he has been a consultant on Cyber issues including leading table top scenario based exercises.
Stuart had a major impact in the design and creation of the voluntary sectors response capability post Grenfell, and directly led to the establishment of the National Emergencies Trust and the Voluntary and Community Sector Emergency Partnership


Dr Stuart Hyde QPM

Antony Walker

Antony Walker: (Deputy CEO, TechUK) Antony is a member of the senior leadership team and has overall responsibility for techUK’s policy work. Prior to his appointment in July 2012 Antony was Chief Executive of the Broadband Stakeholder Group (BSG), the UK’s independent advisory group on broadband policy. Antony was closely involved in the development of broadband policy development in the UK and authored several major reports to government. He also led the development of the UK’s world leading Open Internet Code of Practice that addresses the issue of net neutrality in the UK. Prior to setting up the BSG, Antony spent six years working in Brussels for the American Chamber of Commerce following and writing about telecoms issues and as a consultant working on EU social affairs and environmental issues.

Industry: Pete Williams (Senior Consultant in Discovery & Disclosure CCL Solutions Group) is an established Computer Forensics and Electronic Disclosure specialist with twelve years’ experience collecting, extracting and analysing electronic data from a wide variety of sources for review and presentation as evidence in criminal investigations, civil litigations and corporate inquiries.
Specialising in Nuix software, he combines the knowledge of their suite of applications and experience in both the eDiscovery and digital forensics industries to deliver managed review solutions to complex investigations. He regularly works with law enforcement agencies to enable the investigator-led analysis of data in cases sometimes involving hundreds of electronic exhibits and tens of millions of files.

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Pete Williams


Gary Hibberd

Industry: Gary Hibberd (Cybersecurity and Data Protection specialist) Gary is known as the ‘The Professor of Communicating Cyber’. A Cybersecurity and Data Protection specialist with 35 years in Technology and Information Security. He is a published author, regular blogger, and international speaker on Cybersecurity best practices, ISO27001, Data Protection, the Dark Web, Cybercrime and CyberPsychology.

Fraud Advisory Panel, Patrick Rappo. Patrick is co-deputy chair of the anti-fraud charity Fraud Advisory Panel and chair of its policy committee.

He is a partner at DLA Piper and global co-chair of its investigations and compliance group. Patrick’s practice focuses on a range of corporate and white-collar matters, international bribery, corruption, money laundering, fraud and sanctions issues.  Patrick also advises international governments on changes to their ABC and AML regimes and trains their judiciary, prosecutors and investigators.

He is a former joint head of the bribery and corruption divisions at the SFO.

Patrick Rappo

Mike Riordan

Industry: Mike Riordan, Amazon Web Services .Mike has been with Amazon Web Services for the last three years, and leads their work with customers in Central Policing bodies in the UK. Over the last 15 years he has worked in technology companies supporting customers across National Security, Defence and Justice and is passionate about helping those teams deliver on challenging outcomes.”

Professor Alison Wakefield,  University of West London

Alison Wakefield is Professor of Criminology and Security Studies at the University of West London, and Co-Director of UWL’s Cybersecurity and Criminology Centre, having joined the University in January 2020. She previously taught at the University of Portsmouth, the University of New South Wales in Sydney, City University London and the University of Leicester, and worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers as a consultant following her PhD at the University of Cambridge. Alongside her research interests, Alison is a specialist in doctoral, distance learning and security education.

DSU Gary Miles, City of London Police

Gary has 36 years policing experience after joining the Metropolitan Police in 1986. He has been a Detective for 30 years and has specialised within the Fraud and Cyber area since 2003. He has previously developed MPS solutions such as Amberhill (Identity crime) and Sterling (Fraud prevention) and was head of the MPS Fraud Squad managing the investigations of the most complex Fraud offences. In 2013 he was instrumental in the creation of FALCON (Fraud and Linked Crime On Line) the MPS’ response to Fraud and Cyber crime overseeing an increase in the judicial outcome rate from below 0.5% to 15%. In 2019 he became Head of the MPS Economic Crime Command which saw a brigading of the FALCON and criminal finance resources. In 2021 he accepted a secondment to the City of London Police to become the head of the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau to review current systems and practices and deliver continuous improvement to the overall Fraud and Cyber service. He is also a Lot lead for the current procurement process for the new Fraud and Cyber Crime reporting service  (FCCRAS), to develop and implement a new technical solution to the reporting, recording, dissemination and investigation of all forms of Fraud and Cybercrime.

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