Agenda
1
08:00 -
08:50
Registration and breakfast.
 
08:50 -
09:00
Chairman's welcome.
09:00 -
09:30
► eDiscovery from a Criminal Perspective

Robert Kenny, eDiscovery Project Manager, Serious Fraud Office 

The world of eDiscovery tends to focus on the civil and commercial aspects of the eDiscovery process while its use in criminal investigations is glossed over or ignored. In this presentation Robert will take you through a high level overview of eDiscovery from the perspective of criminal investigations.

09:30 -
09:50
► Maximising the value of data in investigations

Phil Beckett, Managing Director-Global Forensic and Dispute Services, Alvarez & Marsal
  • How organisations can synthesize, enhance, augment and exploit data to maximise its benefit
  • Moving from “big data” to “smart data”, and intelligently transforming data into useful information.
  • Bringing together, linking, visualising and understanding this mass of information to conduct investigations quickly and cost efficiently.
09:50 -
10:20
 Setting up a forensic/digital investigation capability fit for your business  

Stephen Storey, Principal, Investigation, Rio Tinto

An insight into a global company’s journey to implement a forensic collection, acquisition and eDiscovery capability that met the needs of investigation challenges faced across the business.

10:20 -
11:00
  Education Seminar Session 1  

Choose from a range of seminars, featuring hands-on, technical presentations and insights.
11:00 -
11:20
Refreshments and networking break.
11:30 -
12:00
► Cutting-costs and enhancing efficiency of litigation events  

Bill Onwusah, Litigation Support Officer, Hogan Lovells
  • How have we arrived here? What is driving increased costs? 
  • How can we make litigation events more efficient?
  • What are we going to do about it?
12:00 -
12:20
 eDiscovery and Investigation Best Practices for Email Archives

Lee Meyrick, Director of Information Management, Nuix
  • The limitations of native archive search and extraction tools
  • How to mitigate eDiscovery risk when using an archive
  • When to use tools that bypass APIs and why
12:20 -
12:50
 eDiscovery and integrated information governance  

Susan Lamb, Group Records Manager, Shell International
  • What does an integrated approach look like?
  • Benefits: mitigating risk and getting business value out of information
  • Practical considerations: Prioritising risks, collaborating across departments, and getting business buy-in
12:50 -
13:30
  Education Seminar Session 2  

Choose from a range of seminars, featuring hands-on, technical presentations and insights.
13:30 -
14:30
Lunch and networking break.
14:30 -
15:00
 Investigatory challenges at Microsoft: an overview     Extended Q&A   

Paul Stunt, Director of International Investigations and Forensics, Microsoft

An overview of Microsoft as a company, its ongoing investigatory challenges, and lessons for eDiscovery professionals worldwide.
15:00 -
15:30
 eDiscovery in digital forensic investigations

Dr. David Lawton, Centre for Applied Science and Technology
Gavin Dodd, Detective, Metropolitan Police


Hear from the authors of a recent Home Office report into eDiscovery investigations, with a discussion on its implications and findings.
15:30 -
15:50
Executive discussion and open Q&A.

15:50 -
16:30
  Education Seminar Session 3  

Choose from a range of seminars, featuring hands-on, technical presentations and insights.
16:30 -
16:50
Networking break refreshments break
16:50 -
17:10
The Digital Age and insurance challenges.

Lisa Hansford-Smith, Senior Underwriter for Cyber, Tech & Media, XL Catlin Insurance

  • How to underwrite and provide relevant protection to such a fast moving environment?
  • What does “good” look like to an insurer?
  • Where to next in the Digital Journey. 
17:10 -
17:30
► The State of Software Security (SOSS)

John Smith, Senior Security Architect, Veracode
  •  A look at the concerning analytics from Veracode’s recently released latest SOSS
  • Evolving issues and solutions for web and mobile applications
  • What is likely to see you fail standard security policies like the OWASP Top 10
  • What are the causes, and which industries are faring the best (and the worst).
17:30 -
17:50
 Cross industry executive panel discussion  Do we all face the same threats?
  • Andy Watkin-Child, Business Information Security Officer, Penguin Random House Publishing
  • Neil Cassidy, Global IT Security Director, Rolls-Royce
  • Nick Green, Senior Director of Information Security, Ticketmaster
  • Cedrick Moriggi, Chief Security Officer, Rio Tinto
  • Dr Stephen Moody, Solutions Director, ThreatMetrix
17:50 -
18:30
► Drinks reception and networking