White collar crime is on the rise. And almost all crimes involve some type of technology. Whether it's a computer, cell phone, or GPS - criminals are becoming more tech savvy. The motivation behind these crimes is financial and these are not victimless crimes as a single scam can destroy a company.
Organisations worldwide have to know more than ever identify, disrupt and investigate white collar crimes. With today’s fraud schemes more sophisticated than ever, both technology and skills are needed to fight white collar crime.
"White Collar Crime Tech is designed to explore the digital arena within legal, compliance, risk and litigation market."
White Collar Crime Tech 2018 will focus on topics including artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics, cyber intelligence and their roles in fraud, anti- money laundering, bribery, cryptocurrency and cybercrime with business transactions have increasingly been crossing national borders, thereby presenting greater opportunities for white collar crime and for the externalization of risks.
White Collar Crime Tech will take place at various cities around the world. These exclusive and multi-sectional sessions bring together multinational companies, governments and law enforcements. The aim is to unite key decision makers to address, debate, share ideas, raise awareness and deep dive around current pressing issues globally pertaining to white collar crime and its implications on transnational risks.
Head of FICS IT, Fraud Investigation and Customer Screenings Department
Philips International B.V.
Dr. Bernold Nieuwesteeg LLM MSc
Centre for the Law & Economics of Cyber Security
Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics