Presentation on theme: "Insp Martin Wright PhD West Midlands Police & Ken Rabey University of Wolverhampton Partners in e-Crime Prevention."— Presentation transcript:
Insp Martin Wright PhD West Midlands Police & Ken Rabey University of Wolverhampton Partners in e-Crime Prevention
Regional / National Approaches West Midlands WARPs - non-profit organisation increasing the security of the West Midlands regional infrastructure against electronic attack. National e-Crime Prevention Centre - research and knowledge transfer in aspects of electronic crime to assist agencies and business communities in prevention.
NeCPC The Concept Mission To prevent and reduce both levels and negative impacts of electronically mediated crime and promote learning, knowledge and use of preventative strategies within the United Kingdom and internationally Why? To protect UK businesses and critical infrastructure To encourage e-adoption (where fear of e-crime may be a deterrent) To strengthen the economy
West Midlands WARPs Multi-Tiered WARP (+ attached PC) Several WARPs managed and located in one facility: Local Government – launched Business – SMEs Health Trusts – SHA / PCTs / Acute Trusts Education – HE / FE Farm Etc.
A UK national multi-agency network with international links National e-Crime Prevention Centre NeCPC - RN HTCU Reference Group Experts EURIMCPNI UKERNA Microsoft BT SocITM SYMANTECDTI VERISIGNSOCA SVO CISCO WMLGA Qinetiq BCS IMIS WM regional ICT Group Academic University of Plymouth Coventry University Liverpool John Moores University University of Teesside Royal Holloway University of London Canterbury Christ Church University University of Birmingham Sheffield Hallam University POLCYB Cybersecurity-KTN ENISA RDAs WM Connects Hubs Other WARPS Research Network WARP
PolicingIT SecurityCriminology Criminal Justice National e-Crime Prevention Centre Academic Institutions Law Enforcement Agencies IT Industry Government Departments Hubs or Vertical initiatives (regional) WARP Network
Over to you!! Question 1 How can a WARP assist in preventing e-crime? Question 2 How can a WARP help warn the public of e-crime risks? Question 3 How can a WARP capture current e-crime trends / methods / intelligence? Question 4 How can a WARP support victims of e-crime? Question 5 How should a WARP link with the police?
Ken Rabey University of Wolverhampton School of Computing and IT Technology Centre Wulfruna Street Wolverhampton WV1 1SB Tel: Dr Martin Wright Local Authority / PCT Liaison Officer Wolverhampton City Council Civic Centre St Peters Square Wolverhampton WV1 1SH Tel: