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Employee crime prevention conference.

UBM Live : 29 November, 2007  (New Product)
CMP Information is running a conference on combating crime from within the organisation at Earls Court in London.
A company's biggest security threat is not the unknown hacker trying to break into the corporate network, but employees and partners with easy access to company information.

It is estimated that over £40 million is lost every day to fraud in the UK, with 80% of that involving employees. Over recent months, a number of security breaches have proven that there are obvious cracks in the seemingly secure infrastructures of many leading public and private sector organisations. Security breaches not only result in the loss of company profits but also lead to leakages of competitive information and a diminishing company reputation.

To help organisations develop a strategy to enhance internal security and prevent employee crime CMP Information is holding a one day conference with some key industry experts to help reduce employee crime. The conference entitled Internal Security: The Threat Within will take place on 5 December 2007 at Earls Court Conference Centre in London. The Conference will feature a number of presentations from industry experts from organisations which include Barclays, The Metropolitan Police, Transport for London and The Post Office among others.

The conference has been designed to equip delegates with the vital tools needed in implementing rigorous pre-employment and on-going vetting with employees from the boardroom to the post room. Delegates will also hear about how to successfully identify employees that pose a security risk and how to define effective policies and procedures to strengthen a company's barrier of attack.

Brian Sims, editor of Security Management Today magazine said: "Companies need to adopt a proactive stance in combating employee crime. Technology has increased dramatically in the last decade and so has internal employee crime. For companies to think that employee crime won't happen to them or relates to stealing company stationery is simply being unrealistic. This conference will help people to identify employee crime and to put measures in place to enhance their internal security."
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