Speakers: Paul Maskall and Catriona Still – UK Finance and City of London Police Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit
Paul – Fraud and Cybercrime Prevention Manager, Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit
Paul believes that technology isn’t necessarily the enemy, but it is our relationship with it that needs some work. With a background in law enforcement, intelligence, counter terrorism and later finding a passion in cybercrime and fraud, he now works as the Fraud and Cybercrime Prevention Manager for UK Finance and works within the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU). Recently appearing on BBC Crimewatch Live, Rip off Britain and BBC Radio 1xtra, Paul applies behavioural and psychological principles to the core of his work in order to maximise impact to prevent fraud and cybercrime across strategy, innovation and education.
Cat – Head of Fraud Prevention and Training, Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit
Catriona Still is the Head of Fraud Prevention & Training at the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit. Cat has worked in fraud for over 20 years working her way from the retail branch network at Nationwide Building Society (Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells and Aberdeen branches) to the Special Investigations Department at Nationwide where she managed; card, cheque, ATM fraud before moving over to manage the Industry’s Strategic Threat Management Process and the Fraud Intelligence Team at UK Finance. Cat has since been seconded to the Financial Industry’s sponsored Police unit – the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit where she has been for the last three years.
Join our event on Tuesday 12th April from 12:00 – 13:00 for an exciting talk with Paul and Cat as they explore the things that make us tick, why we can all be vulnerable to fraud and scams and how to beat the criminals.