Building Resilience into the Supply Chain
Police CPI’s Neil Sinclair will be hosting a seminar at next week’s Security IT Summit at the Hilton London, Canary Wharf.
The Security IT Summit has been designed to draw on the combined expertise of the cybersecurity community to facilitate the development of coherent strategies against emerging threats.
Offering invaluable insight to senior professionals, the Security IT Summit provides unparalleled industry access to the latest products and services to help best identify and combat a security breach.
Featuring a comprehensive seminar programme, the Summit will be welcoming prominent industry influencers to provide an update on policy and share best practice strategies on all angles of cybersecurity and risk mitigation.
Neil’s seminar will take place from 14:00 on Wednesday 29th June and will focus on Building Resilience into the Supply Chain. Large organisations have invested heavily in their cyber security over the past couple of years. However, many of them find themselves vulnerable to a cyber attack or breach through their supply chains. Neil’s session focuses on the importance of supply chain resilience while providing a summary of current threats the UK faces as seen by law enforcement. It will cover:
- The nature and scale of the threat
- What does good cyber resilience look like within your supply chain
- The importance of collaboration
Neil leads the Police Digital Security Providers Scheme for Police Crime Prevention Initiatives. Neil was recognised in the most recent ‘The Progress 1000: London's most influential people’ for his work in Technology & Cyber Security.
Neil conceived and developed the Digital Service Providers scheme, now run by Police CPI in collaboration with BSI. It is a unique certification schemes that verify vendors for the benefit of the end user, removing much of the uncertainty that so often paralyses action.
A Conference Chair, public speaker and panellist for Cyber Security and business resilience events, Neil is an experienced trainer of newcomers to financial intelligence, cyber awareness and "Train The Trainer" courses. He is a regular presenter to outside and overseas agencies and for internal operational security briefings.
Neil has worked in UK counter-terrorism policing for over thirty years and has been involved in most of the Metropolitan Police’s biggest Terrorist Operations. He was a key member of the National Terrorist Financial Investigation Unit for 10 years and is an accredited Financial Investigator, recognised as a highly skilled expert, with global experience, in the Counter Terrorism and Financial Crime (AML/CTF/Fraud/Corruption) environment.
Neil was the Lead for Financial Intelligence at GCHQ prior to joining Police CPI.
To find out more about the summit, visit https://securityitsummit.co.uk/.
To find out more about Police CPI’s Digital Security Providers scheme and to see a list of Police Digital Security Providers, visit https://www.policecpi.com/police-digital-security-providers