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  • How we have developed the Counter Fraud Function and the development of measures and initiatives to tackle the problem of fraud in the Public Sector.

  • Leading the fight against fraud affecting the NHS and the wider health service and protecting vital resources intended for patient care through intelligence, investigations, fraud prevention, standards, staff, organisational development, communications, digitalisation and technology.
  • Developing counter-fraud campaigns which engage with the wider workforce and promoting counter-fraud messages and practices to raise awareness of fraud, bribery and corruption in the NHS and to serve as a deterrent to those planning to take advantage of the NHS.

  • Straddling a barbed-wire fence:  Role of Inspector General in US Counter Fraud
  • The US fight against Public Sector Fraud

  • An overview of public sector fraud in Australia and related risks
  • Understanding governance arrangements related to the Commonwealth Fraud Control Framework
  • Discovering various fraud prevention initiatives: Active Pressure Testing, Identity Checking and Organisational Behavioural Assessments
  • Improving cross jurisdictional engagement and information sharing and building capabilities in agencies to deal with significant fraud

The Minister will deliver an opening keynote address.

Representatives from City of London Police, the Metropolitan Police and the National Crime Agency will discuss the current landscape and share their thoughts on effective strategies to tackle fraud and cyber crime.

  • Assessing the Economic Crime Reform and understanding what role law enforcement will play;
  • How have cyber security breaches evolved and driving the shift to a proactive defense strategy;
  • Analysing the impact of identity fraud and minimising organisational impact once these attacks occur;
  • Building partnerships across all government agencies and the private sector;
  • Preparing for the next wave of disruptive technology and sophisticated threats and understanding how these will affect cyber security;
  • Finding the right balance between prevention and detection versus crisis response capabilities;
  • Protecting vulnerable victims of cyber crime;
  • How can legislative and policy changes improve response to cyber threat?