|Date:||Wednesday 28th June 2017|
|Time:||17:30 Registration and drinks|
|Venue:||Stephenson Harwood LLP. 1 Finsbury Circus, London, EC2M 7SH.|
|Cost:||Free - Sign up via the RSVP Link.|
International cybercrimes challenge the effectiveness of domestic and international law as well as law enforcement. In this interactive and informative seminar, we will present on the different international and practical issues that arise in prosecuting Misuse of Computer Act offences.
Topics will include:
- stressors and online criminal services – the NCA response;
- a case study on stressors used to bring down websites; and
- jurisdiction issues in obtaining evidence from abroad.
The Cybercrime Practitioners Association together with Stephenson Harwood looks forward to welcoming you.
Sarah Wood of 5 St Andrew's Hill will be speaking at the event. Sarah is Joint Head of the Regulation and Business Crime Practice Group at 5 St Andrew’s Hill.Sarah is an experienced and highly accomplished practitioner who specialises in criminal and family matters involving high-value assets and complex financial arrangements