Internet Intelligence - Finding, managing and using information more effectively

Date/Time:
Monday 27 February 2012, 6.00pm - 7.00pm

Venue:
Maria Richie Room, Arts Centre, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 4SW

Cost:
Free

Speaker:
Arni Stinnissen

Synopsis:

The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to this event, with kind support from the Comsure Group.

The introduction of new legislation and regulatory updates, mean that over-stretched teams in compliance, anti-money laundering, financial crime, fraud and investigations departments often feel they are swimming against the tide.

You might think that you and your team are getting as much information from your Internet searches as there is. In fact, most users don't know what they don't know about online research.

While general Internet research may appear simple, the World Wide Web can be very difficult to navigate when searching for timely, accurate and actionable intelligence.

Most online researchers are unaware of how complex the Internet is, how much information they are missing and the risks they may be taking that could compromise their safety, integrity or privacy.

Speaker bio:

Arni Stinnissen is a retired Detective Staff Sergeant after a 29-year career with the Ontario Provincial Police, as Manager of the OPP’s Electronic Crime Section.

In addition to his role as co-founder and inaugural member of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Electronic Crime Committee, Arni was a member of the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group on Cybercrime.

Arni also served as a member of the Ontario Attorney-General's task force on Child Exploitation.

Arni remains busy on the teaching circuit and now delivers ongoing training for Toddington International Inc at the Canadian Police College, the Ontario Police College, the West Yorkshire Police Training and Development Centre and other institutions around the world.