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England and Wales has no single corpus of cybercrime law; instead, cybercrime is regulated by a patchwork of statutes and the common law.

In this webinar, cybercrime and digital fraud lawyer, Josie Welland, will talk through:

i) What is ‘cybercrime’?

ii) The legal framework

iii) Investigation techniques and considerations

iv) How lawyers and IT experts fit into the cybercrime space

v) Enforcement actions

About the speaker

Josie WellandJosie Welland

Josie Welland is a Senior Associate in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications team at the international law firm, CMS, specialising in cybercrime and digital fraud enforcement.

Josie helps clients investigate and enforce a wide variety of cybercrime, fraud and other digital threats to clients and their customers, including brand impersonation, phishing, tech support fraud, and business email compromise. She is particularly experienced in representing VLOP’s and other large tech companies in investigations, and criminal and civil-fraud litigation.

Outside of work, Josie is the Chair of the Female Fraud Forum. A non-profit organisation which aims to support and encourage the advancement of women working in the fraud sector.

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Webinar: Cybercrime Investigations & Enforcement: A Practitioners’ Perspective
Date and time
Thursday 21 March, 6:30pm - 7:40pm

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