Organised by BCS Cybercrime Forensic SG, jointly with the BCS e-learning SG and Hampshire branch.

Speaker

Stuart Richards

Agenda

17:30 - Presentations, following the BCS Cybercrime Forensic SG AGM
20:00 - estimated end

Synopsis

How do we equip the Cybercrime professional of Tomorrow during the current COVID crisis? Can remote delivery / tutorial be an effective method of imparting the skills required for a Cyber Investigator. We look at the current methods and feedback form students to assess the effectiveness of blended delivery in this complex field of study. What are the technical / psychological barriers to effective learning?

About the speaker

Stuart Richards has a background in electronics with 18 years providing electronic and physical security/protection for high value commercial, politically sensitive and military sites.

Stuart spent 10 years with Gwent/ South Wales Police as a digital forensic examiner, where he established the Mobile device capability for Gwent and advised other forces on initial set up of labs. He developed and provided training for officers in correct procedure re mobile device / CCTV seizure.

Since 2016, Stuart is the Academic Course Leader in Computer and Cyber Forensics at the University of Gloucestershire

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

This event is brought to you by: BCS Cybercrime Forensics SG, e-Learning SG and Hampshire branch

Webinar: How do we equip the Cybercrime professional of Tomorrow?
Date and time
25 January, 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Location


Webinar
Price
Free