Dear GSFL Members,
In an effort to strengthen the bond between all members, I am starting a GSFL Regulars’ Table. Once
a month, we can all meet virtually in a relaxed atmosphere to get to know each other and chat a bit.
To be fair to all our members across the world, I will try to serve all relevant time zones and alternate
in the scheduling. Also, the contents or activities for each Regular’s Table will vary. The details for
each meeting will be announced via our different member channels.
The first GSFL Regulars’ Table will take place on Thursday, 15 April 2021 at 19:00 CEST (Central
European Time). You are all invited. Our first meeting will involve a “speed friending” exercise to give
us a chance to get to know one another better by talking about relaxed topics of interest in a
changing set of small groups. With every new group, a new discussion question will be introduced.
To take part in our Regular’s Table, please write a short message to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. In your message, please be sure to include your time zone.
All registrants will be sent the all necessary log in information before our first meeting. All GSFL
members are eligible to take part.
Do you have great ideas for activities for the Regular’s Table? Do you have technical or organisational
questions about the Regulars’ Table you would like to ask? Would you like to have a chat about
options for virtual meetings? Just send me an email to the above address.
I’d be more than happy to help you!
Hope to see you soon!
your GSFL Virtual Conference Coordinator
About this Event
Stuart Clarke – Regional Director & Cyber CTO at Nuix
17:30 – Webinar starts
19:00 – Close
Wildlife Cybercrime Investigations
The illegal wildlife trade is one of the largest forms of transnational organized crime, earning tens of billions of dollars per year. Fraud, money-laundering, violence, trafficking, and corruption often come hand-in-hand with wildlife crime. The challenges for law enforcement agencies are like those investigators face every day—although often in more exotic locations.
Many criminal networks use mobile devices, social media platforms, the dark web, e-commerce, and instant messaging to coordinate their activities, find buyers, and sell their illicit product. Investigators must take a multifaceted approach that bridges real-world and digital activity, exposing hidden connections across people, objects, locations, and events. This session will explore digital forensic techniques that enable all kinds of investigators to understand criminal networks and reveal insights that help disrupt future illegal activities.
In the session you will learn:
● The key drivers behind one of the largest organized global crimes
● How Nuix can connect POLE objects across intelligence, mobile & IoT devices and social media to reveal hidden connections
● Techniques for developing intelligence to disrupt all forms of organized crime.
Stuart is an internationally respected information security expert who is responsible for the overall security and intelligence strategy and delivery at Nuix.
During his time at the company, Stuart has advised the United Nations’ peak cybersecurity body ITU and provided cybersecurity training for over 60 computer emergency response teams. He led the development of Nuix Investigation & Response, an innovative investigative tool used to delve into the causes and scope of data breaches. He also currently leads the development of Nuix Insight Analytics & Intelligence, a powerful security intelligence platform.
Stuart has a deep understanding of the Nuix technology and capabilities. Prior to joining Nuix, he used Nuix offerings extensively in breach response. He brings that understanding together with a vision for the cybersecurity needs of Nuix’s current and prospective clients.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree with honours in Computer Forensics and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. He has developed and delivered training for a Master of Science program in Computer Security and Forensics, has contributed to a book covering evidence preservation as well as published several industry-recognized white papers.
Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.
For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.
THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
Cybercrime Forensics specialist group
TYPE OF CALL: Conference Call
CONFERENCE DATES: 29 May 2021
LOCATION: De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
LINGUISTIC FIELD(S): Applied Linguistics, Forensic Linguistics
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 March 2021
SUBMISSION ADDRESS: email@example.com
CONTACT PERSON: Tina Billington-Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org
We invite submissions for papers from postgraduate students on all areas of terrorism and political violence research. Submissions should include a paper title and abstract (max. 500 words), full name(s) and current position by 31stMarch 2021.
Please submit proposals electronically to Tina Billington-Hughes. Papers are invited for themes including but not exclusive to: Conceptual Debates in Terrorism Research, Psychology of Terrorism, Terrorism and Organized Crime, Lone Actor Terrorism, Terrorist Learning, Cyber Terrorism, Terrorism and Prisons, Counter-Terrorism Legislation, Emerging Threats, State Responses to Terrorism, Terrorism and Warfare, Terrorism and Identity, Children and Terrorism, Gender and Terrorism, Dealing with Political Violence, The Legacy of Political Violence.
If you wish to organise a conference panel, please email the conference organisers regarding the theme and panellists’ names. All panellists should submit individual abstracts before the deadline. Student Paper Contest. The organising committee wishes to promote the work of graduate students (MA/MSc/PhD) in the area of terrorism research. All paper presentations submitted by graduate students will therefore be eligible for the award of Best Student Paper. The winner will have the written paper published in the peer-reviewed journal Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression. A committee comprising of the STR Governing Board members, editors of the journal, and selected specialists will make the award decision. The author(s) must initially submit an abstract by the general submission date of 31st March 2021.
All proposals should include (where applicable): Author/Presenter, Name(s), Title(s), Affiliation, Email Address(es), Abstract and Title (Abstract Limit –500 words), Biographical information (max 150 words), Biographical information and the abstract provided will be published in the conference programme and may be published as part of conference proceedings in the STR’s journal Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression unless requested otherwise.
Cost: The cost of the conference will be £35, which will give postgraduates one year’s membership in the Society for Terrorism Research for 2021.