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55thth Annual Annual

Australian Fraud Summit 2016

Fighting cyber and internal fraud in a technology dependent era 24 24thth –– 26 26thth May May 2016, 2016, The The Menzies Menzies Sydney Sydney Key Speakers: Iain Johnston, Head of Financial Crimes and Security, Prudential Corporation Asia (Hong Kong)

Pieter van der Merwe, Chief Information Security Officer, Woolworths Ltd

Rocky Scopelliti, Global Industry Executive - Banking, Finance & Insurance, Telstra

Tamsyn Harris, Head of Fraud Strategy – Financial Crimes Unit, ANZ

Ashutosh Kapse, Head – Information Security, Technology Risk & Audit, IOOF Holdings Ltd

Ben Doyle, Chief Information Security Officer – Asia Pacific, Thales Group

Dr Russell G Smith, Principal Criminologist, Australian Institute of Criminology

Dr Suresh Hungenahally, Former Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport & Resources, Vic

Este Darin-Cooper, Director of Regulation and Strategy, Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

Kevin Bates, Group Head of Risk and Insurance, Lend Lease

Arthur Katsogiannis APM, Detective Superintendent, Commander, Fraud and Cyber Crime Squad, NSW Police Force

Graeme Edwards, Detective Senior Constable, Cyber and Identity Crime Investigation Unit, Queensland Police Service

Tony Prior, President, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Sydney Chapter

Sushma Segal, Head of Internal Audit, QBE Australia & New Zealand Operations

Rhonda Murray, Director, Regulatory Operations Group, Comcare

Anna Bagley, Group General Manager, Risk and Legal, Programmed Maintenance Services Ltd

Blair McAuliffe, Chief Risk Officer, Metlife Insurance Ltd

Craig Alfano, Managing Director, Powerhouse Logistics

Ken Gamble, Executive Chairman, Internet Fraud Watchdog

Michael Callan, Assistant Secretary, Fraud Control, Department of Defence

Troy Kaizik, A/G Director, Passport Fraud Investigation Section, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Paul Gardner, Manager, Business Integrity & Insights, Assurance and Analytics, Australia Post

Dr Jacqueline M. Drew, Senior Lecturer, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University

Bettina McMahon, Head of Risk and Assurance, National E-Health Transition Authority

Ben Lester, Manager, Risk and Compliance, City of Wyndham

Victoria Richardson, General Manager Payments Direction, Australian Payments Clearing Association

Gary Penn, Senior Manager, Assurance and Risk, SA Water

Elizabeth Clear, Chief Financial Officer, Murray PHN

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5th Annual Australian Fraud Summit 2016 WELCOME FROM THE CHAIR Dear peers and colleagues, Fraud has an extensive economic and social cost. With online activity and transactions becoming the norm, cyber fraud cases have spiked and become increasingly complex. These crimes not only affect individuals, but often cost organisations millions of dollars. A recent KPMG report has indicated that the total value of fraud cases brought before Australian courts between April – September 2015 was $128.4 million, averaging $1.4 million per case. This is an alarming cost to Australian organisations. It is clearly vital that we all collectively stay attentive and adopt effective tools to address the full cycle of fraud prevention, detection and response. I look forward to learning more about these issues from our expert speakers attending this event. I hope to see you there! Best Regards,