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Cyber Crime in Hong Kong - Cantonese

Speaker: Ms Jeannie Tsang, CSTCB, Hong Kong Police Force
Venue: Rm 5501, 55/F, IFC II, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong
Date & Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm, 27 Febuary 2018 (Tue)
CPD: 1

The Hong Kong Police Force is committed to combating technology crime. The Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau (CSTCB) is responsible for handling cyber security issues and carrying out technology crime investigations, computer forensic examinations and prevention of technology crime.  CSTCB will also establish close liaison with local and overseas law enforcement agencies for combating cross-border technology crime and experience exchange.

TMA is delighted to have invited Ms. Jeannie TSANG, Senior Inspector, Cyber Security Division, Cyber Security & Technology Crime Bureau (CSTCB), Hong Kong Police Force, to share with members the cyber crime in Hong Kong with synopsis as follows:


1.     Brief introduction of Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau

2.     Technology Crime Trend in Hong Kong

3.     Situation facing by Banking and Finance sector

  • Phishing
  • Email Scam
  • Ransomware


Ms. Jeannie TSANG is a Senior Inspector working in the Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau (CSTCB) of the Hong Kong Police Force. She has previously attached to Cyber Intelligence Team and Operation Team of the CSTCB.


Jeannie is now taking in charge of Collaboration Team under the Cyber Security Division of the CSTCB and is responsible for establishing and maintaining close collaboration with critical infrastructure sectors and to promote cyber security awareness.

 

TMA Individual Members are entitled to receive 1 CPD (TMA) credit upon completion of the seminar. TMA is a recognized institution for providing continuing professional development (CPD) of the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC). The CPD hours can be used to meet CPD requirements of the SFC.  TMA Office will update your CPD record with the TMA (i.e. your CPD record as a TMA Individual Member) after the seminar is held.

 


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