Mandy Haeburn-Little joins panel discussion on UK Collaborative Cyber Security Policing Model

BRIM CEO, Mandy Haeburn-Little was a guest on the recent UK Collaborative Cyber Security Policing Model Panel Discussion on the Influential Visions podcast, co-hosted by Tyler Cohen Wood CISSP. Tyler served with the Defense Intelligence Agency as a Senior Intelligence Officer where she developed highly technical cyber solutions, and made recommendations significantly developing and changing critical cyber policies and directives affecting current and future intelligence community programs. She has helped the White House, DoD, federal law enforcement and the intel community thwart many cyber threats to the USA.

So you were the Chief Constable responsible for the introduction of cyber performance indicators within Policing.
Why was that an important step for the UK?

The panellists also included Andy Gould, Detective Superintendent at the UK National Cybercrime Programme; Phillip Donnelly from the NPCC Cyber Crime Program, and Peter Goodman, UK National Police Lead for Serious and Organised Crime at the National Police Chief’s Council, who recently retired at the end of June.

The panelists discussed issues such as the evolution of cybercrime in UK policing in the last few years, the ongoing and potential after effects of the COVID-19 crisis, and what role the national CRC network will play for Policing in the ongoing evolution of cybercrime.

You can listen to the whole recording on the Influential Visions website.

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