20.02.2020, 10:00 - 16:00 h
Simultaneous translation German - English
The world has lost 50% biodiversity in the last 40 years and the major factor is illegal extraction (poaching, illegal logging and fishing) and trafficking.
Many endangered species face imminent extinction, marine environments and fish stocks are collapsing and natural habitats are being lost forever due to illegal logging. In addition to accelerating the loss to biodiversity, wildlife crime de-stabilises societies, affects local communities (eg: killing of rangers, and poachers, which can leave families destitute), increases global health risks (spreading of disease through consumption and transport), and fuels corruption as well as other types of auxiliary crimes such money laundering and fraud, often by using ressources of Organized Crime.
|09:30||Registration and Welcome|
|10:00||1st Key note speech||John Scanlon, Special Envoy African Parks (former Secretary General of CITES)|
|10:30||2nd Key note speech||Steffi Lemke, MP, Green Party in Germany|
|10:50||Panel: What is currently done to fight wildlife crime and what is needed?||Moderation: Michael Weatherseed, Panelists:|
> Tim Steele, Senior Advisor, UNODC
> Duncan Copeland, Executive Director, Trygg Mat Tracking
> Dirk Kunze, Head of Department Investigation Commissions, Central Internet Research at the Cybercrime Competence Center; State Office of Criminal Investigations, North Rhine-Westphalia
|11:30||Panel: What projects strengthen the fight against wildlife crime?||Moderation: Will Travers; Born Free Foundation, Panelists:|
> Christopher Parker, Trustee and Head of The Wildlife Conservation and Trade Program; Oak Foundation and
> Tania McCrea-Steele, International Project Manager and Wildlife Cybercrime Specialist, IFAW
|12:00||A snap shot from the field (extinction rebellion): "Using technology to fight rhino poaching in SA"||Stuart Clarke, Chief Technology Officer & Global Head of Security & Intelligence; Nuix|
|13:45||Solutions emphasizing that in a digital world we need to use technology to address crime|
The founding members of NEMO (New Evidence and Methods of Detection for Multinational Organized Crime)
Moderation: Rainer Rehm, Board Member (ISC)2 Germany and Founder of the Information Security Academy IS@R2 in Munich
|> Earth Observation Support to Fight Illegal Unregulated and Uncontrolled (IUU) Fishing||Alexander Kaptein; Airbus|
|> Introduction to Nemo: The example of Illegal Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishery||Dr. Stefanie Frey, Managing Director, Deutor Cyber Security|
|> Detection of illegal activities by means of maritime surveillance||Dr. Elisabeth Peinsipp-Byma, Head of Department Interactive Analysis and Diagnostics, Fraunhofer-Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung IOSB|
|> Cyber-crime meets organized crime||Dominik Kampann, EMEA Leader for Law Enforcement and Intelligence Services, Bureau van Djik|
|> Visualization of Big Data using the rhino trade as an example (this ties with morning presentation)||Stuart Clarke, Chief Technology Officer & Global Head of Security & Intelligence, Nuix|
|> The use of NEMO for the analysis of big data for evidence acquisition for law enforcement||Jürgen Fauth, Deputy Head, Cyber Crime and Digital Traces, Federal State Police Baden-Württemberg|
|15:15||“Crime goes Digital” – an insight into the criminal digitalized world with suggestions how it can be addressed||Michael Bartsch, Managing Director, Deutor Cyber Security|
|15:45||Closing remarks: What is needed to be more effective and how do we get there?||Andrea Frey, Managing Director, AJF Consulting|
NEMO: New Evidence and Methods of Detection for Multinational Organized Crime – fighting transnational organized crime through the analysis of digital traces.
NEMO was launched by Airbus, Deutor, Nuix, Bureau van Dijk and Frauenhofer Institute.
> Airbus is an international reference in the aerospace sector. It manufactures and delivers commercial aircrafts, helicopters, military transports, satellites and launch vehicles in a digital and strongly connected world.
> Deutor assists companies and authorities in identifying the critical business structures, processes and systems, their vulnerabilities to cyber attacks and defines suitable security measures.
> Nuix creates software that empowers organizations to simply and quickly find the truth from any data in a digital world.
> Bureau van Dijk, is a world leader in data analysis. With information on more than 310 million companies in all countries worldwide it is the resource for private company data.
> The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is the leading organization for applied research in Europe. Its research activities are conducted by 72 institutes and research units at locations throughout Germany