Summers, who heads the Business Crime unit at Osborne Clarke, presented on cyber-attacks. His half hour long presentation provided an overview on how to deal with cyber- attacks from the perspective of companies who are the victims of such attacks and, in particular, how they can most effectively work with the authorities.
SOCEX2016 was a gathering of over 250 senior law enforcement officers and government officials. Key speakers included the Home Secretary Theresa May, Director General of the National Crime Agency Lynne Owens, Director of Europol Rob Wainwright, Alison Saunders, the Director of Public Prosecutions, and the event was chaired by Sir Jon Murphy, Chief Constable, Merseyside.
Summers was the only lawyer invited to address the event. He deals with all aspects of business crime and regulation including bribery and corruption offences, false accounting, fraud, health and safety issues, insider dealing, revenue issues and trading standards. He is listed as a leader in the field by both the independent legal directories Chambers and Legal 500.
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