Lilley provides an eye-opening account of the various risks posed by the digital age, and what can be done to secure both individual and corporate information and privacy. Risks such as: organized digital crime; cyber laundering; fraudulent Internet Web sites; hacking and cracking; viruses; Web site defacement; unauthorized disclosure of confidential information; the fraudulent aspects of electronic cash; identity theft; hardcore and child pornography; information warfare; denial of service attacks where systems are inaccessible to legitimate users; invasion of digital privacy; and government digital monitoring such as Echelon
Peter Lilley has been involved in the prevention, detection and investigation of global business crime and money laundering for 20 years in a variety of senior roles. He has led a large number of successful projects all over the world and now advises a wide range of organisations on how to fight these growing problems through his firm, Proximal Consulting. He is a fellow of the UK Chartered Institute of Banking, a Certified Fraud Examiner and a member of the Institute of Professional Investigators.
Peter Lilley is also the author of Dirty Dealing and Hacked, Attacked and Abused (both published by Kogan Page) and numerous other published articles. Much sought after on the international speaking circuit, he also makes frequent expert contributions to print and broadcast news media such as the BBC and CNN. Proximal Consulting has offices in both the UK and Switzerland and its Web site (www.proximalconsulting.com) gives details of its activities and services and discusses current issues on business crime. Peter can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org