Ask the experts
Find out about the latest fraud advice and information events.
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, we are very limited in our scope to run in-person events but we are doing what we can to move these sessions online and ensure you don’t miss out on the most up-to-date fraud and safety advice.
If you would like to enquire about hosting your own virtual event with a speaker from North Yorkshire Police, please email: email@example.com
Details of our upcoming events and presentations from our previous few virtual events can be found below:
Tuesday 9 February 2021 @ 7 – 9pm – Ask the experts: how to keep safe online
Tuesday 9 February 2021 is national ‘Safer Internet Day’. With more people working from home and children now having their school lessons online, the need to use the internet more safely and securely has never been greater. Join us for an evening of the latest information, tips and tricks to keep you and your family safe online. We’ll have guests from our Cyber Crime Unit, Online Abuse & Safeguarding Unit and Richard De Vere from the Anti-Social Engineer – a company which helps organisations protect themselves against online attacks.
As usual there will be the opportunity to ask questions of our panel of experts.
This event will be conducted using Microsoft Teams and once you have registered for the event – link below – you will be sent a link to join us on 9 February. You do not need to have Microsoft Teams installed on your computer to participate, just a good internet connection.
25 November 2020: Online shopping safety – click the links below to view presentations from the evening.
- Andy Fox, North Yorkshire Police
- Deborah Holmes, North Yorkshire Trading Standards
- Richard De Vere, cyber volunteer and Director of The Antisocial Engineer