His ability to defeat hi-tech security with low-tech methods, has made James a sought-after corporate speaker on the subjects of crime prevention, social engineering and persuasion. His presentations deliver much more than improved fraud resilience however, highlighting how to spot opportunities, build confidence, think big and reduce risk.

James has advised the Metropolitan Police and been appointed by the City of London Police as the UK’s first Fraud Prevention Ambassador. In this role James works with the police to raise awareness of modern stealth and cyber crime across the UK.

James currently offers three corporate presentations

The ‘Man of Steal’ Show

Now direct from London’s West End, private performances of this ground-breaking show are available to organisations looking for something new and exciting for conferences and training days.

“The Man of Steal show was a key element of our Financial Crime Summit in May 2018. A thought provoking and highly entertaining performance, demonstrating both traditional and modern theft techniques in a way that kept the audience riveted throughout.”
The Royal Bank of Scotland

How to Commit Fraud

An entertaining exposé of hustles, scams and crime. Revealing exactly how he hacked three national newspaper journalists in different ways, James shares his secrets so you can stay safe from pickpockets, conmen and online fraud.

“James left the audience gasping at the ease with which he can get hold of our personal data.  He did this in an informative, entertaining way which had us all gobsmacked and applauding in equal measure. Highly recommended.”
PCMS Group plc

Fraud LIVE

Engaging demonstrations of stealth crime, scams, phone hacking, card fraud social engineering and targeted identity theft, all presented in real-time by the UK Fraud Prevention Ambassador. What have you got to lose?

“We have used James for our events in London, Munich and New York. Our senior management team have all been captivated by his presentations and we have no hesitation in recommending him.”
ADVA Optical Networking