In this special 55-minute briefing, Dr. Maria Haberfield, Professor of Police Science, Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC, offers an extended discussion on her panel presentation Cybercrime or Cyberterrorism as offered at the recent 2nd International Policing Cybercrime Summit. She is joined by Co-Hosts, Valarie Findlay, Research Fellow, Police Foundation (US) and Kevin Wennekes, Chief Business Officer, CATAAlliance.
Viewers will be provided with insights into currently accepted definitions and specific examples of both cybercrime and cyberterrorism, including the tools being used and type of threats represented by today’s cyber threat actors. Dr. Haberfeld assess the vulnerabilities facing the United States – and by extension Canada – and offers details on global best practices such as the Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands and policy and research recommendations.
Contact email@example.com for password and an electronic copy of the formal presentation at https://vimeo.com/catanettv/haberfeldcyber. Available upon request for all CATA & CACP members or any officer of a recognized public safety agency. $195 fee applies to all others.
Watch as Eldon Amoroso, Special Adviser, Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), and planning chair for the 2018 ICT Workshop, explains the theme and provides an overview of the speakers and topics being explored at this year’s biennial event.
The CACP 2018 ICT Workshop takes place February 25-28, 2018, in Vancouver, B.C. This year’s theme is: A Roadmap: Critical to Your Future Success – Are You Ready? This seminal 2.5 day event features leading police experts from across the globe addressing mission critical technology-based issues including tactical needs such as Body Worn Cameras, Cybersecurity and Digital Evidence Management solutions, to addressing organizational challenges such as Change Management and Adopting Innovation, to future-looking issues such as Artificial Intelligence and Data Visualization.
For more information and to register, visit: https://cacp.ca/the-cacp-information-communication-technology-committee-workshop.html?mid=284
Watch as Daniel Steeves, CIO, Ottawa Police Service (OPS) provides a detailed briefing on the Service’s IT Modernization Roadmap, offering updates on its current status with a special focus on its cyber security implications.
In this 1-hour broadcast, viewers will be treated to an in-depth presentation of the OPS IT Modernization Roadmap followed by a Q&A session with those who participated in the live broadcast, where Mr. Steeves answers questions related to issues around the procurement process, matters related to the use of the cloud, and the adoption of national information management standards in policing.
Access to this exclusive content is free for CATA members and any sworn police or public safety authority officer. Non-member cost is $195. Contact Kevin Wennekes requesting the link by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch as Adam Belsher, CEO, Magnet Forensics, describes the “Digital Tsunami” confronting law enforcement agencies across the globe in their battle against cybercrime.
In this interview, Mr. Belsher, a member of the eCrime Cyber Council, describes how his experience working with law enforcement organizations varying in size from 5-member sworn forces to the largest intelligence agencies, both nationally and globally, has provided him with a solid understanding of the unique challenges facing police in their need to effectively manage the wave of digital evidence confronting them.
Mr. Belsher touches on many of the issues related to digital evidence management, including how to identify, process, analyze, and ultimately present in court. He identifies challenges in training, manpower, and forensic bottlenecks. Through his involvement on the ECC, Mr. Belsher hopes to be a crucial part of the Private-Public-Partnership models required to help advance the issues related to digital evidence in policing and continue to realize the benefits of on-going dialogue.
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