An august panel of law enforcement technology experts are making themselves available to meet with providers of innovative technology-based products and services during the upcoming National Policing Cybercrime Summit.
Using a “Dragon’s Den/Shark Tank” approach, these 16 confirmed representatives (others pending) will be making themselves available to share in closed-door discussions with private sector companies. Using a focus-group like setting, these agents will be seeking to learn about the latest and greatest technologies and services, providing feedback on new or planned features, and helping guide future R&D directions.
“While these Executive Boardroom sessions are being held during our Cybercrime Summit, the experts we have selected to meet with the vendor community are users and procurers of a wide range of products and services,” explains CATAAlliance Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes. “As such, any technology-based vendor selling to the law enforcement community would stand to gain by presenting to this group, while also benefitting from the Summit’s official speakers who will be addressing topics ranging from the Ashley Madison hack, cyberbullying, national strategies and municipal deployment techniques.”
There are a very limited number of these Executive Boardroom sessions available. To obtain your private, 25-45 minute session today, contact Mr. Wennekes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With over two dozen Canadian and international cybercrime experts leading discussion for the National Policing Cybercrime Summit (NPCS), and over 100 law enforcement specialists anticipated to attend, this gathering represents the single-largest representation of cybercrime authorities of its kind in Canada and is projected to be a foundational event for sharing tools, best practices, and future collaboration for addressing the pervasive impacts of cybercrime in its various forms.
Leading up to the NCPS, CATAAlliance and its partner, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), are pleased to announce the launch of a series of live interviews with Summit speakers and other cybercrime experts who will be addressing their specific areas of expertise, and laying the groundwork for the discussions that will ultimately take place during the Summit.
See the latest interviews here: http://www.cata.ca/Media_and_Events/cybercrimesummit/video.html
Seats are now limited – register today!