RCMP experts offer insights into the challenges facing Canadian law enforcement agencies: Access the Podcast and White Paper today
December 17, 2015

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Members can now benefit from an in-depth discussion with RCMP experts on issues ranging from the threats of Going Dark, privacy versus public safety concerns, the growing sense there is a lack of consent to police the digital world, and the impact of the recent Supreme Court of Canada’s R. v. Spencer decision.


Please request your viewing password from CATA CEO, John Reid at jreid@cata.ca


Members can also obtain a comprehensive and timely 32-page white paper based on inaugural the National Policing Cybercrime Summit and follow up expert interviews. The Cybercrime Priorities and Needs Report identifies recurring security themes  and outlines seven key priority areas for advancing Canadian law enforcement’s capacity to combat cybercrime.
Backgrounder:


A 45-minute podcast featuring the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s Deputy Commissioner Peter Henschel, Specialized Policing Services, and Chief Superintendent Jeff Adam, Director General, National Technical Investigation Services, in a discussion regarding the recently released National Cybercrime Strategy and the challenges being faced by Canadian law enforcement agencies in investigating cybercrime and prosecuting offenders.


The recently released National Cybercrime Strategy is also discussed with a focus on areas including the development of a national cybercrime investigative team, the need for the need for greater collaboration among law enforcement agencies and private sector partners, means by which the RCMP assess available technology solutions, and the need for systemic culture change, especially with respect to how the RCMP (and law enforcement agencies more broadly) hire, integrate and train new recruits with specialized cybersecurity skills sets.


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