Newest Public Safety Expert Speaker Video Webcasts Available: 2016 CACP ICT Workshop Details and CIRA DNS Service Featured
February 18, 2016

Watch the most recent CATAAlliance Public Safety Expert Speakers series interviews featuring Senior Director Eldon Amoroso (Ret.), O.O.M., London Police Service & Coordinator, Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, Information and Communications Technology Committee, and Shawn Beaton, who leads Business Development at the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA).

2016 CACP ICT Workshop
Watch as CATAAlliance's Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes, interviews Eldon Amoroso (Ret.), regarding the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) Information and Communication Technology Workshop taking place February 21 - 24 in Vancouver, B.C.

This 10-minute interview explores the theme of the 2016 workshops: Information Management: A Critical Success Factor in the Economics of Community Safety. The conversation explores the uniquely engaging format of the Workshop, expected attendees, and details around topics being explored such as Information Management Implementation, the Canadian Community Safety Information Management Strategy (CCSIMS), and Mobility, Public Safety Broadband Network, and Big Data Analysis

View this 10-minute interview here:

Special feature: be sure to watch the CACP Take5 video on the CCSIMS immediately following the interview.

View other CACP Take5 and other video features here:

CIRA D-Zone Anycast DNS Service
Watch as Mr. Wennekes interviews Shawn Beaton, on CIRA's newly launched D-Zone Anycast DNS Service: a secondary DNS service that leverages a global anycast infrastructure, providing a 100 per cent uptime SLA for DNS resolution and fast DNS response times. D-Zone helps to protect Canadian organizations web presence from the impact of DNS Denial of Service Attacks (DDOS) improving both the availability and the speed of access to those organizations websites.

A "built by Canadians for Canadians" solution that is of interest to any organization seeking protection from DNS outages, which include denial of service attacks (DDoS), network outages, configuration errors, and power outages, and can ultimately cost a company hundreds to millions of dollars per hour when affected.

View this 11-minute video here:

New Cybercrime Experts Speaker Series Video-On-Demand channel featuring leading national and international authorities discussing challenges of addressing cybercrime in Canada and across the globe:

INCLUDES: one of the final, public presentations on the current and near-future impact of the social, cyber, and digital influences on policing provided by Peter Sloly before retiring as Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service.

Watch the entire collection of Public Safety Expert interviews on the CATAAlliance Cyber Security and Public Safety Channel:

CIRA is hosting a short workshop for IT security at the Canoe Brew Pub in Victoria BC, onFebruary 22nd from 2:30-4:30 pm. For any manager of a .CA domain name, or any domain name that has customers and users in Canada, this educational opportunity is organized into short technical sessions that focus on pragmatic solutions that can be implemented today. It will be followed by a .CA Networking Event that brings together peers on the Canadian Internet. While in attendance, you can sample some of the best hand-crafted brews on the island.

Register here: