Register Today for National Policing Cybercrime Summit: Join Live Video Interview with Summit Partners
June 15, 2015

Summit partners, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) and the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance, are pleased to announce the launch of Canada's inaugural National Policing Cybercrime Summit (NPCS) as a timely and mission critical response to help address the ever-changing nature and pace of cyber policing in Canada.

The NPCS is taking place October 19-20, 2015, in Toronto, and is anticipated to attract between 250-300 cyber policing experts representing law enforcement, industry, government, academic and NGO organizations.

The Summit's objective is to add tangible value to the fight against cybercrime by bringing police, industry, government and academic leaders together to exchange information on current cybercrime trends, offer demonstrations of forensic tools, share case studies, and receive updates from experts working in the field, towards the ends of identifying opportunities for a collaborative Canadian response.

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To learn more about the NPCS including confirmed speakers, sponsorship opportunities, and to register, visit:

Early Bird rates end August 31 - register now!

Join Live Broadcast with Summit Partners
On Thursday, June 18 at 2 PM EST, join CATAAlliance's Chief Business Officer Kevin Wennekes as he speaks with CACP representatives Eldon Amoroso, Technical Advisor and recent- past ICT Committee Chair, and Christine Robson, IT Manager, Durham Regional Police, regarding the Summit including updates on confirmed speakers and an insider's view on the unique offerings provided through the Executive Boardroom experience.

To view this broadcast live, tune in at the appropriate time using the following link:

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