First Major Agenda Update – National Policing Cybercrime Summit
July 30, 2015

The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) and partner the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) are pleased to announce the first major update to the agenda of speakers for the National Policing Cybercrime Summit (NCPS).

Taking place in Toronto on October 19 & 20, the NCPS will 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.

Featuring some of the senior-most global and Canadian authorities leading the battle against cybercrime, this two-day summit will prove to be a must-attend event for those involved in the investigation/prosecution/study of, or supply of products or services combatting, cybercrime.

Our Keynote Speakers

Opening Keynote: Matthew Torigian, Deputy Minister of Community Safety, Government of Ontario
Day 2 Opening Keynote: Andrew Archibald, Head of UK CyberCrime for the National Crime Agency
Closing Keynote: Peter Henschel, Deputy Commissioner, Specialized Policing Services, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Noted Speakers and Panelists:

Chris Stangle, Unit Chief, CyberCrime Section for the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Cory Dayley, Sergeant, Cybercrime Support Team, Calgary Police Service
David J. Roberts, Senior Program Manager, International Association of Chiefs of Police
Erik Griffin, Forensic Audio/Video Analyst, Durham Regional Police Service
Fraser Phillips, Forensic Cellular Phone Analyst, Durham Regional Police Service
Jeff Adam, Chief Superintendent, Director General, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, National Technical Investigation Services
Dr. Mourad Debbabi and National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance
Michael Haring, S/Sgt., Royal Canadian Mounted Police, National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance
Michael Russell, Detective Constable, Forensic Computer Analyst, Durham Regional Police Service Peter Sloly, Deputy Chief, Toronto Police Service
Roger Merrick, Director, Public Safety Investigations, Public Safety & Security Division, Department of Justice - Nova Scotia
Ryan Jepson, Staff Sergeant, Electronic Surveillance Unit, Calgary Police Service

And more to soon come, including confirmation of speakers from organizations including; Public Safety Canada, Dutch National Police and the National Cyber Security Centrum (Netherlands); the CACP Executive Global Studies Program, and the Joint Operational Resilience Management (JORM) program to name only a few.

Register today - early bird rates end August 31.

Related Videos

A dedicated series of videos featuring Summit speakers, sponsors and guests is underway. Watch these recent videos and regularly visit the Summit online portal for updated content.