The Canadian Association of Police Governance announces its Official Sponsor status of the National Policing Cybercrime Summit (NPCS)
September 23, 2015

The Canadian Association of Police Governance is pleased to announce its Official Sponsor status of the National Policing Cybercrime Summit (NPCS), resulting in a special registration rate for CAPG members.

The NPCS, being hosted in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) and the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance, is described as the Premier Gathering of Canada’s Cybercrime Law Enforcement Experts and takes place October 19 & 20 in Toronto. The agenda features over two dozen Canadian and international cybercrime defenders and investigators speaking on topics that include cyberbullying, the Ashely Madison Hack, national training and monitoring facilities, to building a municipal cybercrime response team.

“With the prevalence of cybercrime in society today, and the vast dedication of policing resources and financing being directed to counter these challenges, it is critical that our civilian governors attempt to gain a better understanding of the scale and scope of response being required of the police services they oversee,” says Jennifer Malloy, Executive Director of the CAPG. “I encourage our members to join me at this important Summit and return to their municipalities armed with clearer insights, and best practices and resources to draw upon in addressing these critical challenges locally.”

As official sponsors of this summit, CAPG members can now take exclusive advantage of a registration rate matching that of CACP members, resulting in hundreds of dollars of savings over that of other audience members. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Register today to ensure your spot: