#EPIC2019

EXCELLENCE IN PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATION OF CYBERCRIME
SUMMIT

November 5 – 6 2019   Calgary – Alberta

EPIC Award – deadline Sept 30

nominate now!

EPIC 2019
EXCELLENCE IN PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATION OF CYBERCRIME SUMMIT

November 5 – 6 2019
Calgary – Alberta

EPIC Award –

deadline Sept. 30

Nominate Now

Anticipating Collaborative E-Crime Cyber Responses

The fourth annual Excellence in the Prevention and Investigation of Cybercrimes Summit builds networks between law enforcement and private industry to share knowledge, tools and expertise. The Summit brings together leading international E-crime investigators with Canadian technology thought leaders, innovators, academia, government and ethical hackers. Together they share cybercrime trends and case studies, demonstrate forensic tools, and receive expert updates from the field to anticipate collaborative E-Crime Cyber responses.

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) and the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) joint advisory body, the eCrime Cyber Council, organize the Excellence in the Prevention and Investigation of Cybercrimes Summit and Awards.

The number of Cybercrime and Cyber Security incidents nationally and internationally continues to rise, with the personal and financial costs to all victims being unparalleled.  Given the global and interconnected nature of these types of incidents it is more important than ever for experts from a variety of communities: law enforcement, judicial process, business, financial and academia, to continue to gather and collaborate.

These partnerships allow us to share knowledge, strategies, intelligence, and to identify trends.  The real value is EPIC Summit attendees returning to their agencies and organizations and paying that knowledge forward, and creating effective Cyber Awareness, Cyber Prevention and Cyber Response Plans.  This direct impact on those communities and the victims of these Cyber incidents is invaluable.

This year’s summit has an excellent collection of speakers, and training sessions that cover a wide variety of Cyber Topics.  It would be a benefit for all that attend and participate.

Det. /Cst., Shannon Parker

Technological Crimes Unit, Saskatoon Police Service

EPIC 2019
Excellence in Prevention and Investigation of Cybercrime
Summit

November 5 - 6, 2019

Calgary AB