Day 1 – Nov 5 Imperial 1,2
Day 1 – Nov 5
07:30 – 08:45
08:45 – 08:55
Master of Ceremonies:
DAVID PERRY, Board Director, Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance)
08:55 – 09:10
JOE BRAR, Acting Superintendent of the Criminal Operations Technical Support Division, Calgary Police Service
09:10 – 09:30
Assistant Commissioner,Technical Operations, Jeff Adam, O.O.M, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Cybercrime does not fit into the traditional policing paradigm. Assistant Commissioner Adam will speak of the newer approaches to combat cybercrime growing across the globe, with emphasis on partnerships spanning communities and societies.
Detective/Constable Shannon Parker, Co-chair CACP/CATA E-Crime Cyber Council and Digital Forensics expert at the Saskatoon Police Technological Crimes Unit
Detective/Constable Shannon Parker presents her 8 Pillar Cyber Strategy, as recently shared at the 2019 Europol-Interpol Cybercrime Conference in The Hague. Lessons from global front lines and cyber investigative approaches offer insights for cross sector cyber defenders and investigators.
09:50 – 10:25
Moderator: Brian Walker, Public Sector Lead, Box
Panelist: Chris Tonjes, CIO, Office of the Attorney General, District of Columbia
The movie Minority Report painted a picture of a futuristic Washington D.C. with crime-fighting largely dependent on psychic technology to predict who is about to break the law. As we all know, there is no psychic software at work in D.C., as thrilling (and problematic) as that sounds. But there is a team of individuals working to advance criminal justice powered by cutting-edge technology in the cloud. Tonjes is leading the digital revolution at the OAG, from the basics of collaborating on files in the cloud to the cutting edge of AI, helping to optimize the delivery of justice in one of the highest-profile civic governments in the US.
10:25 – 10:55
10:55 – 11:40
Danny Timmins, National Cyber Security Leader, MNP LLP
Panel experts predict how emerging technologies 5G, IOT, Smart Cities, BioMetrics, Autonomous Vehicles and Crypto Currency, while intended for good, are converging in a perfect storm of escalated criminal opportunity. Panelists share preparation game plans to get ahead of the threats.
11:40 – 12:10
Shannon Parker, ECC Co-chair and Detective, Saskatoon Police Force and Dr. Kevin O’Brien, Senior Principal, Security & Intelligence – Accenture Canada share the CATA/CACP ECC report on international and Canadian trends and challenges in cybercrime and law enforcement.
12:10 – 12:25
NEIL DESAI, Vice President, Magnet Forensics
Magnet Forensics develops digital forensic tools used by over 5000 police, national security and other public and private agencies with investigative authorities in 94 countries. Neil Desai, Vice-President of Magnet
Forensics outlines the impact of digital forensic evidence backlogs and reviews strategies employed by
agencies of all sizes, ensuring all calls for service and investigations with associated digital evidence can be addressed in a timely fashion.
12:25 – 12:35
KATHY MACDONALD, Member of the Order of Merit, Police Forces (M.O.M.), Global Cyber Security
12:35 – 13:30
13:45 – 14:20
CHRIS KAYSER, President, Founder & CEO, Cybercrime Analytics Inc.
Victims of cybercrime come from all demographics, from children experiencing cyberbullying, elderly people losing their identities and life savings, to corporate executives losing their jobs following a ransomware attack where shareholders lose value or their company collapses, or hospital administrators learning their patient’s private medical data has been breached. The panel discusses behaviour and motivators of cyber victims and criminals.
Victims of cybercrime come from all demographics, from children experiencing cyberbullying, elderly people losing their identities and life savings, to corporate executives losing their jobs following a ransomware attack where shareholders lose value or their company collapses, or hospital administrators learning their patient’s private medical data has been breached. Our panelists share their life experiences and insights around cyber victims.
14:20 – 15:15
CHIEF SCOTT TOD, North Bay Police Service
JULIE CLEGG, Founder & CEO, Human-i Intelligence Services
NEIL DESAI, Vice-President, Magnet Forensics
CST. SHANE CROSS, Cyber Intelligence Officer, Real Time Operations Centre, Calgary Police Service
STAFF SERGEANT CORY DAYLEY, Founder and original Team Sergeant, CPS Cybercrime Team
PAUL LORENTZ, Senior Solutions Engineer, Cellebrite
Law enforcement and private sector cyber investigators explore story, tools, tips and the latest hacks cracking the toughest e-crime and cyber cases and managing the resulting data.
15:15 – 15:45
Open conversation with an EPIC audience led by MC, DAVID PERRY
18:15 – 20:15
16:00 – 19:00
Awards MC – SUZANNE GRANT, CEO, CATAAlliance
INVESTIGATION AWARD Presented by Accenture, ARNOLD, VAN DEN HOEVEN, Canada Public Safety, INNOVATION AWARD Presented by DAVID PERRY, Board Director, CATAAlliance
Excellence in Prevention and Investigation of Cybercrime
November 5 – 6, 2019