While the speed and complexity of growing technological cybercrime threats drive the need for greater private – public collaboration, EPIC provides a timely, trusted environment to explore partnerships between law enforcement, academe, policy makers and innovators.
Converging capabilities of 5G, IOT, Smart Cities, BioMetrics, Autonomous Vehicles and Crypto Currency provide a perfect storm for cyber and e-crime criminals. The EPIC2019 program and speakers offer insights to prepare for what’s ahead, while exploring tools, tips and methods to address today’s complex cybercrime and law enforcement challenges.
Private sector thought leaders, law enforcement innovators and investigators tackle emerging cybercrime challenges with leading academe, government and policy makers.
Leaders explore solutions to evolving crime and cyber threats with trending technology developments and discuss collaborative solutions to get ahead of the next wave of Cybercrime.
Innovation Hub options, talent acquisition and procurement challenges are explored. Law enforcement leaders, while relying upon the brightest talent and private sector solutions, face procurement and hiring challenges. The moderator leads a discussion on current solution tips while focussing on areas where policy and approaches can change.
Chris Lynam, Director General NC3 discusses the key role partnerships will play at Canada’s new NC3. Chris outlines the NC3 approach and the key role law enforcement, private sector and non-government partners will play in this important endeavour addressing cybercrime.
Developing a product, let alone a technology product is a daunting challenge. From market fit, go-to-market, and beyond, the process of building and scaling a solution that addresses challenges for Canadians by Canadians is fraught with incredible difficulty. Joe Cummins, CEO CybernetIQ focuses on solving some of the major difficulties and challenges that entrepreneurs face in the Canadian ecosystem and how the security and intelligence communities can leverage existing technologies, and support the companies that are building them from the ground up.
Take-Aways: Navigating the startup and innovation procurement strategy; finding a lead department, agency, or organization; crafting a pricing model that works for customers are all topics that this keynote will touch on. Learn about a grassroots approach to build, measure, and learn what the “voice of the customer” is looking for, the best method to solve the procurement problems that plague Public sector sales cycles, and how best to short-circuit the product/market fit for the Law Enforcement, Defence, and Intel communities.
Detective/Constable Shannon Parker, Co-chair CACP/CATA E-Crime Cyber Council and Digital Forensics expert at the Saskatoon Police Technological Crimes Unit, recently shared her expertise at the 2019 Europol-Interpol Cybercrime Conference in The Hague. Shannon brings global cybercrime insights to EPIC Calgary, sharing front line, investigative strategies.
Keynote by C/Supt. Jeff Adam, Assistant Commissioner, Technical Investigation Services, RCMP
Award winning E/CyberCrime investigators share their craft from the cyber beat.
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.
Leading cyber investigators share stories, tools, tips and hacks to crack the toughest e-crime and cybercrime cases while efficiently managing digital evidence.
Our panelists explore where to draw the line, delving into a complex argument, and aiming to engage the audience in challenging their own position. Undoubtedly a critical and timely policy discussion for Canada.
Fireside Chat with the CATA/CACP e-Crimes Cyber Council exploring international and Canadian trends and challenges in cybercrime and law enforcement.
CATAAlliance Public Safety Board Chair, Steve Palmer leads a panel on access to talent and procurement challenges. Public Service and Procurement Canada, private sector innovators, and academia provide perspective on barriers, success and propose new models to support a rapidly changing digital world under new threats.
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.
5 minute fast and furious cybercrime and secure evidence data /secure data management demos from ethical hackers and innovators.
The Shark Tank of Digital Forensics, E-Crime and Public Safety IT
25 & 55 minute sessions balance presentation with open dialogue; optimal for product demos, use case testing, product-market fit focus groups, advocacy and awareness. Written post Den feedback surveys provide immediate success indicators and opportunity for targeted follow up.
Learn more – https://cata.ca/epic2019/innovation-den-guide/
Excellence in Prevention and Investigation of Cybercrime
November 5 – 6, 2019