PROGRAM DAY 2

Nov. 6, 2019 | Calgary AB
Innovation & Investigation Track

Day 2 – Nov 6 Imperial 1,2

Innovation & Investigation Track

Day 2 – Nov 6
Imperial 1,2

07:30 –
08:45  

07:30 – 08:45  

Registration & coffee

08:45 –
09:00  

08:45 – 09:00  

Opening Remarks & Day 1 Summary

Master of Ceremonies:
DAVID PERRY, Board Director, Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance)

09:00 –
09:25  

09:00 – 09:25  

Keynote Address
Partnerships in addressing Cybercrime: the role of partners in implementing The National Cybercrime Coordination Unit (NC3)

CHRIS LYNAM, Director General, The National Cybercrime Coordination Unit, NC3

Chris Lynam will outline the approach to implementing the NC3 and the key role law enforcement, private sector and non-government partners will play in this important endeavour to address cybercrime.

09:25 –
09:50  

09:25 – 09:50  

Keynote Address
A VIEW FROM THE FRONT: Building Technologies in the Canadian Cyber Landscape

Joe Cummins, Founder, CybernetIQ

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 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.

09:50 –
10:30  

09:50 – 10:30  

E STREET INVESTIGATION CASE STUDY: Cyber & E-Crime Investigation From The Front Lines

CST. SHANE CROSS, Cyber Intelligence Officer, Real Time Operations Centre, Calgary Police Service

Cst. Cross shares how traditional investigations can be exemplified with cyber tactic augmentation. His case
investigation, of a missing persons and homicide file, was solved using cyber techniques and technologies – once thought to be “out of the box”.

10:30 –
11:00  

10:30 – 11:00  

Coffee and Snacks
11:00 –
12:00  

11:00 – 12:00  

Epic Award Winning Fireside Chats

Moderator:
ARNOLD VAN DEN HOEVEN, Canada Public Safety, Accenture

Fireside Chat with EPIC Innovation and Investigation Award Winners (announced 5 Nov) The moderator explores technical and human ingenuity behind cyber tools and techniques of the EPIC 2019 Award Winners .

12:00 –
13:00  

12:00 – 13:00  

Policy Debate – Privacy, encryption, lawful access and public safety

Moderator:
SUZANNE GRANT, CEO CATAAlliance

PAUL VALLÉE, Founder and CEO, Tehama
KEN BARKER, Ph.D., I.S.P., ITCP, Professor, Computer Science, Director, Institute of Security, Privacy, and Information Assurance
INSPECTOR JEFF METCALFE, Officer in Charge – RCMP E Division, Digital Forensics Services
ROB DAVIDSON, Manager, Data Analytics and Research, Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC)
ALAN TREDDINICK, CEO ATNOH Group

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.

13:00 –
14:10  

13:00 – 14:10  

Lunch
14:10 –
14:35  

14:10 – 14:35  

Fireside Chat with FINTRAC, Canada’s Financial Intelligence Unit, Stéphane Sirard, ML Manager for FINTRAC, Western Region

Moderator:
JIM LOVE, President, CIO and Chief Content Officer, IT World Canada (ITWC)

The Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC) is Canada’s financial intelligence unit. Its mandate is to facilitate the detection, prevention and deterrence of money laundering and the financing of terrorist activities, while ensuring the protection of personal information under its control. The latest trends and capabilities and their impact to law enforcement investigation are explored.

14:35 –
15:00  

14:35 – 15:00 

Fast Fire Demos

5 minute fast and furious cybercrime and secure evidence data /secure data management demos from ethical hackers and innovators.

15:00 –
15:35  

15:00 – 15:35  

FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT – CYBERCRIME COLLABORATION & ACCESS TO TALENT AND INNOVATION

Moderator:
STEVE PALMER, Chair, CATA Public Safety Advisory Board

Panelists:
ANTOINE NORMAND, CEO, Bluebear; Chair, In-Sec-M
RICHARD FRANK, Assistant Professor, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University
RAYMOND KELLY, Cybercrime Lead, Calgary Police Service
KRIS RUITER A/Chief, Stakeholder Engagement Public Services and Procurement Canada

Panelists explore access to talent, innovation, existing and new procurement programs. 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.

15:35 –
15:50  

15:35 – 15:50  

EPIC Summit Wrap Up

Jeff Adams, RCMP Asst. Commissioner,Technical Operations. summarizes EPIC outcomes and recommendations from the Leadership and Inovation and Investigation Tracks.

EPIC 2019
Excellence in Prevention and Investigation of Cybercrime
Summit

November 5 – 6, 2019

Calgary AB