2nd INTERNATIONAL Policing Cybercrime Summit

    November 2017 in Ottawa – Convening Global and National Law Enforcement Executives, Front Line Officers, and Industry & Academic Partners to Identify Collaborative Solutions

    The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), in collaboration with the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) are pleased to be co-hosting the 2nd International Policing Cybercrime Summit (IPCS 2017) taking place this November 6-8, 2017, in Ottawa.

    The IPCS 2017 features leading Canadian cybercrime authorities and invited international speakers convening to add tangible value to the fight against cybercrime by exchanging information on current cybercrime trends, offering demonstrations of forensic tools, sharing case studies, and receiving updates from experts working in the field, towards the ends of identifying opportunities for a collaborative Canadian response.

    For more details on IPCS 2017, including confirmed and invited speakers, venue, registration and sponsorship details, please visit: http://cata.ca/cybercrime/

    Register Today!

    Special rates for CACP members and active law enforcement officers are available.

    Register now at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/2nd-international-policing-cybercrime-summit-tickets-35724284296

    Video Briefing Available

    Watch Deputy Chief Scott Tod, North Bay Police Service and Co-Chair of the eCrime Cyber Council, along with Norm Taylor, President, Global Network for Community Safety and Summit Master of Ceremonies, discuss the IPCS 2017 and offer their insights into the anticipated value attendees will receive through the line up of national and global speakers, and the benefits of participating in the unique Innovation Den program.

    Watch this 11-minute briefing at: https://vimeo.com/catanettv/ipcs2017-launch

    IPCS 2017 – an eCrime Cyber Council Initiative

    For the first time in their respective histories, the CACP and CATAAlliance have joined forces to create a joint advisory body supporting the advancement of the national cybercrime strategy for Canada.

    The eCrime Cyber Council (ECC) has been formed as a result of the recent emergence of the CATAAlliance Cybercrime Advisory Council (CAC) coinciding with the timely need of the CACP Electronic Crime Committee for a similar body of cyber experts to advise and support them on the operational aspects of the fight against cybercrime. Rather than risk a duplication of effort and overtaxing similarly sought-after leadership and talent, the CATAAlliance CAC agreed to amend its Terms of Reference (ToR) to reflect its new status of an official advisory body to the CACP eCrimes committee.

    The ECC is comprised of police experts, innovative private sector leaders, academic and government observers to work with government departments, ministries, and agencies at federal, provincial, and local levels to undertake supportive policies and approaches that will make Canada a world leader in addressing the threat and harm of cybercrime.

    For more information on the ECC, visit: http://cata.ca/Communities/PSAB/ecc.html