1. In this exclusive, one-hour briefing, Mohammad Lari, Economist, with Statistics Canada’s Economist, Investment, Science and Technology Division, provides an in-depth review of the 2017 Canadian Survey of Cyber Security and Cybercrime which was publicly released October 15, 2018.
    Viewers will get answers that reveal the results provided by over 10,000 private enterprises on critical cybercrime matters including:

    • Adoption and use of the types of technology and services targeted by cybercrime actors
    • The types of cybersecurity measures businesses deploy
    • How many businesses employ dedicated cyber security staff and the number they employ
    • The breakdown of how the $14 billion invested into cybersecurity staff and solutions was spent
    • How many companies reported being impacted by a cybercrime and how they were impacted in terms of down time and lost revenues
    • How frequently they reported cybercrimes to police and other reporting agencies
    • How many were able to identify who was behind the cybercrime and their motivation behind it.

    This dynamic, interactive video briefing captures a detailed review of the report results supported by a formal PowerPoint presentation lead by Mr. Lari as well as the live Q&A with an audience who engaged by video, telephone or by submitting questions via chat box through the live stream interface.

    To access the full report, visit: statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/181015/dq181015a-eng.htm

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  2. Watch as Paul Lucier, Vice President, Sales and Business Development, ISARA Corporation, provides a high level overview of his planned presentation for the #IPCS2018 Cybercrime Summit titled: Quantum – A Look at the Positive and Negative Disruptions.

    The 3rd Annual International Policing Cybercrime Summit 2018 (#IPCS2018) features over two dozen recognized cybercrime experts from across Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. Being held November 5-7 in Fredericton, N.B. Register today!

    For more details visit: cata.ca/IPCS2018/

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  3. View this recorded broadcast of the interactive, 60-minute webinar featuring Diane Pelletier, Director, New Brunswick 911 Bureau, and Chair of the Canadian Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG-911) Coalition, as she offers an in-depth review of the Coalition's recently released report: Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) Transition Roadmap for Canadian Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs).

    This strategy document presents a high-level roadmap to an NG9-1-1 transition for Canadian PSAPs and is designed to guide senior leadership, governing and funding authorities. It reveals important and pending Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications (CRTC) timelines, standards, and mandates, along with key recommendations and guidance for all stakeholders - including industry partners - on the anticipated changes in organizational practices/culture, current and future investments in needed technology and skills, and impacts to legislation, policies, and procedures.

    Viewers will experience the groundbreaking, video conference forum technique used for this broadcast, which combines a formal PowerPoint presentation to video interaction with Diane Pelletier, along with a 25+ minute Q&A session featuring video and call-in participants from organizations such as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canadian Interoperability Technology Interest Group, and senior-most CATAAlliance executives.

  4. For a second consecutive year, The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) are pleased to announce the Rehtaeh Parsons Society is the official Charity Patron of the 3rd International Policing Cybercrime Summit (#IPCS2018) taking place this November 5-7, 2018, in Fredericton, NB. A portion of the proceeds from the Summit, as well as fundraising events taking place during it, will be donated to the Society following its conclusion.

    Tune in as CATAAlliance Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes, interviews Leah Parsons, mother of Rehtaeh Parsons and Executive Director for the Rehtaeh Parsons Society, as she details how victims of cybercrime often experience true and potentially life altering change with little in the way of support mechanisms or groups to assist them and shares insights into the legacy her daughter leaves behind through the seminal work being carried out by the Society bearing her name.

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  5. Watch as Kristin Judge, CEO of the Cybercrime Support Network, provides a brief overview of the organization and their work including details on a cybercrime victim reporting pilot through the use of fraudsupport.org and an existing 3-digit referral telephone service. Kristin further offers an overview of her planned remarks as the Day One Closing Keynote for the upcoming 3rd International Policing Cybercrime Summit (#IPCS2018).

    For more on IPCS2018 taking place November 5-7, 2018, in Fredericton NB, visit: cata.ca/IPCS2018.

    To learn more about the Cybercrime Support Network, visit cybercrimesupport.org.

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Featuring noted experts in identifying, deterring and combating cybercrime, this channel supports the work of the eCrimes Cyber Council (ECC) - an advisory body jointly formed by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and CATAAlliance - advancing…

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Featuring noted experts in identifying, deterring and combating cybercrime, this channel supports the work of the eCrimes Cyber Council (ECC) - an advisory body jointly formed by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and CATAAlliance - advancing its goal to enable the citizens of Canada and our governments of Canada to fully realize upon the advantages of a cyber enabled world, while remaining safe and free from harm and victimization

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