Encore Presentation Series

On October 19 & 20, 2015, the inaugural National Policing Cybercrime Summit was held in Toronto and featured over two dozen law enforcement, government, and industry speakers and attended by over 100 delegates. The Summit was hosted by founding partner organizations the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) and the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance).

As a result of delegates’ feedback regarding the high-impact messages shared by the Summit speakers/panels, and in response to recommendations generated from the Summit relating to the need for greater information sharing among subject matter experts, the CACP and CATAAlliance are pleased to offer an Encore Presentation Series of the Summit featuring many of the original speakers.

Using a live, video conference approach, subscribers to the Encore series will be able to watch the live broadcast, submit questions to be answered during the session, and gain access to a post-production copy of the interview which will be available for viewing at any time.

To participate in the live video webcasts, you must register at least 24 hours before the broadcast date/time, otherwise only the recorded version will be available.

You can choose to register for each session individually, or take advantage of an All-Access Pass making each of the live and recorded sessions available to you.


Individual Sessions Price
CATA – CACP Members $95
Public service $145
Non-members $195
All-Access Pass
CATA – CACP Members $495
Public service $695
Non-Members $895

Session 1

CACP Global Studies Group – Collaborative Cybercrime Framework Study

Date: December 4 @ 2 PM


Marie-Claude Arsenault, OIC National Intelligence Priorities & Cyber Team, National Intelligence Coordination Centre, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Norman E. Taylor, President, Global Network for Community Safety (Canada and US)
Doug Ross, Head, Technical Analysis Team ( Digital Forensic Labs), Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Session 2

Date: December 7 @ 12:30 PM

Matthew Torigian, Deputy Minister of Community Safety, Province of Ontario


Session 3

A Small Window Into the Future of Policing

Date: December 8 @ 11:30 AM

Peter Sloly, Deputy Chief of Police, Toronto Police Service (TPS)


Session 4

Confronting Law Enforcement Cyber Threats: Assessing Risk, Building Resiliency, Managing Resources

Date: December 9 @ 11:00 AM

David J. Roberts, Senior Program Manager, Technology Center, International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)


Session 5

The 13 Key Cybercrime Summit Themes - An In-Depth Discussion

Date: Dec 10 @ 2:00 PM

Norman E. Taylor, President, Global Network for Community Safety (Canada and US)
Katherine Thompson, Chair, CATA Cyber Council & National Spokesperson, CATAAlliance


Session 6

Date: Dec 11 @ 11:00 AM

Peter Henschel, Deputy Commissioner, Specialized Policing Services, Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Session 7

Date: December 14 @ 10:00

W.S.(Scott)Tod, Deputy Commissioner Investigations and Organized Crime, Ontario Provincial Police


Upcoming Sessions

Cybercrime: A Calgary Police Service Perspective

Date: tbd


Ryan Jepson, Staff Sergeant, Electronic Surveillance Unit, Calgary Police Service
Cory Dayley, Sergeant, Cybercrime Support Team, Calgary Police Service

Big Data Analytics for the Generation of Cyber Threat Intelligence: NCFTA Canada Initiatives

Date: tbd


Dr. Mourad Debbabi, President, NCFTA Canada
Michael Haring, Staff Sergeant, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Business E-mail Compromise - A Global Perspective

Date: tbd


Joseph Yuhasz, Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigations