Chapter PD: Emerging Cybercrime Trends and Prevention Best Practices

March 24, 2018

Our speaker, Steve Wilson, will address the changing landscape of cybercrime. As we continue to expand our global connectivity though a proliferation of devices cybercrime has become one of the main concerns facing organizations in Canada. From safeguarding personal information and preventing cyber theft, technology-related security is a top priority for everyone. This presentation will introduce  attendees to the changing trends in cybercrime and provide insight into techonology-related best practices to help prevent cybercrime.

Saturday, March 24, 2018
Time:  8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Registration and Breakfast | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Session
Location: Executive Airport Plaza Hotel, 7311 Westminster Hwy Richmond, BC
Cost:  $80 + GST – (Regular) | $75+ GST – (Early bird discount – until Feb 28, 2018)
Complimentary Parking provided by the hotel (We will be sending out a parking pass prior to the event)
CPD | level
3 hours | General


1) Understanding the changing landscape of cybercrime.

2) Identify the current cybercrime trends.

3) Basic due diligence tips and techniques for cybercrime prevention.

4) Case study demonstration of information security on mobile devices and password cracking.

5) Hand outs and resource information will be provided to attendees.


This presentation would beneficial to any Chartered Professional Accountants, business professionals, as well as Accounting Students and Certified Fraud Examiners. This is a great introduction to the fascinating world of cybercrime and technology-related security.

PREREQUISITE: None. | CPD: 3.0 Hours

SPEAKER’S BIO: Steve Wilson, MBA, B-Tech, CFE, CFCI

Steve Wilson current works in the cyber/digital forensics consulting industry with over 12 years of experience in providing digital forensic, cycle security, economic crime and risk mitigation strategic solutions to his clients. Combined with a number of professional and academic certifications; Steve Wilson epitomizes industry best practices within the field of forensic technology. Some of his past clients come from a variety of industries including financial services, law enforcement, oil and gas, retail, legal services, government, transportation and education.

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