November 17, 2018
Session 1 – Emerging Cybercrime Trends and Prevention Best Practices
This session 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 you to the changing trends in cybercrime and provide insight into technology-related best practices to help prevent cybercrime.
- Understand the changing landscape of cybercrime
- Identify the current cybercrime trends
- How cybercrime is changing organizational risks / potential damages
- Basic due diligence tips and techniques for cybercrime prevention
Session 2 – 21st Century Fraud Investigations using Innovation and Technology – A case study
It’s a fact that fraud is changing and we need to change and keep up with the current trends. This case study will address the changing landscape of fraud including cyber fraud and the need for a new investigative techniques that are both innovative and technology focused.
From the latest in data analytics to new techniques in digital forensics, this presentation will introduce the audience to a new and innovative way at looking at how technology can aid in fraud investigations in the 21st Century.
|Date:||Saturday, November 17, 2018|
|Where:||Eaglequest Coyote Creek, 7778 152nd Street, Surrey, BC|
|Time:||Registration& Breakfast: 8:00 am – 9:00 am | Session: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm|
|Cost:||$40.00 + GST|
|CPD | Level:||3 Hours | General|
About the Speaker
Steve Wilson is the Managing Director of Hexigent Consulting Inc. He has been working in the cyber/digital forensics consulting industry for over 12 years in providing digital forensics, cyber security, economic crime and risk mitigation strategic solutions. Steve is also actively involved in the community and is the current President of the Vancouver Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. In addition, Steve is a member of the Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers Association and the BC Elder Financial Abuse Prevention Action Group.
Steve has developed the recently launched Graduate Certificate Program on Forensic Investigation of Fraud and Financial Crime at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He is currently pursuing his PhD at Oxford University in the field of information governance and international public policy issues related to the internet. He assists in the development of post-secondary training opportunities and provides engaging presentations at national industry events and conferences.