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HTCIA Ontario Chapter March Madness Feature Event - Part II PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 23 March 2012 19:38

Greetings HTCIA Members,

Just a reminder that our Second Feature Event of HTCIA March Madness will be taking place onThursday 29th March 2012 at 7:00 pm. 

Peel Regional Police
180 Derry Road,
Mississauga, Ontario


Link to map:
http://goo.gl/chPDq



Second Feature Event will include:

Mr Jeff Nash of BlueBear Law Enforcement Services - LACE (Law-enforcement Against Child Exploitation) Software

Mr. Nash has over 30 years experience working with high technology in engineering, product management, business development and sales bringing extensive capability in technology management, marketing and transaction culmination. Working in the telecommunications, video transmission, and image recognition arenas with BlueBear Law Enforcement Services, EasyLink Networks, DragonWave, Aprisma, Telexis, Newbridge, and Mitel Semiconductor Jeff has been responsible for Canadian, North and South American and global sales for products including image recognition, VoIP, wireless networking, Network Management, video compression, transmission and storage, digital access and networking.

He is a Professional Engineer with a B.E.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Western Ontario.


 

Mr Robert Beggs of Digital Defence - Organized Cybercrime - Follow the Money!

To date, most assessments of cybercrime by organized criminals (more than 3 people working together) have focused on the technical aspects of detecting and responding to attacks such as phishing, theft of identity and intellectual property, and use of advanced persistent threats, APTs. This talk will treat organized cybercrime as a business, and use a "value chain" perspective to identify the inputs and outputs required to enable crimes.

In short, we're going to follow the money, and answer the questions: Who is involved, and what is the structure of the online crime environment? How does an attack, or placement of an APT, generate revenue for organized crime? Finally, how is money laundered?

Speaker bio: Robert Beggs is the President of DigitalDefence, a Canadian firm specializing in preventing and responding to data security and privacy breaches. He has been responsible for the technical leadership and project management of more than 300 consulting engagements, including policy development and review, standards compliance assessments, attack and penetration testing of wired and wireless networks, third party security assessments, incident response and forensics, and other projects.



So come on out and enjoy what should be a great and rewarding meeting for all!!


Membership Renewal:

Renew your membership today! In order to remain a member in good standing, please renew your 2012 membership dues now. 

Current year dues must be paid prior to March 31, or your membership will be terminated and you will need to re-apply as a new member at the prevailing rates.

To renew online, go to the members' area and enter your user name and password. If you have forgotten your password, you can request that it be emailed to you from this link.

If you have already renewed your dues, thank you for your continued support!


Sincerely,

2012 HTCIA Ontario Chapter Executive Committee

Ben Whittaker -- President

G. Scott Graham -- 1st VP

Matthew Ross -- 2nd VP

Eugene Silva -- Secretary

Neil Greenberg -- Treasurer

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2012 14:27
 

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