In Person With Virtual Person Event
CPE Credit: 7
Session 1 - Canada's Beneficial Ownership Registry: What's Ahead for the Country
Speaker: Sasha Caldera, Beneficial Ownership Transparency, PWYP Canada
Session 2 - Perceptions and Knowledge of Money Laundering, Fraud and Cyber Security
This presentation will highlight key findings from the public opinion research report authored by EKOS Research Associates Inc., bringing forward key results of online survey and focus group discussions that were conducted between March 2023 and June 2023.
Speaker: Kristin Solvason, A/Executive Director, Financial Crime Coordination Centre, Public Safety Canada
Panelist: John Armit, Economic Crimes and Corruption Unit (ECCU - Ottawa)/Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) Acting Detective Sergeant| Anti-Rackets Branch (ARB) Ontario Provincial Police
Session 3 - Hiding in the Shadows
This presentation will illustrate a case study of one of the largest online defamation cases in North America, how investigators used data analytics to find the perpetrator, how the ACFE played a huge role, and what fraud investigators should do to protect themselves from being defamed.
Speaker: Ryan Duquette, CPE, CFCE, PI, Partner, National Lead of Digital Forensics, MNP
Session 4 - The Current State of Digital Evidence - how it affects eDiscovery & forensics
Speaker: Kevin Lo, CISSP, CCE, CFI, PMP, EnCE, Senior Director of Digital Forensics, MT>3, a Division of McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In this session, Kevin will discuss the growing trend for digital forensics and how this trend might impact forensic investigations. Additionally, the presentation will also discuss the challenges facing forensic investigators as technology evolves, including his thoughts on what the near future holds for investigators
Session 5 - Ethics in Public Safety
Speaker: Marc Tassé, MBA, CPA, CA, CFF, FCPA(USA), CFS(USA), CICA(USA), CACM(USA), Corporate Ethics and Financial Crimes Expert
In this session, Marc will discuss how ethical dilemmas in public safety revolve around challenging decisions where crucial values, such as protecting lives, upholding civil liberties, and ensuring justice, may conflict. These dilemmas include prioritizing resource allocation during emergencies, balancing individual rights against community safety in law enforcement, and navigating confidentiality versus the need for transparency.
Session 6 - Program Integrity in Canada – How We Are Doing
Speaker: Mihaela Voicu, PhD, MSc, Manager, Deloitte
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