Upcoming Events

[On-Demand Webinar] CYBERCRIME: Major Impact from a Microscopic Threat
Jun 17 @ 11:00 AM – Dec 31 @ 11:45 PM

When:  Recorded on June 17, 2020
Where: On-Demand Webinar

Learn how COVID-19 has changed the cybercrime landscape
and some things you should know and do

The onset of COVID-19 has changed the way we all live, work and interact. It has been the single most impactful contributing factor to the constantly evolving Cybersecurity landscape and the Cybercrime threats being faced by private citizens and corporations both large and small in recent history. This impact has been on a global scale as cybercriminals increase the rate, diversity and complexity of their attacks in the wake of this unprecedented pandemic.

Please join Kenrick Bagnall, Detective Constable for the Toronto Police Services, for this presentation to gain valuable insight of what is happening on the front lines everyday when it comes to cybercrime across Canada and around the world — as well as perspective on how we must react to deal with the increasing threats.

We will also have 10 minutes at the end for live Q&A

Kenrick Bagnall

Detective Constable – Computer Cyber Crime (C3)

Kenrick has been a member of the Toronto Police Service since April of 2006 and currently serves as an investigator in the Coordinated Cyber Centre (C3) of Intelligence Services. Prior to joining the Toronto Police Service Kenrick spent twenty years in the Information Technology industry primarily in the financial services sector, and has held the positions of Senior Network Analyst, Information Technology Manager and Senior Vice President of Information Technology.

Kenrick is also an Associate Professor at George Brown College where he designed and instructs the Cybersecurity Fundamentals and Cyber Incident Response & Recovery courses and also lectures on the University of Toronto Global Professional Master of Laws, Innovation, Law and Technology program.

Kenrick has been published in Canadian Security Magazine and Cybersecurity In Canada, A Guide to Best Practices, Planning and Management,(LexisNexis). Kenrick’s background in Information Technology combined with his Law Enforcement experience has uniquely positioned him as an investigator, instructor and presenter on technology, information security and cyber investigations.