The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way the world uses technology and increased the number of digital tools in use for many employees. This has shifted the threat landscape. Add this to already successful cyberattacks like Business Email Compromise (BEC), and it becomes clear that every type of organization is at risk.

Join Kenrick Bagnall, Detective Constable of Toronto Police Service's Coordinated Cyber Centre (C3), as he shares true crime examples of emerging cyber threats impacting organizations and their end-users in the current threat landscape. He will also discuss industry best practices that can help organizations face and respond to inevitable predatory cyber threats.

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Kenrick Bagnall
Detective Constable, Coordinated Cyber Centre (C3), Toronto Police Service

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) section of Intelligence Services. Before this Kenrick spent 20 years in the Information Technology industry primarily in the financial services sector, holding 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 instructs the Cybersecurity Security Certificate program and also lectures on the University of Toronto Global Professional Master of Laws, Innovation, Law and Technology program.

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.