The Policing Cyberspace International Conference 2011 (POLCYB International)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 30, 2011||End Date/Time: Dec 02, 2011|
|Registration Date: Nov 23, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 04, 2011|
1) To enhance international networking and managing strategic alliances to prevent and combat cybercrime;
2) To promote international policy and legislative discussions on emerging trends and challenges in cybercrime;
3) To discuss international best practices in the regulation of cybercrime.
Preliminary Topics & Issues:
Panel discussions will incorporate regional and global perspectives on collaborative approaches to cybercrime prevention, detection, and response. Our International Subject Matter Experts will use recent Case Studies to illustrate unique challenges, what worked, what didnâ€™t, and lessons learned. Panel discussions will include, but not limited to, the following panel themes:
1. Legal, Investigative, and Policy Challenges posed by Cloud Computing,Virtualization, Social Networking, Mobile Technologies, and other Evolving Technologies: Highlights of Cybercrime Trends, Threats, Proactive Measures and Responses.
2. Measures for Content Protection and Combating Counterfeit Products: What Worked and What Didnâ€™t? Implications of such measures upon Prevention and Disruption of Economic Crime and Organized Crime, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Public Health and Safety.
3. Legal, Investigative, and Policy Considerations on the Evolving Landscape of Technological Advances.
4. Frameworks for Inter-governmental Collaboration in Cybercrime Prevention and Response: Overview of Current, and Developing, efforts to enhance Global Collaboration.
5. International Collaboration in Disrupting Economic Crime and Organized Crime: Case Studies and Lessons Learned.
6. Collaborative Public Education and Outreach Strategies for Cybercrime Prevention.
7. Advanced Persistent Threatsâ€ (APT): Prevention and Incident Response.
8. The Future of Cloud Computing and Social Networking: Implications upon Cybercrime Prevention and Response.
9. â€œSemantic Webâ€: Implications of Machine-generated Data-integration upon Cybercrime Investigation, Prosecution and Training.
10. Collaboration against On-line Abuse of Children.
Facilitated Special Interest Group Meetings
To discuss practical recommendations and processes for developing viable Action Plans which could be modified to address international and regional needs.
Facilitated discussions will be conducted in small focus groups after panel discussions. Each group will be comprised of international Conference participants from criminal justice, government agencies, and industry to promote international and inter-disciplinary discussions.
Benefits for Delegates
- Prominent, international practitioners from law enforcement / criminal justice, governmental, and corporate security sectors will come together at The POLCYB International Conference 2011. Our International Panelists will provide interactive, dynamic, and thought-provoking discussions based on practical experiences of international collaboration, as well as inter-jurisdictional challenges.
- Delegates will learn about implications of Advancing Technologies, Cybercrime Trends, Threats, and most of all, Innovative Approaches to meet your challenges in cybercrime prevention and responses. They will also gain new knowledge on initiatives that worked, and some that did not.
- The Facilitated Special Interest Group Meetings provide valuable face-to-face opportunities for international delegates to share different perspectives, approaches, explore emerging issues, and propose effective recommendations and follow-up action plans.
- You will learn something at this Conference to use â€œback in the officeâ€ to help meet your daily challenges posed by the ever-changing cybercrime environment.
Who should attend?
International Practitioners in Corporate Security, Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice, Government Agencies, including, but not limited to:
- Senior / Executive Management / CIOâ€™s / CSOâ€™s / CISOâ€™s / CTOâ€™s
- Judges, Crown Counsels, Corporate Legal Counsels
- Risk Management / Loss Recovery / Compliance Officers
- Policy Makers / Policy Analysts
- Investigators / Trainers
- Human Resource
- Forensic Accountants