Vancouver Enterprise Forum – Cyber Crime + eMoney Laundering

On November 24, the Vancouver Enterprise Forum is hosting a panel discussion on Cyber Crime + eMoney Laundering.

Join me and panelists Mark Fenton (Tech Crimes Unit VPD / Cyber Training International), Patrick Neal (Crime and Intelligence Lab Manager, BCIT), Dominic Vogel (Independent Cyber Security Contractor), Edward Matley (Director, Risk Assurance Services, PwC) and the moderator, Alex Dow (AJSNetworks Inc.).

Cyber Crime + eMoney Laundering (Panel Discussion)

Everything we do is online. In the year 2015 we are no longer talking about the future potential of traditional services like shopping, banking and social morphing into their “e” and “i” forms but rather realizing they now almost exclusively exist online well outside of our control. Less than 10 years ago the majority of our financial and personal information was almost inaccessible to the common criminal. Now, in our hyper-connected and interoperable world of online services, the cost of entry into the cyber crime world is significantly low and our private data has never been more exposed.

Panelist Include:
Mark Fenton, Tech Crimes Unit VPD / Cyber Training International
Patrick Neal, Crime and Intelligence Lab Manager, BCIT
Dominic Vogel, Independent Cyber Security Contractor
Edward Matley, Director, Risk Assurance Services, PwC
Ruan Müller, FireEye

Alex Dow, AJSNetworks Inc.



Doors open at 5:00 p.m. for registration and pre-event networking (Bar available). Main presentation begins at 6:00 p.m. and will end at approximately 7:30 p.m., followed by networking opportunities, providing attendees with time to connect with their colleagues and the presenters.

Terms & Conditions Light snacks are served after the presentations and are included in your ticket price. A bar is available all evening, payable by cash, VISA and Debit card. Vancity Theatre is licensed to serve alcohol and strictly enforces an age limit of 19+. No children to be present at presentations or during the networking. Please note that seating in the theatre is first-come, first-served. If the theatre is full, registered guests will be invited to join us in the lounge to view the presentation live on the large-screen.