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3rd Annual High Technology Crime Investigation Association




3rd Annual High Technology Crime Investigation Association
3rd Annual High Technology Crime Investigation Association



Forwarded from: Mark Bernard  

3rd Annual High Technology Crime Investigation Association Seminar
Presented by the Atlantic Canada Chapter HTCIA

When: November 25th, 2005

Where: Howard Johnson Brunswick Plaza Hotel, 1005 Main St., Moncton N.B. 

Why: Fraud, telephone scams, phishing, identity theft, hacking... You
see these terms daily in the media. With the presence of the Internet
throughout Atlantic Canada, the danger of high technology crime
impacting on your life, your family and business without warning is
growing. This one day seminar will draw back the shadows and let you
see the methods / techniques used to scam thousands of people each
year. At the event we will show you how to detect, identify and
counter these threats.

John Weigelt, CISSP, CISM - Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft
As the Chief Security Advisor and Privacy Compliance Officer for
Microsoft Canada, John is responsible for the development and
communication of Microsoft Canada's security and privacy strategies.

Barry Elliott, PhoneBusters
PhoneBusters is a national anti-fraud call centre jointly operated by
the Ontario Provincial Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

The Atlantic Canada HTCIA Seminar is the premier source of cyber-crime
information for individuals, businesses and organizations in the
region. As an unbiased source you will get the facts you need to
protect yourself.

For more details visit Atlantic Canada's - High Tech Crime
Investigation Association at; http://atl-htcia.org/ 



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