KENRICK BAGNALL, DETECTIVE CONSTABLE COMPUTER CYBER CRIME, TORONTO POLICE SERVICE, TO SPEAK AT 2017 CONVERGED SECURITY SUMMIT
GC&E Systems Group, Inc. (GC&E) announced that Kenrick Bagnall, Detective Constable Computer Cyber Crime of Toronto Police Service, will be one of the speakers at the inaugural Converged Security Summit (CSS) to be held on March 1, 2017 at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
CSS is a one-day, comprehensive program that will bring together experts in information and physical security to discuss best-practice countermeasures to safeguarding IT infrastructure and information assets, as well as proven solutions for perimeter security, intrusion and personal safety in the public and private sectors.
Bagnall?s keynote session, "Cybercrime and the Threats to Critical Infrastructure," will exam cyber threats to national infrastructure, sources, patterns, and prognosis. He will discuss where the threats coming from, how legitimate are they, and how organizations can be more agile in the assessment and mitigation of these threats by forming strategic partnerships and adopting a hypervigilant and proactive posture.
Bagnall has been a member of the Toronto Police Service since April 2006. He has worked in several areas of policing including Primary Response, Community Response, The TAVIS Neighborhood Initiative Program, General Criminal Investigations, and Divisional Fraud Investigations.
In February of 2015, Bagnall joined the Computer Cyber Crime section of Intelligence Services where he currently works as a Cybercrime Investigator.
Prior to joining the Toronto Police Service, Bagnall spent 20 years working in the Information Technology industry primarily in the financial services sector.
During this time, Bagnall spent more than 12 years working in Bermuda where he was a Senior Network Analyst for the Bank of Butterfield, then an IT Manager for Flag Telecom and then as Senior Vice President of Information Technology for CAPITAL G Bank (Now Clarien Bank) before returning to Canada in 2005.
For more information about GC&E and Converged Security Summit, please visit www.gcesg.com/CSS or email at CSS@gcesg.com.