Are you registered for the Tri-Lateral Security conference yet?
By Canadian SecurityNews
This year’s conference will be held May 25 and 26 at the Deerfoot Inn and Casino in Calgary, Alberta. The theme this year is ‘Back to the Basics’.
The keynote speaker is Phillip Banks of the Vancouver based ‘Banks Group’. Banks is a highly regarded returning presenter from 2009. Other speakers include Shafeek Punja of the Calgary Police Service who will present on cellphone forensics, Micheal Legary will focus on forensics, Geoff Frisby will address Workplace Violence, Tim McCreight will speak to information security, Julie Klegg on open source Internet Investigations and finally Jillian Vincent, Portfolio officer with the Alberta Privacy Commissioner’s office with a focus on PIPA legislation as it relates to security.
In addition to the educational sessions, there is a terrific networking opportunity for attendees to capitalize on. As an added benefit to the conference, there is also a highly touted sold out trade show with 41 vendors hosting booths on May 26 from 12:30 to 6 p.m.
The cost of the conference is $275.00.
Additional information can be found at the CANASA website, including registration process, presenters bio’s, vendors and other details.
The Tri-Lateral Security Conference is a joint initiative sponsored by three separate organizations: ASIS International Chapter #162 Calgary/Southern Alberta, the Security Professionals Information Exchange (SPIE) and the Western Canada chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA). Created in 2006, the Tri-Lateral Security Conference has been dedicated to delivering quality educational conferences to professionals in the fields of logical security, physical security, security management, privacy, law enforcement and intelligence groups.
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