Cameron Field to give keynote address at Canadian Security Honours
By Canadian Security StaffFeatures
Cameron Field, vice-president with the Vidocq Group, will open Canadian Security Honours with a keynote address on today’s threat landscape and how security professionals are responding to these challenges.
Field is an accomplished speaker and noted expert on financial crime and corporate security investigations. He leads Vidocq’s Toronto operations where they consult on enhanced due diligence in private equity and M+A work, money laundering, sanctions and regulatory risk.
Prior to Vidocq, Field worked in the AML team at the Bank of Montreal as the head of intelligence liaison and operational effectiveness. He previously served in the Toronto Police Service for 32 years in a variety of roles including Officer in Charge of the Threat Assessment team, the Investigative Training Team and the Corporate Crimes Unit. Field holds a BA in Justice Studies and a MSc in Criminology, and is a certified anti-money-laundering specialist.
His Canadian Security Honours keynote, “Enemies at Our Gates: Surviving and Thriving in A Chaotic Decade,” will be a reflective look at the state of threats faced by private and public sector entities. From state actors, state sponsored actors, and remarkably well equipped criminal groups that prey on entities and people, the threats by volume and velocity are daunting. Field’s presentation will inform philosophies for the future and outline the heavy lifting required to meet the challenges we face as nations, as public and private sector entities, and as individuals. “Partnerships and courageous leadership” will help to show us the way through troubling times.
Hear Cameron Field’s presentation at Canadian Security Honours on Oct. 17 in Toronto. Registration for this event is now open, and will include lunch and awards presentations for this year’s honourees:
- Security Director of the Year: Joey Bourgoin
- Emerging Leader of the Year: Chris Anquist
- Community Leader of the Year: Hi Nguyen
- Lifetime Achievement Award: Martin Green
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