Canadian Security Magazine

Virtual Summits
Focus On Cyber Security
May 26, 2021 at 1:00pm ET

Working effectively with law enforcement

Speaker: Detective Constable Kenrick Bagnall, Toronto Police Service
Private companies may feel some reluctance to share the details of a suspected cybercrime with the police, but working with law enforcement can marshal effective resources and help resolve crimes more quickly.


Detective Constable Kenrick Bagnall, Toronto Police Service

Kenrick has been a member of the Toronto Police Service since April of 2006 and currently serves as an investigator in the Coordinated Cyber Centre (C3) of Intelligence Services. Prior to joining the Toronto Police Service Kenrick spent 20 years in the Information Technology industry primarily in the financial services sector, and has held the positions of Senior Network Analyst, Information Technology Manager and Senior Vice President of Information Technology.

Kenrick is also an Associate Professor at George Brown College where he designed and instructs the Cybersecurity Fundamentals and Cyber Incident Response & Recovery courses and also lectures on the University of Toronto Global Professional Master of Laws, Innovation, Law and Technology program.

Kenrick is a regular contributor to Canadian Security magazine and has been published in Cybersecurity In Canada, A Guide to Best Practices, Planning and Management, First and Second edition, (LexisNexis). He is also the founder of KONCYBER, a multifaceted initiative focusing on cybersecurity advocacy and awareness for individuals and business. Kenrick volunteers time as a board member at hackers for change. Kenrick’s background in Information Technology combined with his Law Enforcement experience has uniquely positioned him as an investigator, instructor and presenter on technology, information security and cyber investigations.