Critical Conversation: Cybercrime

Vaseem Khan, Cameron Field and Kenrick Bagnall

Critical Conversation: Cybercrime

Vaseem Khan, Cameron Field and Kenrick Bagnall

6:30pm

Sunday, June 4, 2023

TIFA’s most provocative conversation series returns, exploring thrilling new themes for MOTIVE audiences. Each day of the Festival, authors and experts examine the culture and politics that shape the world around us and the books we read.

Cryptocurrency fraud. Hacking. Data breaches. Why is crime moving from the shady streets to the internet superhighway and the dark web?

In this critical conversation, deep dive into cybercrime with award-winning novelist Vaseem KhanCameron Field, vice-president at VIDOCQ, a firm which designs tailored investigation, intelligence and risk management solutions; and Kenrick Bagnall, Vice-President, Cyber Task Force and CISO at the Cyber Security Global Alliance. Khan brings expertise to the subject from his ongoing work at the Department of Security and Crime Science at University College London. Field specializes in complex fraud, anti-money laundering, corporate due diligence, and risk assessment evaluations. Bagnall has 17 years of law enforcement experience, and shares his expertise as a cybersecurity instructor, writer, and host of the KONCYBER podcast. Find out what factors are leading to the rise in cybercrime and how the average person can protect their safety online.

Moderator: Kenrick Bagnall

During the event, Adrian Hayles will be documenting the conversation with a set of loose, court-room style portraits of speakers.

Event Info:
Date & Time: June 4 at 6:30pm ET
Where: Brigantine Patio at Harbourfront Centre
Duration: 75 minutes
Available with a MOTIVE Day or Weekend Pass

Please note, there was a change of venue and time for this event. It will now take place at 6:30pm ET on the Brigantine Patio at Harbourfront Centre.

This event is presented in partnership with Provocations Festival.

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Panel Discussion

TIFA’s most provocative conversation series returns, exploring thrilling new themes for MOTIVE audiences. Each day of the Festival, authors and experts examine the culture and politics that shape the world around us and the books we read.

Cryptocurrency fraud. Hacking. Data breaches. Why is crime moving from the shady streets to the internet superhighway and the dark web?

In this critical conversation, deep dive into cybercrime with award-winning novelist Vaseem KhanCameron Field, vice-president at VIDOCQ, a firm which designs tailored investigation, intelligence and risk management solutions; and Kenrick Bagnall, Vice-President, Cyber Task Force and CISO at the Cyber Security Global Alliance. Khan brings expertise to the subject from his ongoing work at the Department of Security and Crime Science at University College London. Field specializes in complex fraud, anti-money laundering, corporate due diligence, and risk assessment evaluations. Bagnall has 17 years of law enforcement experience, and shares his expertise as a cybersecurity instructor, writer, and host of the KONCYBER podcast. Find out what factors are leading to the rise in cybercrime and how the average person can protect their safety online.

Moderator: Kenrick Bagnall

During the event, Adrian Hayles will be documenting the conversation with a set of loose, court-room style portraits of speakers.

Event Info:
Date & Time: June 4 at 6:30pm ET
Where: Brigantine Patio at Harbourfront Centre
Duration: 75 minutes
Available with a MOTIVE Day or Weekend Pass

Please note, there was a change of venue and time for this event. It will now take place at 6:30pm ET on the Brigantine Patio at Harbourfront Centre.

This event is presented in partnership with Provocations Festival.

TIFA Logo white         

Panel Discussion

Featured Authors

Vaseem Khan is the author of two award-winning crime series set in India, the Baby Ganesh Agency series and the Malabar House historical crime novels. His first book, The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra, was selected by the Sunday Times as one of the 40 best crime novels published 2015-2020, and is translated into 17 languages. In 2021, Midnight at Malabar House won the Crime Writers Association Historical Dagger. The book was also shortlisted for the Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year. Vaseem was born in England, but spent a decade working in India.

Read more about Vaseem Khan

Kenrick Bagnall is an Executive Board VP and the CISO for the Cyber Security Global Alliance and head of their Cybercrime Task Force. He also has 17 years of law enforcement experience, the last eight of which have been as a Cybercrime Investigator. Prior to law enforcement, he spent two decades working in the Information Technology industry primarily in the financial services sector. During this time, he spent 12 years in Bermuda where he was a Senior Network Analyst for the Bank of Butterfield, then an IT Manager for Flag Telecom and then Senior Vice President of Information Technology for CAPITAL G Bank (now Clarien Bank) before returning to Canada in 2005. Kenrick is also a cybersecurity instructor, writer, and host of the KONCYBER podcast.

Read more about Kenrick Bagnall

6:30pm

Sunday, June 4, 2023

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