RESEARCH

RESEARCH

Analyzing cyber-crime and develop prevention methods

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COLLABORATION

COLLABORATION

Protecting organizations and individuals from cyber-crime

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ATTRIBUTION

ATTRIBUTION

Helping in investigation and prevention of cyber-crime

AWARENESS

AWARENESS

Creating a fair, efficient and trusted marketplace

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MEMBERSHIPS

National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance Canada is a newly formed collaborative organization where multi-sector teams can join together to leverage each other's skill sets and resources to better address the needs of its partners.

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ACADEMIC MEMBERSHIP

ACADEMIC MEMBERSHIP

Academia will benefit from the interaction with public and private institutions. Such interaction will provide the needed stimuli to conduct and shape relevant academic research on interesting and challenging real-life problems and will improve the knowledge of cyber-forensics through research initiatives.

INDUSTRIAL MEMBERSHIP

INDUSTRIAL MEMBERSHIP

In this collaboration, both public and private organizations will share and gain access to pooled resources that include time-sensitive intelligence and new threat/mitigation intelligence on Cyber-Crime.

PUBLIC SECTOR MEMBERSHIP

PUBLIC SECTOR MEMBERSHIP

Law enforcement will benefit from the early detection of criminal behavior. This will be crucial in developing appropriate and viable strategies to address the behavior.

ABOUT US

NCFTA Canada investigates cyber-crimes impacting Canadian citizens, businesses and organizations. We aim to contribute to a fair, efficient and trusted marketplace by reducing the incidence and impact of cyber-crime in Canada. 

Interested organizations may contact us directly. A committee of current partners will verify your application and send response to successful participants.

 

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Posted on Jun 05th, 2011
The e-Crimes Summit brings together top cyber-forensics and security professionals from the public, private, academic and law enforcement sectors in order to discuss the challenges and the trends in theses domains. The p ..
Posted on Jun 05th, 2010
The National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance Canada (NCFTA Canada) successfully launched its inaugural E-Crimes Summit from November 17th-18th, 2010, with the theme of Trends, Threats and Strategies. The inaugural ..
Posted on Jun 05th, 2010
The Computer Security Laboratory at the Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering (CIISE) hosted the 3rd Annual Information Systems Security Colloquium on Tuesday, May 4, 2010. This year the event was also ..

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