Breach Investigations: The Detective's ViewKenrick Bagnall of Toronto Police on How to Be Prepared for Cybercrime
Kenrick Bagnall, a former IT executive who is now a detective constable with the Toronto Police, offers unique insights on public/private partnerships and how enterprises can work better with investigators in the event of a breach.
In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit: Toronto, Bagnall discusses:
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- His path to law enforcement;
- Characteristics of effective partnerships;
- The essentials of breach preparation and response.
Bagnall is detective constable - computer cybercrime intelligence services at the Toronto Police Service. Earlier, he spent 20 years working in the IT industry, primarily within financial services. During that time, he spent more than 12 years working in Bermuda as a senior network analyst for the Bank of Butterfield, then became an IT manager for Flag Telecom. From there, Bagnall was named senior vice president of IT for Capital G Bank (now Clarien Bank) before returning to Canada in 2005. He has been a member of the Toronto Police Service since April 2006 and has worked in primary response, community response, criminal investigations and divisional fraud Investigations. In February 2015, Bagnall joined the computer cybercrime section of intelligence services, where he currently is a cybercrime investigator.