Security Canada Central announces this year’s distinguished keynote speaker!
Brittany McBain, Civilian Member of the RCMP
and expert on Critical Infrastructure Security
You won’t want to miss the keynote on October 18 at Security Canada Central in Toronto. We are excited to announce Brittany McBain, Civilian Member of the RCMP and expert on Critical Infrastructure Security as keynote speaker. The topic of Brittany’s presentation will be “Protecting Canada’s Critical Infrastructure.” Throughout the one hour presentation, Brittany will share her knowledge of domestic threats, natural disasters, and International terrorism as it relates to Canada.
Brittany’s presentation will deal with the history of terrorist activity in Canada and what on-going initiatives are taking place to protect our energy sector, communications and information technology industry, our core financial institutions, food, water, transportation, government, and manufacturing.
The keynote will take place at 9 a.m. on October 18, prior to the opening of day one of the Security Canada Central show.
CM Brittany McBain has been with the RCMP since 2009. She is a Criminal Intelligence Analyst and has worked in the Ontario Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (O-INSET) Criminal Analysis Section (CAS) for more than 5 years. She was recently promoted to supervisor of the GTA CAS unit. Brittany holds the critical infrastructure portfolio for O Division, and is a member of the National Critical Infrastructure Team. She has taught on intelligence analysis, national security, and critical infrastructure matters both domestically and overseas including in Nigeria for the Canadian Police College and in Belize and Mexico for the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute. She is currently completing her MA in Intelligence and Security from the University of Leicester in the UK.
Held in six locations across Canada, Security Canada trade shows attract thousands of security professionals looking to find the best products and services the industry has to offer. Produced by the Canadian Security Association (CANASA), these events are your best opportunity to stay connected with suppliers and see their latest innovations first-hand.
The Canadian Security Association (CANASA) is the largest security association in Canada, representing more than 1300 professional security companies across the country in all segments of the electronic security industry. Our member companies include installers (alarm, CCTV, and access control), monitoring stations, and consultants.
Security Canada Central takes place:
October 18 & 19, 2017
Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Rd.
Ontario M9W 1J1
Register for the keynote early as we are expecting this session to sell out quickly!