CIO Breakfast Series
The Calgary Chapter of the CIO Association of Canada invites its members and other senior IT executives to meet, network, learn, and discuss topics relevant to their business.
Breakfast Event -- Thursday March 20, 2014
Topic: Navigating an investigation: how it impacts the technology team
Speakers: Gina Campbell, Corey Fotheringham, Deloitte
Time: 7:30 -- 9:30am MDT (Presentation and Discussion from 8:00 to 9:00)
Location: Chinook 1 - Calgary Telus Convention Centre, Calgary Marriott Hotel, 110 9th Avenue Southwest, Calgary (View Map here)
Fee: Complimentary for CIO Association members; $40 for qualified non-members
The session will discuss various types of investigative situations focusing on those where the CIO (or designate) may be involved, and will identify sample investigative matters, advance considerations, and common pitfalls.
About the Speakers:
Gina Campbell, CA, IFA, CPA, CFF, CFE
Gina Campbell is a Partner with Deloitte based in Calgary. She is a forensic accountant by training with over 12 years experience investigating and assisting companies to address the risk of fraud and corruption. Her investigative experience includes the areas of alleged corruption, fraud, financial misconduct and breach of fiduciary duty. Gina has conducted investigations in numerous countries for clients in a range of industries including energy and resources, manufacturing, technology and telecommunications, and the public sector. Gina also acts as an advisor, assisting her clients to develop fraud and corruption risk management programs.
Corey Fotheringham, A+, MCP, CFCE, CEECS
Corey Fotheringham is the national leader of Deloitte’s Computer Forensics & eDiscovery practice and the Eastern leader of Deloitte’s Analytic and Forensic Technology practice. He specializes in the application of technology in facilitating and supporting litigation teams in conducting complex investigations utilizing computer forensics, data analytics and e-discovery services. Previously a detective with the Ontario Provincial Police – Electronic Crime Section, Corey has over 20 years’ experience conducting computer forensic examinations and investigations. He has frequently appeared as an expert witness in the Provincial and Superior Courts of Ontario in the seizure and forensic examination of computer systems.
NB Save the dates for our upcoming events: April 17, May 15, June 19