On July 23, 2020, we hosted a live online event, featuring two RBC Cyber Security experts who shared information about how to stay safe online. We recorded this event to share online as their advice is universal. There are great tips for those who are new to online platforms, as well as some great reminders for those who are more seasoned in cyber space.
If you have any questions for Mark or David, please reach out to us directly.
About our guest speakers:
Mark McCarthy,Senior Director, Corporate Investigative Services, RBC Royal Bank
Mark is part of RBC’s Financial Crimes Group. He has spent his entire 21 year RBC career with CIS/Forensic Investigations where he began as an Investigator. He has held progressively senior roles within the group. Mark was previously with the Guelph Police where he spent most of his service in the Fraud Squad.
As the Senior Director, Mark has global responsibility for the investigation, case management, asset recovery and prosecution of serious frauds and financial crimes against RBC, including complex regulatory investigations escalated from Compliance and RBC Law. Mark is a member of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and sits on the Public Sector Liaison Committee.
David Zamler, Director of Digital Forensics, RBC Royal Bank
David is responsible for the overall strategy and operations of Digital Forensics for the enterprise. He and his team work closely with Fraud Management, Cyber Security, Security Operations, and Financial Crimes to ensure consistent investigations for all Cyber events.
David has been with RBC since November 2016, he holds designations in Information Security, Digital Forensics and a Bachelor Degree in Urban Planning/Geography from York University. Prior to joining RBC, Dave worked at CIBC, West Coast Energy, and Ernst & Young in a variety of roles including Information Security, Computer Forensics, Incident Response, Ethical Hacking and Information Systems Auditing and Assurance Services.