Canada’s NATO Podcasts: Interview with Inspector Shawna Coxon

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Listen as I interview Inspector Shawna Coxon. She is in her 20th year of policing with the Toronto Police Service. Inspector Shawna Coxon specializes in youth crime, child abuse, sex crimes, human rights, professional standards, community response, strategic analysis and the Computer Cyber Crime (C3) Section. Inspector Shawna Coxon successfully completed an Honours B.A. in Psychology from York University, a M.A. in Criminology from the University of Toronto, and her Ph.D. in Law from Leicester University. In addition, she is a published academic and she has lectured internationally. She is deeply passionate about sustainable development, education, and international human rights.

On Tuesday March 15th, the NATO Association of Canada organized a Cyber Panel and Discussion, which focused on information sharing, business, law enforcement, and civil society. The panel included Inspector Shawna Coxon, the Director of the Privacy and Cyber Crime Institute at Ryerson University, Dr. Avner Levin and George Platsis (SRI Professionals). In addition, Consultant at Mandiant, a FireEye Company, Mr. Marcus Troiano moderated the Cyber Panel and Discussion. Listen as Inspector Shawna Coxon discusses the significance and impact of the Cyber Panel and Discussion.

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Interview with Inspector Shawna Coxon
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NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA PART I

Next, listen as Inspector Shawna Coxon discusses the significance and impact of the work done in her cybercrime unit.

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Interview with Inspector Shawna Coxon
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NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA PART II

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Magdalena Surma

About Magdalena Surma

Magdalena Surma is currently Canada's NATO Program Contributor and Outreach Coordinator. Former Program Editor of Global Horizons, Magdalena completed a BA in Legal Studies (Honours) and a Masters in Public Service at the University of Waterloo. She also attended Harvard during two summers, where she completed courses in psychology, government, and law. In addition, she successfully completed Harvard Law School’s Executive Education Program in Negotiation and Leadership. Magdalena is currently completing an LLB through University of London’s International Program. She is passionate about law, government, and charitable non-profit organizations. As an avid researcher, she hopes to extend her research to investigate women in security while examining society, culture, and international relations. In addition, Magdalena is also passionate about international business and economy. She is very excited about being involved with various projects at NATO, specifically engaging youth and society about international affairs. Apart from a love of politics, Magdalena enjoys fine art, ballet, and classical music.