Staying Ahead and Adapting to Fast-Paced Change in Cyber Security
The demand for a relevant and resilient cybersecurity plan is imperative due to the increased frequency and severity of cyber-attacks on organizations. The battle against cyber risk expands beyond the sole responsibility of our security leaders and is now embedded within the whole organization.
Public Sector Network’s Cyber Security and Risk Management Roadshow will focus on how to strengthen cyber security strategies, and how to stay ahead of emerging risks. Creating a stronger cybersecurity landscape and adopting innovative technology can help combat cyber risks impacting organizations.
This event will benchmark and highlight key cyber challenges and solutions faced by Canadian organizations. Join us to learn, discuss and network with other cyber security trailblazers. It is the perfect opportunity to hear from your cybersecurity peers through a range of case studies and interactive sessions on the opportunities and risks that have emerged across the industry.
Benefits of Attending
Your Inspiring Speakers
Sr. Manager – Information & Technology Services
Cyber Security Project Manager
Director, Information & Technology Services
Port of Halifax
Senior Technical Advisor – Cyber Security
Enterprise Architect, Federal Government
Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia
Director, Information Security and Data Stewardship
Senior Director | ESG & Digital Trust
BC Ministry of Energy, Mines & Low Carbon Innovation
Vice President, Communications and Public Affairs
Assistant Deputy Minister and Chief Information Security Officer
Government of Alberta
VP Technology and Innovation
Edmonton International Airport
Alberta Pensions Services Corporation
Rita Lazar-Tippe GCB.D
Board Member, McDougall House – Mental Health care in Edmonton & National Board Member, Sponsorship CIO Association of Canada, 2021 CIO of the Year
Assistant Deputy Minister (Review Services)
Department of National Defence
Shared Services Canada
National Research Council of Canada
Director General Email and Workplace Technology Services
Shared Services Canada
Director of Business Application Resilience, Office of the CISO
City of Toronto
CISO/ Manager Cybersecurity & Risk Management/CISO
Toronto Community Housing
Chief Privacy Officer and Archivist of Ontario Information, Privacy and Archives Division
Ministry of Public and Business Service Delivery
Director, Cyber Security Operations (Interim)
Government of Ontario
Director, IT Security
The 2022 Cyber Security Roadshow features the latest initiatives throughout Canada; sharing key projects, best practice and insights via keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, and roundtable chats.
Continuous Battle of Cyber Security – Fatigue Leads to Errors
Hybrid Cloud Model – Balancing Innovative Technology and Privacy Regulations
Bolstering Cybersecurity in Your organization by Driving Innovation and Efficiency with Cloud Technology
Starting from the Inside – Explore the Strategies to Protect your Organization against Insider Risk and Threat
Protect your Data – Shifting the Risk from Monetary Loss to Data Loss
Cyber Security Landscape – Unlocking Value by Understanding and Adapting to Change
- What considerations should organizations take into account when phasing out legacy systems?
- What strategies are organizations utilizing to increase digital and cyber literacy?
- What should an organization do when they notice a cybersecurity breach or threat?
- What are you doing to keep your team relevant, up to date on changes, and embracing a forward-thinking mentality?
- Can cybersecurity ever be labelled as a business enabler? If so, where do you focus your attention to achieve such a goal?
- With limited funding, what strategies are public sector organizations using to prioritize projects/tasks?
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