Cyber Security 2017: Securing the Smart City of the Future
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As cities in Canada and around the world continue to evolve, many municipalities are looking toward a future of smart technologies. Cyber Security 2017 sought to discuss how cities and business alike would be impacted by the evolution of technology and the expanding ease of adoption.
In 2017, much focus was placed on learning how smart cities run, how business could help, and what management lessons could be brought back to organizations. Speakers focused on education, practical lessons, debate and reflection, and forecasting for the future.
Delegates walked away from this event with a broader understanding of the current smart city landscape, it’s many moving parts and the pros and cons for expanding the technical infrastructure to allow more smart cities to emerge.
Featured Speakers From the 2017 Event
Director, BlackBerry Security
Director, Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management
Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc.
Privacy and Big Data Institute
Chief Security Officer, Manager Corporate Security, Law Department
The City of Calgary
Josipa G. Petrunic
Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Urban Transit & Research Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC)
We’d like to thank our generous sponsor for their contribution to this event.