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Cyber Security 2018: Building Resilience Now and For the Future

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2018 Event

Each day brings a new security breach or loss of valuable data by a company or government department. As the headlines indicate, attacks vary from continent wide ransomware to election hacking in the U.S., to assaults on specific critical infrastructure or commercial enterprises. With so many threats at play, now is the time to ask yourself—is your organization prepared?

Since no organization is 100% secure, the focus has shifted from cyber security to cyber resilience. Complete security is a myth—no one can defend themselves against every possible attack. This event identified a three-part strategy for maximum cyber resilience. The three parts covered different but essential aspects of any resilient cyber security strategy:

  1. Before a breach—How to best identify and track existing threats and create systems and people that will effectively defend against attack.
  2. After a breach—A contingency plan for business continuity, how to respond to ransom demands, and a state of the art strategy for stakeholder communications.
  3. Future threats and your response—The risks that the future holds and how to track them, and the processes in place to prepare.

Featured Speakers From the 2018 Event

Allaz Valani

Allaz Valani
Research Director
Security Compass

Nadim Baklouti

Nakim Baklouti
Chief Technology Officer

David McGown

David McGown
Senior Vice-President, Strategic Initiatives
Insurance Bureau of Canada

Robert Gordon

Robert Gordon
Executive Director
Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange (CCTX)

Alex Cameron

Alex Cameron
Partner, Chair of Privacy and Information Protection Group
Fasken Martineau

Justin Fong

Justin Fong
Partner, Western Canada Cybersecurity Practice


We’d like to thank our generous sponsors for their contribution to this event.

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