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Building a Cyber Savvy Board

The Conference Board of Canada, February 1, 2018
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Cyber security continues to hit the headlines across the globe, affecting a range of organizations. The number of breaches reported and their significance keeps growing. From Equifax to Deloitte, no organization seems to be immune. It seems that the reality we need to face is that you either have been breached or you are waiting for a breach.

C-suite executives seem to bear the brunt of the responsibility for major breaches, and in some cases, this costs them their jobs. However, there is an increasing amount of attention being placed on the role of the board. What should it be and how can you ensure that boards of directors are able to effectively carry out their responsibilities with regards to cyber security?

Webinar Highlights

During this webinar, Dr. Kabilan outlines six key insights for building a cyber savvy board. Whether you are on a board, work with a board or report directly to a board, these key insights can play a crucial role in building your organization's resilience to an evolving cyber security threat landscape.

About Dr Kabilan

Satyamoorthy KabilanDr. Satyamoorthy Kabilan is the Director, National Security and Strategic Foresight, with the Conference Board of Canada. In his current position, he leads the National Security and Public Safety (NSPS) team and provides leadership and oversight to all contract research and executive network activities. Dr. Kabilan co-founded and managed two technology start-ups and has been a leader in the UK’s Future Security and Intelligence Outlook Network (FUSION). In addition, he has been involved in developing the UK’s National Counter Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST), supported the capability development of the National Crime Agency, and worked on future force development for the UK’s Ministry of Defence.

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