Council for Cyber and Business Security
What do you do when cyber and physical threats converge?
Building a strong security posture is becoming more complex, and the likelihood of being compromised is increasingly inevitable.
As organizations grapple with rapidly evolving cybersecurity and physical environments, leaders need insights they can trust.
Stay informed. Keep your team safe. Join the Council for Cyber and Business Security.
Who Should Join?
Chief security officers (CSOs), chief information security officers (CISOs), other senior-level technology executives with a mandate in cyber or business security, critical infrastructure regulators, and policy leaders, as well as technology and security providers.
- Identify emerging security trends and threats that cut across industries and sectors
- Provide a foundation for informed decision-making about critical cyber and business security issues
- Encourage candid dialogue with business, government, and academic leaders
Benefits of Membership
|Timely exchanges||Thought leadership||Impact|
|Stay up to date on key developments and debates in cyber and physical security.||Hear from invited Canadian and global experts in cyber and business security.||Contribute to the conversation on emerging threats to Canadian organizations.|
For more information about the Council for Cyber and Business Security or to arrange for a guest invitation to attend one of our meetings, please contact our team.
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET; after hours, please send an e-mail.
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
CAA National Office
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
Canada Revenue Agency
Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited
Canadian Internet Registration Authority
General Dynamics Mission Systems Canada
IBM Canada Ltd.
Insurance Bureau of Canada
L3Harris Technologies Canada
New Brunswick Department of Justice and Public Safety
Ontario Power Generation Inc.
Public Safety Canada
The Conference Board of Canada
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
Trans-Northern Pipelines Inc.
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If you’re not a member and would like to become one, please contact us.
Security Enabling the Business in the “New Normal” Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA)
October 18 & 19, 2022 • 979 Bank St., 4th Floor Ottawa, Ontario
June 1, 2022
Tyrell Sassen, X-Force Incident Response Canada, IBM Canada
Marc Lafrance, Vice-President, Technological Risk and Security Officer, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
Brent Arnold, Partner, Technology Sub-Group Leader (Com Lit) Gowling WLG Canada
Stephanie Rackley-Roach, Director Corporate Performance and Chief Information Officer, City of Saint John
Aadhar (Ady) Sharma, Vice-President, National Cyber Sales Operations & Ontario BD Leader, Aon Risk Services
February 24, 2022
Karen Brownrigg, Founder, CEO, iHR Advisory Services
Dr. Ali Ghorbani, Canada Research Chair in Cybersecurity & Director of the Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity, University of New Brunswick
Brad Proffitt, Director of Operations and Cassie Wang, Head of Finance, Lightship Security, Inc.
Rod Hynes, Director, Information Security, Bell Canada