Strengthening Cyber Security in the Public Service: It's Everybody's Business!

Strengthening Cyber Security in the Public Service: It's Everybody's Business!

Description

Many people are embracing the benefits of digital technologies, but these same technologies can make us vulnerable to a range of security threats. How aware are you of potential, imminent and actual cyber threats and vulnerabilities? Do you know how to identify them? How are you contributing to risks? Do you know how to protect yourself and your organization from cyber threats?

Join us for an interactive event with top national and international cyber-security experts. They will help you to increase your knowledge and awareness of cyber threats and risks.

It is important that you and all public servants learn how to take action to protect yourself and your organization from these threats. Doing so, means providing stronger, more secure services to Canadians.

Speakers and Panelists

  • Dr Thomas P. Keenan, Technology and cyber-security expert and Professor, University of Calgary
  • Lisa R. Lifshitz, Author, Technology and Privacy Lawyer and Partner Torkin Manes
  • David Knox, Assistant Professor, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Ottawa
  • Scott Wright, Chief Executive Officer, Click Armor
  • Adam Shubat, Technical Lead/Senior Developer, Ontario Digital Service, Government of Ontario
  • Luc Gagnon, Chief Technology Officer, Shared Services Canada
  • Scott Jones, Head, Canadian Centre for Cyber Security
  • Bridget Walshe, Director, Cryptographic Security and System Development, Canadian Centre for Cyber Security
  • Christopher Allison, Director General, Digital Academy, Innovation and Policy Services, Canada School of Public Service
  • Neil Bouwer, Vice President, Innovation and Policy Services Branch, Canada School of Public Service
  • Olivia Neal, Executive Director, Digital Change, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Kevin Gillespie, Manager, Digital Innovation Solutions, Innovation and policy Services Branch, Canada School of Public Service
  • Jacques Frémont, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Ottawa

Moderator

Imraan Bashir, Executive Director, Cyber Security and Digital Identity, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Masters of Ceremony

Christine Beauchamp, Director, Client Engagement and Incident Detection, Canadian Centre for Cyber Security


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