WEBCAST: ISOC Canada – Defending Against Cyber Threats

livestreamOn Monday November 22 2021 at from 14:00-16:30 EST (19:00-21:30 UTC) the Internet Society Canada Chapter, in association with British High Commission Ottawa and the U.S. Embassy Canada, hosts an online forum ‘Defending Against Cyber Threats‘. With the digital transformation in full swing, cyber threats against businesses and critical infrastructure continue to increase—sparking a critical and ongoing discussion on the ever-evolving threat landscape and potential solutions. Cyber espionage is one of the most pervasive menaces afflicting the innovation economy. Universities are battling a series of IP theft vectors. These rising threats, and beyond, must be addressed to ensure the security and prosperity of both the economy and ourselves.

Franca Palazzo, ISOC Canada
David Reed MBE, British High Commission Ottawa
Sara Wilshaw, Chief Trade Commissioner, Canada
MODERATOR – Mary Jane Dykeman, INQ Law

PANEL 1 Protecting Businesses and Critical Infrastructure from Cyber Attacks
Robert W. Gordon, Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange (CCTX)
Kush M. Sharma, former CISO, City of Toronto
Dr. Richard J. Harknett, University of Cincinnati
Shawn M., Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)

PANEL 2 IP Theft & Cyber Espionage
Amalia Barthel, University of Toronto
Dr. Ramesh Rajaduray, IIPCC
Scott Smith, Kloke.ai / Managedprivacy.ca
MODERATOR – Bonnie Butlin, Security Partners’ Forum


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