Recording of the CIPS Dec 6th Live Webinar: “Cyber Attacks are on the rise and are evolving – How should we deal with this problem”
Cyber attacks with growing scope and impact continue to grab front page headlines. No sector is immune: bad actors see relatively soft targets, with vast stores of personal data and care of critical infrastructure and services.
In the face of evolving threats, decision-makers and Boards are increasingly looking and if not should be looking to anchor their information risk management strategy in the protection of critical assets. But, challenged with ongoing service delivery and budgetary pressures, many organizations have struggled to embrace a new “inside-out” model. And, defining and sustaining accountability remains a challenge. To help respond effectively to these evolving threats, this round table event will bring together business and technology executives, industry experts and cyber-risk thought leaders for a collaborative information sharing session. We will focus on common challenges and successes, including practical and proactive ways to improve cyber readiness at a high level. Questions and topics to be discussed:
A new model for cyber risk management; the role of leadership, Directors & the C-Suite
Effectively engaging the board and management team on technology risk. Demystifying technology and translating technical risks into business terms
Trends; cyber legal risks facing board members and senior management. Practical approaches, quick wins & moving from reactive to proactive risk management”
Speaker: “Jason Doel is co founder, Tracker Networks Inc. where he manages the company’s go-to-market strategy, sales and marketing, operations and solution delivery.
Jason works with dozens of leading organizations in Canada, the US and Europe, advising business and technology executives on practical and sustainable ways to identify, track and reduce cyber risk. Jason has an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and an Honours Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Ontario.”
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