Day 1 - Wednesday, March 8, 2017

7:30
Registration Opens and Refreshments are Served
8:30
Opening Remarks from the Chair
8:40
KEYNOTE

Cyber Threats: Expanding your Security Awareness
9:20
2 Interactive Roundtable Discussions
10:40
Networking Refreshment Break
11:00
KEYNOTE

Canada’s National Cyber Security Strategy and Resources
11:30
2 Interactive Roundtable Discussions
12:50
Networking Luncheon for Delegates and Speakers
1:30
KEYNOTE

The Value of Board Buy-In and Corporate Cyber Security Culture
2:00
Final Interactive Roundtable Discussion
2:40
Networking Refreshment Break
3:00
CLOSING PANEL

Cooperation and Trust for Critical Information Sharing
4:15
Closing Remarks from the Chair

Summit Concludes Followed by Networking Reception

Day 1 - Wednesday, March 8, 2017

7:30
Registration Opens and Refreshments are Served
8:30
Opening Remarks from the Chair

Michael Primeau
President
Alberta Chapter (ISC)2

8:40
KEYNOTE

Cyber Threats: Expanding your Security Awareness

Angus MacDonald
Director, Sales Engineering
Trend Micro Canada

  • With the increasing complexity and prevalence of threats today, explore an overview of the latest emerging attacks against businesses and organizations
  • Expand your threat intelligence and security readiness around phishing, ransomware, business email compromise, and more
  • Examine tools and best practices to combat these threats

9:20
2 Interactive Roundtable Discussions
10:40
Networking Refreshment Break
11:00
KEYNOTE

Canada’s National Cyber Security Strategy and Resources

Mark Flynn
Officer in Charge of Cybercrime
RCMP

  • An overview and update of the new RCMP investigative unit rolling out over the next 5 years to combat cybercrime in Canada
  • How do Canadian national resources stack up to those in other countries? What can we learn from other jurisdictions?

11:30
2 Interactive Roundtable Discussions
12:50
Networking Luncheon for Delegates and Speakers
1:30
KEYNOTE

The Value of Board Buy-In and Corporate Cyber Security Culture

Steve Biswanger
Director, Information Security
Encana Services Company Ltd.

  • Why is it critical to get board buy-in, and what metrics are needed to get Boards of Directors interested in cyber security?
  • How to translate technical jargon to business language, to better educate executives on information security’s ROI.
  • Once you get interest from boards, how do you deliver with given resources within the entire organization?

2:00
Final Interactive Roundtable Discussion
2:40
Networking Refreshment Break
3:00
CLOSING PANEL

Cooperation and Trust for Critical Information Sharing

Chief Constable Roger Chaffin
Calgary Police Service

Robert Martin
Chief Information Security Officer, Information Risk Management
Alberta Health Services

David Shipley
Director, Strategic Initiatives, Information Technology Services
University of New Brunswick

Hani Mansi
Director, Risk and Information Security
ATCO

Bob Gordon
Executive Director
Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange (CCTX)

  • Recognize the growing need for information sharing initiatives and advancing regulations to help protect Canada’s public and private sectors
  • What are public and private sectors doing to open the lines of communication for optimal cyber security?
  • Learn best practices for information sharing among industries to foster trusted relationships

4:15
Closing Remarks from the Chair

Summit Concludes Followed by Networking Reception