Richmond Hill, Ontario Sep 22, 2022 (Issuewire.com) - Ontario's Cyber Security Centre of Excellence will be hosting its third annual cybersecurity conference, Managing Digital Risks in the Broader Public Sector, on October 3rd, 2022. For the first time ever, this conference will be held in a hybrid format, providing both in-person and virtual attendees with the chance to hear from leading cybersecurity experts across Ontario. Registration is now open to all members of the broader public sector (BPS) for this event.
Geared towards the BPS, this full-day conference will focus on how employees and organizations can best protect themselves from the ever-evolving cyber threats faced in today's digital age by improving their cyber security capabilities. Attendees will start their day with a keynote address from Melissa Hathaway- President of Hathaway Global Strategies- on the human factor in cyber security, followed by sessions on the cyber security talent gap, diversity in cyber security, and current cyber threats in Ontario. Attendees will also get the chance to hear from the Ontario Government's Cyber Security Expert Panel representatives on their recommendations for improving digital resilience throughout the broader public sector.
"Join us for our third annual Cyber Security Conference on October 3rd for an exciting opportunity to network with top industry leaders and attend impactful discussions on topics such as Digital Risks on the Rise: Sharing the Cyber Security Landscape Internationally, The Defensive Power of Diversity in Cyber Security, Building the Next Generation Talent Pipeline for the Public Sector and many more!" - Rhonda Bunn, Chief Information Security Officer, Cyber Security Division at the Ministry of Public and Business Service Delivery.
"For a third year, the Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst at Toronto Metropolitan University is excited to partner with the Government of Ontario to host the government's major annual cybersecurity conference for the broader public sector, this year focused on 'Managing Digital Risks In the Broader Public Sector'. Building on the success of the conference in 2020 and 2021, we're thrilled to welcome again leading cybersecurity experts and leaders from across the public, private and academic sectors to provide key insights and advice--with the vital objective of helping Ontario's public sector organizations to build and maintain their cybersecurity. And we are pleased that for the first time, the conference will be delivered to attendees both in-person and virtually." - Charles Finlay, Executive Director, Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst.
"siberX is excited to partner again with the Province of Ontario & Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst providing event management services with the bespoke touches siberX is known for. We are also proud to leverage our innovative solutions by utilizing our conference streaming platform which will bring a true hybrid experience, creating and expanding ways to network and engage with community members, furthering cybersecurity in the broader public sector." - Mahdi Raza, CEO, siberX.
Come join Ontario's Cyber Security Centre of Excellence on October 3rd either online or in-person at the Paramount Event Space in Woodbridge, Ontario, to learn more about how to protect your organization against rising cyber threats. Registration is now open!
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