The MapleSEC Satellite Series will delve into three topic areas that remain top-of-mind for 2021
Building on the MapleSEC flagship conference, the Satellite Series will delve into three topic areas that remain top-of-mind for 2021.
The series builds on the conversations from the inaugural MapleSEC conference and prepares the ground for the return of the three-day flagship event in October 2021. The goal of the Satellite meetings is to educate, network, partner, and find ways to push towards a more secure digital Canada by advancing the cybersecurity conversation.
Each satellite session includes a hands-on-workshop, a panel, and presentations featuring senior government and business leaders of special interest to this community – as well as updates on the latest cybersecurity threats and practices.
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NEW THREATS & RESPONSES
A panel of three CISO’s and one industry executive will share their thoughts on new and evolving cybersecurity threats. The panel will take a deep dive into how a company can be attacked and how you can detect it and mitigate the damage.
August 5, 2021
SECURITY & AI
This session will explore the challenges and opportunities for using AI-fuelled systems in the fight against cyber threats. A workshop addressing the challenge will provide for cameras-on interaction.
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LEARNING & TRAINING
Security awareness training that leverages engaging, informative learning modules and real-world phishing simulations is essential to transforming end users into cyber heroes. Your organization can strengthen data protection, empower employees across all departments, and attain all cyber security objectives.
SECURITY & AI Agenda
AUGUST 5, 2021
Jim Love, CIO ITWC
The Role of AI in Cybersecurity: Now and the Future
This panel will discuss the growing role AI is playing in the fight against cyber criminals. It will look at the challenges and benefits of the “AI adoption journey in cybersecurity.” Expect the discussion to include details of the latest threat vectors to look out for and how to handle the cybersecurity skills shortage.
Dr. Ali Dehghantanha, Canada Research Chair in Cybersecurity and Threat Intelligence
George Nastasi, Associate Partner at IBM Canada
LIVE CYBERSECURITY QUIZ
Solving the Cybersecurity Skills Gap
Cybereco is a multisectoral collective of cybersecurity talents and expertise that shares the common goal of jump-start initiatives aimed at creating a prosperous and secure future in Quebec and Canada.
CASE STUDY WORKSHOP
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