Greg Thompson has again graciously offered to host our next (ISC)² chapter meeting at Scotiabank on May 23, 2017 (next Tuesday). The focus of this event will be around data privacy. We have two great speakers lined up. Information below:
Where: 40 King Street West, Main floor , take escalator to second floor atrium.
When: May 23, 2017 – 5:30 – 7:30
Food and beverages will be provided.
Speaker: Nick Van Exan
Privacy & Pwnage: Managing Privacy Law Risks Before and After a Data Breach
Government regulation and class action litigation in the area of privacy law has increased dramatically over the last few years, particularly with respect to data breaches. Companies are now exposed to large risks and liabilities for data breaches, as demonstrated by the recent class action lawsuit against Ashley Madison for $760,000,000. In this talk, you’ll get an overview of the law of privacy as it relates to data breaches, and learn how you as a security professional can help mitigate legal risk both before and after a data breach occurs. Privacy & Pwnage
Speaker: Amalia Steiu
Privacy Analysis of Canada’s New Cyber Security Strategy
This presentation brings the audience up to speed with the proposed 2016 Cyber Security Strategy from Public Safety Canada, the unprecedented global DDoS attack of October 2016 which led to massive outages for Twitter, Paypal and Spotify as well as a host of Canadian organizations, how Canada can protect its national security interests and take the lead in helping the private sector, based on the new proposed Cyber Security Strategy. IAPP_CS17_PrivacyAnalysis_CyberSecurity_Strategy
As always, attendance is free and no preregistration. Hope to see you all there.