OAC’s “In Discussion With” – Virtual Meeting Series
Join OAC for a member only discussion series targeted to address the COVID-19 impact and provide insight and tools for organizations to navigate through to the new post COVID reality.
OAC invites you to join an interactive discussion with special guests who will share their perspective on the situation as it unfolds, impact to global aerospace and the business support measures available.
These sessions will occur weekly on Wednesdays from 2:00 – 3:00 pm and will follow the following format: a 30-minute presentation from our guest speaker, followed by an open Q&A with participants.
Registration is free of charge and this is a member only activity. Once registered, you will be provided log-in details by email one (1) day prior to the event.
Register for this week's “In Discussion With”:
JULY 8, 2020 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Senior Cyber Security Advisor – Partnerships,
Canadian Centre for Cyber Security,
Communications Security Establishment (CSE)
"Protect your Business from Cyber Threats"
Emerging from Canada’s code-breaking efforts in WWII, the people of the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) have long been the government’s silent experts in cyber security. But new legislation has given them the mandate to reach outwards, and provide advice, guidance and services to Canadian industry and the Canadian public.
Join us to hear about CSE’s new Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS) and how they can help you to:
- protect your business from cyber threats,
- what can happen when your Intellectual Property becomes a target,
- what to do when you’re having a “Bad Cyber Day”, and
- learn cyber best practices for your remote workers in the current pandemic context.
Speaker Bio: A former Air Force telecommunications officer, Eric left the military in the mid 90s to work in the Hi Tech sector. In 2003 he joined CSE and has spent his career there performing various aspects of cyberdefence, from hands-on analysis of state-sponsored computer attacks, to software development, to his current position building cyber security partnerships.
Don't miss this opportunity to put forward your questions and concerns to the CCCS.