Meet legal obligations to safeguard and protect client/customer information - in your own hands - and in the hands of third party providers
Understand the dynamics, roles and responsibilities of the Cyber Security Team - including who, where, when and how it will function
Hear legal cases on reporting and notification thresholds
Competently comply with regulations in the course of managing active threats, attempted intrusions, serious data breaches, aftermath and consequences
Apply a checklist approach to audits to see how your organization measures up
Build and test for privacy and cyber awareness and effectiveness training at all levels of your organization
Develop more robust objective tool for determining if there is real risk of significant harm
Who Should Attend This Event
In-house General Counsel
Government Access to Information and Privacy Personnel
VPs, Managers, Directors and Officers of:
Enterprise Risk Management
Emergency and Security
Public and Government Relations
Business Continuity Planning
This event is eligible for 11.5 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) and continuing learning education (CLE) credits that are required by provincial law societies on a yearly basis. As CPD programs are usually online self-reporting systems, please contact your regulating body to apply for the accreditation of this course. Upon request we will provide you with a certificate of attendance for professional development credits based on the sign-in/sign-out sheet at the registration desk onsite at the event - don't forget to sign in when you arrive for your course!
Cyber attacks are increasing in frequency and complexity. No company is immune. Failure to take the appropriate steps will leave your organization more vulnerable to privacy breaches, litigation, expensive downtime, enormous recovery costs, and lasting reputational damage.
Infonex’s Legal Issues in Privacy & Cyber security event will address the evolving threat landscape in your industry. Learn how to: determine whether or not you are meeting your legal obligations to protect client and customer information - in your own hands or in the hands of third parties; apply best practices in reacting to a cyber attack; what your Incident Response Plan should contain; when to notify the Privacy Commissioner and the client, and more.
Hear from leaders and experts at RBC, Air Canada, Telus, Waterfront Toronto, Metrolinx, Hamilton Health Sciences, Cancer Care Ontario, University Health Network, Computershare Canada, Canadian Bankers Association, McCain Foods and more as they share their strategies for safeguarding data.
This event is eligible for Substantitive Hours towards continuing professional development credits. Upon request we will provide you with a certificate of attendence for professional development credits based on the sign-in/sign-out sheet at the registration desk onsite at the event - don't forget to sign in when you arrive for your course!
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