Security Day - November 20th, 2019

The Humans of Security - November 20th, 2019 Security Day

Hosted by the Information Security Branch, Office of the Chief Information Officer
Ministry of Citizens’ Services
http://www.gov.bc.ca/informationsecurity

Security Day Agenda

Opening Remarks from the Master of Ceremonies Gary Perkins, Chief Information Security Officer, Ministry of Citizens’ Services, OCIO

“Introduction of Jill Kot, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Citizens’ Services” Ian Donaldson, Assistant Deputy Minister, OCIO Enterprise Services, Ministry of Citizens’ Services

“Welcome to Security Day from the Deputy Minister of Citizens’ Services” Jill Kot, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Citizens’ Services

 

Opening Remarks

 

Opening Keynote - “The Wisdom of the Crowd” Security Awareness lessons from tens of thousands of Canadians David Shipley, Chief Executive Officer, Beauceron Security

 

The Wisdom of the Crowd

Presentation

 

“The Rise of the Internet of Medical Things” Adapting to an evolving threat landscape while protecting patient safety, security, and privacy. Ash Luft, Embedded Software Engineer, Starfish Medical

 

The Rise of the Internet of Medical Things

Presentation

 

“Stories from Outside the Cubicle/Dealing with the Attacks That Can Cause the Greatest Harm” How organizations can protect themselves from insider attacks David Balcar, Security Strategist, Carbon Black

 

Stories from Outside the Cubicle/Dealing with the Attacks That Can Cause the Greatest Harm

Presentation

 

"A Day in the Life of a Hacker; How They Think and What You Can Do to Stay Safe.” Understand today’s global threat landscape and why threat actors target specific individuals within an organization. Tips to protect yourself at home and at work. James Schwingenschloegl, Account Manager, Proofpoint Agustin Del Vento, Director, Change Champions Consulting

 

A Day in the Life of a Hacker; How They Think and What You Can Do to Stay Safe

Presentation

 

“Culture and The Reasonable Person” Each of our organizations has a changing culture that each team member contributes to. Paying attention to people will increase the security in our organizations. Kyle Loree, Director of Business Systems and Solutions, Consumer protection BC

 

Culture and The Reasonable Person

Presentation

 

“Humans in Security and Our Mobile Addiction; What could possibly go wrong?” How can we best protect ourselves in the new Digital Workspace? Humans are a key component in the security chain, how can we keep it intact? John Baker, Certified Associate, VMware

 

Humans in Security and Our Mobile Addiction; What could possibly go wrong?

Presentation

 

“No Silver Bullet for Cyber Security” Mitigating Human Errors and Incidents - Learn how to uncover, analyze, and visualize your security posture. This smarter approach to cyber security will enable IT professionals and key stakeholders to pro-actively address, remediate, and resolve incidents to protect the business from cyber threats. Sylvia B. Henson, Senior Security Specialist, IBM

 

No Silver Bullet for Cyber Security

Presentation

 

“Shared Responsibility is not Shared Risk! Managing Risk in a Shared Responsibility Environment” Learn how Risk Management activities can deal with control implementations in multiple places and arrive at a consolidated view of risk and how GRC tools can provide the support. David Pearson, Co-Founder, Iceberg Networks for RSA

 

CA 0:00 / 35:13 Shared Responsibility is not Shared Risk! Man aging Risk in a Shared Responsibility Environment”

Presentation

 

”The Humans of Security” Gary Perkins, Chief Information Security Officer, Ministry of Citizens’ Services, OCIO

 

The Humans of Security

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