Cybersecurity: July 19/20 @ iSchool, University of Toronto

Cybersecurity: July 19/20 @ iSchool, University of Toronto

Coming up soon!  Get immersed in the things you need to know about keeping your organization, library, museum or home secure.  The line-up of experienced and knowledgeable speakers will answer all your questions.

What do you need to have in place to have a secure library? What do you libraries need to recommend to their clients so they are safer online? No matter what type of library, public institution, museum or community organization you are with, you need to be prepared and knowledgeable about cybersecurity. Join our knowledgeable practitioners and leaders in discussion about cybersecurity to up your game in your organization.

Key Topics covered:

Cybersecurity: Top Issues for Public Institutions with Bo Wandschneider,  CIO, U of T
What does it all mean?  What are the key parts we need to know about?

Top 10 Tips for Security Awareness Training
Tracy Z. Maleeff, aka @InfoSecSherpa, Cyber Analyst at GSK & Guest Editor, InfoSecurity Magazine

Greatest Organizational Exposures + Solutions
Frank Cervone, Director, IT & College Information Security Officer, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago

Risk Assessment, Policies & Programs
Frank Cervone, Director, IT & College Information Security Officer, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago
Practitioners Panel: Top Cybersecurity Issues
Paul Takala, Chief Librarian/CEO,  Hamilton Public Library; Tracey Maleeff, cybersecurty analyst, GSK

The Dark Side: Privacy, Dark Web & Hacker Devices
Brian Pichman, Director, Strategic Innovation, Evolve Program

Cybersecurity Challenges & Solutions Forum
Brian Pichman, Director, Strategic Innovation, Evolve Program
A chance to ask any unanswered questions, share challenges and solutions, and discuss top of mind issues relating to cybersecurity.  Bring your own issues to share with participants and speakers.

Current Events Facilitated Discussion
Touches on Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, DNOS attacks, etc.

For more info & to register, click here.

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