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Shifting Expectations: A Reflection on Canada’s Current Regulatory Landscape and Where it May Go

Privacy leaders in the European Union have spent years preparing their organizations for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Effective May 25, 2018, Canadian businesses must comply with the new regulations to do business with EU companies.

Whether or not your organization is impacted by the new regulation, the GDPR has set the new gold-standard for data privacy – one worth understanding as the world of data protection continues to evolve and the consequences for non-compliance are heightened.

This four-part webinar series will uncover the key questions and considerations for Canadian businesses as it relates to the impact and adaption of GDPR in Canada. These discussions will look beyond current GDPR standards to examine the future of privacy legislation and how organizations can equip themselves to adhere to a higher standard of data use and protection.

This webinar is the fourth in a series of 4. The previous 3 webinars were GDPR 101: A Toolkit to Educate Non-Privacy Professionals and Operationalizing GDPR within your Organization and Tips for an Effective GDPR Governance Structure and Model.

Recorded Webinar | April 2019 | The Conference Board of Canada

Building Cyber Resilience Webinar

Organizations need to face the virtual inevitability of being impacted by cyber incidents, intrusions, and attacks of some kind. In addition to having a strong cyber security posture, building cyber resilience is critical to mitigating cyber attacks in a rapidly evolving environment. Unlike cyber security, which is usually very focused on protection, cyber resilience recognizes the inevitability of a successful cyber attack and the need for businesses to limit their impacts, maintain critical functions, and quickly return to normal following an incident.

Recorded Webinar | January 2019 | Rachael Bryson | The Conference Board of Canada

Tips for an Effective GDPR Governance Structure and Model

Privacy leaders in the European Union have spent years preparing their organizations for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Effective May 25, 2018, Canadian businesses must comply with the new regulations to do business with EU companies.

Whether or not your organization is impacted by the new regulation, the GDPR has set the new gold-standard for data privacy – one worth understanding as the world of data protection continues to evolve and the consequences for non-compliance are heightened.

This four-part webinar series will uncover the key questions and considerations for Canadian businesses as it relates to the impact and adaption of GDPR in Canada. These discussions will look beyond current GDPR standards to examine the future of privacy legislation and how organizations can equip themselves to adhere to a higher standard of data use and protection.

This webinar is the third in a series of 4. The previous 2 webinars were What You Need to Know About the GDPR: A Practical Guide for Professionals and Operationalizing GDPR within your Organization. The final webinar is on March 26. Each webinar is available to purchase for $99 or all 3 for $250.

Register Now For the Series!

Recorded Webinar | January 2019 | The Conference Board of Canada

Operationalizing GDPR within your Organization

Privacy leaders in the European Union have spent years preparing their organizations for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Effective May 25, 2018, Canadian businesses must comply with the new regulations to do business with EU companies.

Whether or not your organization is impacted by the new regulation, the GDPR has set the new gold-standard for data privacy – one worth understanding as the world of data protection continues to evolve and the consequences for non-compliance are heightened.

This four-part webinar series will uncover the key questions and considerations for Canadian businesses as it relates to the impact and adaption of GDPR in Canada. These discussions will look beyond current GDPR standards to examine the future of privacy legislation and how organizations can equip themselves to adhere to a higher standard of data use and protection.

This webinar is the second in a series of 4. The first webinar is What You Need to Know About the GDPR: A Practical Guide for Professionals the third webinar is Tips for an Effective GDPR Governance Structure and Model. The final webinar on March 26 is Shifting Expectations: A Reflection on Canada’s Current Regulatory Landscape and Where it May Go. Each webinar is available to purchase for $99 or all 3 for $250.

Register Now For the Series!

Recorded Webinar | November 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Updating Our Knowledge of the Insider Threat

Is your organization protected from insider threats? This briefing presents six recommendations for organizations to consider for building their prevention and response strategies to such threats.

Briefing | 28 pages | October 2018 | Rachael Bryson | The Conference Board of Canada

Mise à jour de nos connaissances sur la menace interne

Votre organisation est-elle protégée contre les menaces internes? Cette note d’information contient six recommandations pour vous aider à élaborer une stratégie de prévention et de riposte.

Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Note de recherche | 31 pages | October 2018 | Rachael Bryson | Le Conference Board du Canada

Cybersecurity: Crucial Collaborations

Cyberattacks are inevitable. Thanks to the internet’s intrinsic vulnerabilities and the rapid advance of technology, attackers everywhere seem to be two steps ahead of defense capabilities.

But companies can mitigate damage. Attacks may be unavoidable, but there are cross-functional cybersecurity strategies that can help your organization and institution battle cybersecurity threats.

Recorded Webinar | October 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

ARTful Meta-Leadership: The Future of Emergency Management Leadership

In this 60 minute recorded webinar, Eric J. McNulty, Associate Director of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative at Harvard, explores the changing context of crisis leadership and provides concrete steps for building both capacity and capability among professional responders and other stakeholders.

Recorded Webinar | October 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Death of the Gods: The New Global Power Grab

A ground-breaking journey to reveal the new centres of power and control in the twenty-first century. The old gods are dying. Giant corporations collapse overnight. Newspapers are being swallowed. Stock prices plummet with a tweet. Governments are losing control. The old familiarities are tumbling down and a strange new social order is rising in their place. More crime now happens online than offline. Facebook has grown bigger than any state, bots battle elections, technologists have re-invented democracy and information wars are breaking out around us. New mines produce crypto-currencies, coders write policy, and algorithms shape our lives in more ways than we can imagine. What is going on?

Recorded Webinar | September 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Understanding Cyber and Physical Security Convergence

This recorded webinar presents work recently undertaken by The Conference Board of Canada's National Security team, which addresses the challenge of merging physical and cyber security departments within a company, discusses the insights from a literature review, and provides some recommendations on the issue.

Recorded Webinar | June 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Insights from Hurricane Harvey

Colin Rizzo, Emergency Manager for the Houston Port of Authority, shares his first-hand experiences in dealing with the effects of a major hurricane.

Recorded Webinar | May 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Emergency Management Insights from the 2017 City of Clarence-Rockland Floods

The City of Clarence-Rockland experienced unprecedented flooding in the Spring of 2017, operating under a declared state of emergency for two weeks while dealing with flooded homes, businesses, and streets.

Join The Conference Board of Canada and Brian Wilson, Director of Protective Services and Fire Chief for the City of Clarence-Rockland, for a 60-minute webinar in which Brian will outline the scenario the City faced in 2017, and discuss some of the challenges and successes faced by this small municipality during the flood.

Recorded Webinar | April 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

23 Truths about Cybersecurity: Insights from the Cybersecurity Conference: Crucial Collaborations

Organizations can’t prevent all cyberattacks, but they can mitigate their effects. This requires enterprise risk management programs guided by a cyber-knowledgeable board and a leadership team that knows its risk appetite.

Report | 13 pages | March 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Building Trust in Data Innovation

Data is the life blood of Canadian Innovation, but for the expanding volumes of data to be available for machine language learning new protocols to build trust are necessary. The Non-profit Information Accountability Foundation is at the cutting edge of assuring next generation data policy guidance is acceptable in Canada.

Recorded Webinar | March 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Conjuguer les atouts : la convergence de la sécurité physique et cybernétique

Ce compte rendu de recherche porte sur le défi de la fusion des services de sécurité physique et cybernétique au sein des entreprises, examine les observations tirées d’une analyse documentaire et recommande certaines mesures.

Note de recherche | 36 pages | February 2018 | Melissa Lalonde | Le Conference Board du Canada

Combining Strengths: Cyber and Physical Security Convergence

This briefing addresses the challenge of merging physical and cyber security departments within a company, discusses the insights from a literature review, and provides some recommendations on the issue.

Briefing | 36 pages | February 2018 | Melissa Lalonde | The Conference Board of Canada

Building a Cyber Savvy Board

Cyber security continues to hit the headlines across the globe, affecting a range of organizations. The number of breaches reported and their significance keeps growing. From Equifax to Deloitte, no organization seems to be immune. It seems that the reality we need to face is that you either have been breached or you are waiting for a breach.

C-suite executives seem to bear the brunt of the responsibility for major breaches, and in some cases, this costs them their jobs. However, there is an increasing amount of attention being placed on the role of the board. What should it be and how can you ensure that boards of directors are able to effectively carry out their responsibilities with regards to cyber security?

Recorded Webinar | February 2018 | Satyamoorthy Kabilan | The Conference Board of Canada

Not If but When: Preparing for Incidents with Cyber Breach Coaching

In today’s cyber-centered landscape, it’s not a matter of “if” but “when” a breach will occur. And with the social contract of trust and transparency between customers and organizations being vitally important, organizations must invest in ensuring they prevent, identify and recover from breaches when they occur.

In this 60 minute session, Scott Pidduck, Canadian Cyber Portfolio Manager, guides you through the emerging Cyber Insurance market specifically focusing on the “Breach Coach”.

Recorded Webinar | January 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Communicating Cyber Security to the Board of Directors

It is easy to find examples of data breaches, ransomware, and online fraud across business sectors. From Target to Equifax to MacEwan University, cyber vulnerabilities have been exploited to significant financial and reputational loss. It is essential that boards of directors are informed and engaged on cyber security to protect their business interests, and yet effective communication between practitioners and boards has emerged as a key challenge to improving information risk management.

What are the potential implications of poor communication between cyber security practitioners and the board of directors, and how might these challenges be overcome? This webinar follows an executive meeting of the Conference Board of Canada’s Cyber Security Centre discussed improving board engagement and performance in cyber security. During this discussion, the communication challenges between the IT sector and the executive sector was identified as one area needing improvement to build board capacity concerning cyber security.

Recorded Webinar | January 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Future Challenges for Emergency Management

The US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has stated that “The World is changing in ways that can have major effects on the emergency management community.” Our environment is evolving at a rapid pace and the emergencies that we are encountering are evolving just as quickly in terms of scope and complexity.

If we are to be resilient to the evolving emergency management challenges of the future, we need to build an understanding of what might be changing, as well as the skills and resources we will need to effectively cope with these challenges.

Recorded Webinar | December 2017 | Satyamoorthy Kabilan | The Conference Board of Canada

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