June 19, 2018 (Tuesday)
Registration and Hot Breakfast
7:35 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Qualifies for 1.0 PD credits
How Much Cyber Security is Enough?
Sponsored by the FMI Regina Chapter and the
Institute of Internal Auditors - Saskatchewan Chapter
1818 Victoria, Regina SK
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
When it comes to
investing in cyber security, there are several questions that are
frequently asked by the C-suite:
- Am I spending enough on cyber security?
- Am I spending on the right enhancements for cyber
- How much cyber security is enough?
- How do I measure the effectiveness of my cyber security
A challenge with
cyber security is that the cyber threat is always evolving,
resulting in the requirement for enhancements or new capabilities
in order to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability
of computer systems and the data that they hold.
will cover what organizations should be doing when it comes to
cyber security, and what organizations should be planning on doing.
We will also discuss the concepts of "how much cyber security is
enough" and "how to measure the effectiveness of the cyber security
About the Presenter - Kent
Kent is a Director within
Deloitte's Cyber Risk Services. Kent has 30 years' experience in
the public sector. Since joining Deloitte, Kent has worked with
clients at the federal, provincial and municipal governments, in
the financial services sector (major banks and financial
institutions in Canada and Israel), pension funds, insurance,
higher education, healthcare, nuclear energy and gaming.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Kent was the Chief
Information Security Officer (CISO) for the Government of Ontario,
responsible for the confidentiality, integrity and availability of
the Government's information systems and information contain
therein, supporting over 65,000 Government employees and 13 million
citizens. His scope of responsibilities included the 24/7 cyber
security operations centre, education and awareness, identity and
access management, vulnerability management, intelligence and
situational awareness, policy, forensics, cyber risk assessments
across the Government, security engineering and compliance.
Before becoming the provincial government's
CISO, Kent was at Public Safety Canada's National Cyber Security
Directorate. He led the creation of cyber situational awareness for
the Government of Canada and the formulation of the National Cyber
Incident Management Framework. He also led the creation of cyber
exercises (crisis management) for federal security and intelligence
departments and agencies.
Prior to joining Public Safety Canada, Kent
served in the Royal Canadian Air Force, attaining the rank of
Lieutenant-Colonel. He served in a variety of operational, staff
and command roles in Canada and the United States. He focused on
cyber security operations for both domestic and deployed military
operations (Afghanistan, Bosnia, and Africa), cyber intelligence
with key allies and strategic cyber policy.
Prior to joining the Air Force, Kent served
as a Forensic Specialist for the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police. Kent is originally from Regina, Saskatchewan.
breakast is included and this session qualifies for 1.0 PD
Registration Period and
Breakfast - 7:30 a.m. - 8:00
- 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.