The Realities of Cybersecurity for Public Sector Employees

Date: October 17, 2019 | Time: 2:00 pm

This webinar is based on findings from recent breach investigations and will provide participants with practical insights to ensure data protection is seen as a top priority for the well-being of any organization.

We will outline how to get started on the journey to improve your cyber security and tips on how to make immediate changes that can significantly improve the security of the Canadian public sector.

Beyond the high-profile cases that have brought data security to the forefront, you will learn about the top cyber security risks facing all types of Canadian organizations.

And finally we will review steps you can take to now to prepare your people, protect your infrastructure, and improve your cyber security maturity.



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Speakers

Sandy Boucher

Sandy Boucher

Sandy is a specialist in fraud and corruption investigations, background due diligence inquiries, asset tracing and recovery, managing major investigations and security. Sandy works on detecting and preventing fraud and corruption and divides his time between investigating such cases and advising organizations on how to prevent them from occurring. He has led and conducted a wide range of investigations including a number of high level corruption probes and has testified around the globe in both civil & criminal courts. Sandy heads the national investigative research, and anti-corruption practices.

Sandy has over 29 years of experience as an investigator including 12 with the Royal Hong Kong Police and 17 in the private sector, he has been with Grant Thornton for nearly four years. Sandy has worked in a wide range of industries and sectors including investigations in the financial services sector. He has led many major international investigations including the case of Salim Damji who was convicted in a fraud estimated at $100 million.