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Cybersecurity for Canadian Organizations
Risks + What to Do

Digital technologies offer many benefits, but they also expose their users to an increasing range of threats with the potential not only to cripple or destroy an organization’s digital assets and data, but also to cause huge financial losses. It is not just mega-corporations that are at risk. Medium and small-sized organizations are becoming the primary targets, as hackers and cyber criminals realize that many have not taken the same steps to protect themselves that large entities have. The issue is not so much if an organization will suffer a cyber incident but when. 

Designed for In-house Counsel, Risk Managers, Privacy Officers and C-Suite, this interactive seminar will feature: speakers with extensive experience in cybersecurity law, real-life case studies, and discussion on the risks and the steps organizations need to consider to protect themselves and respond to cyber incidents.

Topics covered during this comprehensive half-day workshop will include:

  • The cybersecurity risks facing organizations today
  • The magnitude of the cyber-liability problem
  • Your obligations under current cybersecurity law
  • Steps you should take to prevent a cybersecurity incident
  • How to mitigate risk, including tips on choosing the appropriate kind of insurance

Registration is limited so register early to guarantee your spot in this intimate and informative session. 

Date: Monday, February 26, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Date: Thursday, March 1, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Breakfast and Registration will begin at 8:30 AM. 

COST: $150.00/attendee


For workshop questions in Calgary, contact Joanne at
For workshop questions in Edmonton, contact Kate at