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Enterprise Risk and Threshold Capacity in Cybersecurity

Wed, Apr. 28, 2021 | 1 - 2 p.m. ET | English

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Session Overview

Cybersecurity has never been as imperative as it is today. A 2020 CIRA Cybersecurity Report estimated that a quarter of Canadian organizations experienced a breach of customer and/or employee data in the last year, and another 38% were unaware of whether or not they had been compromised. Cyber attacks are becoming more sophisticated and increasingly better targeted than ever before. As a result, ensuring proper security in information services and products, as well as building an enterprise capability in cybersecurity, are paramount.

In this live webinar, Gary Perkins, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the Government of British Columbia, delivers his perspective on the landscape of today’s cybersecurity and how the Government of British Columbia is building their capabilities.

Note: this webinar will NOT be recorded.

Key Points

  • Understand what defensible cybersecurity is and why no organization is immune to attack 
  • Learn what organizations need to do to achieve a security posture that is defensible against compromise and attacks 
  • Learn about Esri’s approach to security, software integrity, and security framework 
  • Discover how ArcGIS can enable business continuity and recovery during downturns from ransom/extortionware 

Intended Audience

This webinar is for IT/GIS managers, senior management, and C-Level management from critical infrastructure, government, AEC, and Crown corporation businesses that are looking to improve their security vulnerability and raise their level of defensibility against unauthorized access.