Session 1: How Can Internal Audit Assist with Cyber Risk
Organization At Risk Of Cyber Attacks?
innovations continue to create new opportunities for growth, they are also
giving rise to new risks - cyber risk. Over the past two years, we have seen a
rise globally in the number of publicly reported cyber-attacks against
organizations of all sizes and across various industries. These attacks have
been motivated by several factors including economic crime, espionage,
terrorism and social/political activism.
What Are The Impacts Of
Organizations are feeling
the impact of these cyber-attacks extend beyond direct financial losses to also
include targeted or collateral damage to their brand and reputation, relations
with regulators, business relations, share price and customer confidence. As
such management of cyber risk is increasingly becoming a board and executive
session, you will hear about:
- Current and emerging cyber threats;
- Leading practices for cyber risk
- Considerations for internal audit.
Session 2: Securing the Cloud…Managing Risk and Driving
Cloud computing has emerged as one of the
most significant information technology (IT) developments. As a new framework
for the way IT solutions are designed, sourced, and used for services delivery,
it offers organizations new and flexible ways to manage IT costs, scale IT
operations, and streamline related processes. However, clouds also present new
dimensions of complexity relating to information security and privacy.
this session, you will hear about:
- Understanding the risk
implications of moving your IT platforms to the cloud; and
- How to effectively manage risks
and protect your information already in the cloud.
Session 1: Saj Nair,
Nair is a Director in PwC's Cyber Resilience and Information Security practice.
His core areas of specialization include cyber resilience, security strategy,
emerging technology security and M&A security risk management. He has
international experience providing consulting services to organizations of all
sizes and across several industry groups in North America, Australia, Asia and Europe.
Session 2: Dina Kamal,
Senior Manager, Deloitte
Dina Kamal is a senior manager at Deloitte's
Security and Privacy practice in Canada. Dina assists her clients with a
variety of security and infrastructure-related services, in particular mobile
security, cyber security strategy and governance, cyber threat intelligence,
information security controls, and cloud security related services that covers
assessing the cloud risks, prioritizing these risks and developing controls and
processes to manage these risks effectively.
As space is limited, please pre-register by calling or emailing the IIA
Toronto Chapter Office. Late registrations may not be accommodated due to space
limitations. Substitutions are welcome.
To register online, please visit the event website:
Inn, 200 Holiday Inn Drive,
Cambridge, Ontario, N3C 1Z4
Registration And Continental Breakfast:
8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
Session 1: 8:45 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Networking Break: 10:15 a.m. – 10:30
Session 2: 10:30 a.m. – 12:00
Members - $95.00 (Plus HST) / Non-Members - $110.00 (Plus HST) /
Students – Free When Presenting Valid Student Card At Venue
Please Note: There is a
cancellation policy in effect.
CPE: 3.0 credits