By 2030, two thirds of the world’s populations will live in Smart-enabled mega-cities. But how will this change affect business, infrastructure, and the daily lives of citizens? In an age of increasing cyber attacks and privacy concerns, how can we ensure that the city of the future is a safe place for everyone?
Join us as we explore the smart city, and all the issues that brings at Cyber Security 2017 – Securing the Smart City of the Future, taking place February 27-28 in Ottawa. For our third annual event on Cyber Security, we’ll be taking a look at how cyber issues are set to become a bigger part of everyday lives for both people and businesses.
Don’t miss this chance to meet with and hear from some of the top experts in the country, including:
- Saad Bashir, Chief Information Officer, City of Ottawa
- Michelle Chibba, G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University
- David Goodis, Assistant Privacy Commissioner, Policy and Corporate Services, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario
- Dr. Satyamoorthy Kabilan, Director, National Security and Strategic Foresight, The Conference Board of Canada
- Barrie Kirk, Executive Director, Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence (CAVCOE)
- Chandrasekhar Krishnamurthy, Director, Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management, Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc.
- Pauline Martin, Client Executive, Transformation Strategy, HPE Canada, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Dr. Josipa Petrunic, Executive Director, Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC)
Every year we aim to address your most pressing cyber security issues. If you have questions, challenges, or opportunities, please contact us and let us know what you’d like to see discussed. Whether you have an interest in cyber security, privacy, communications, IT, or innovation, register today to learn more about how this new world of connectivity will affect your business in the future.