Now entering its sixth consecutive year, the NetDiligence Cyber Risk Summit in Toronto provides insights on new trends in the Canadian cyber insurance market. This conference features more than 60 speakers at the forefront of privacy liability and risk management.
Canadian financial institutions – including banks, credit unions, insurance companies and securities/investment firms – face an increasingly complex regulatory web. Regulators in Canada and globally are imposing increased pressure on financial institutions to assess, monitor and mitigate regulatory and operational risks.
This moderated session will provide an overview of the high-level situation, examine some of the details involved with specific recent cases, and finish with a discussion on lessons learned, and potential “crowd think” solutions.
Overview This session examines the impact of government policies on cyber security at post-secondary institutions and the concrete steps institutions can take to protect themselves and their students from cyber threats. Agenda To view full conference agenda, click here.
Institutions across the country are actively attempting to defend themselves against cyber threats, which are constantly increasing in number and level of sophistication. Just how prepared are we? And how do we know we are improving? This workshop will focus on the activities required to assess and improve our individual and collective cybersecurity postures.
The digital age has transformed human resources. Technology can enable greater consistency in employee management and ensure that decisions are backed by data and precedent. Employers have access to more information than ever, but also face potential risks when using technology to analyze employees. Employers also face privacy and security issues when using AI, big data, and predictive analytics. Join us for a discussion of the employment law considerations on the use of technology in HR.
Privacy Law and Access to Personal Information
Change is a constant in the human resources world, particularly for Ontario’s school boards. Ongoing developments in the law, whether through new legislation, arbitrations or the courts, and the rapid evolution of best practices create a fast-paced learning environment for human resources professionals, directors of education, supervisory officers and trustees.
This one-day interactive workshop focuses on fundamental legal principles relating to attendance management and will provide tips on drafting a successful attendance management plan.
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