The Canadian Institutes North American Resilient Infrastructure Symposium
|Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2011||End Date/Time: Sep 29, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 31, 2011|
Implications of advanced cyber threats on critical infrastructures in North America have become a sticking point in the minds of government officials and security professionals. Recent developments indicate that organizations in the US and Canada are becoming the targets of cyber criminals. These challenges continue to add complexity to developing strategies to remain competitive and develop resilient infrastructures. As the attacks become more sophisticated experts believe there is greater need to strengthen the human dimension and promote collaboration across borders and sectors to ensure integrity and resilience.
The Canadian Instituteâ€™s North American Resilient Infrastructure Symposium 2011 will address resiliency of critical infrastructures from a stakeholder and business perspective. Hear from government officials and industry experts from Canada and the USA as they explore the benefits of cross border approaches and consistency in regulation and initiatives. Plus! An international case study on securing the commercial space, when critical infrastructure is in private hands.
Gain critical information in areas such as the US-Canada Action Plan, public-private sector collaboration, interconnectivities across sectors and borders and new developments in technology and cyber security.
Learn what is working! Join these thought leaders as they explore:
-The importance of critical infrastructure protection for global competitiveness
-Achieving resilience across the cyber ecosystem
-Security risks and threats faced by complex systems today
-New developments for securing your enterprise from cyber crime