The Future Of Cybersecurity Webinar

| October 18, 2023
Submitted by Stephanie Badour for DSB

Are your digital assets secure? Do you understand the current cybersecurity landscape?

Today, 1 in 4 Canadians feel they are not prepared to face cyber threats according to This webinar will help address the current state of cybersecurity, best practices, digital innovation and its impact on cybersecurity, and future trends.

Featuring Industry Experts:

  • Farah Ismail – Senior Vice-President, Chief Legal, Privacy and Compliance Officer at SE Health
  • Gayleen Gray – Associate Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at McMaster University
  • Dr. Milena Head – Director, McMaster Digital Transformation Research Centre

In an age where digital innovation is transforming the way we live, work and connect, cybersecurity has become paramount. Organizations and individuals are constantly exposed to an evolving landscape of cyber threats, making it essential to stay updated on the latest trends, best practices and innovative solutions for safeguarding your digital privacy.


  • Tuesday, October 31
  • Time: 2:00 p.m. (EST)
  • Location: Virtual

Register here.

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One thought on "The Future Of Cybersecurity Webinar"

  1. Korede Ologun says:

    I am unable to attend today because I have a clashing schedule. If there will be recording, kindly share. I look forward to the next event on cybersecurity. Thank you.

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