April 18th 2016
On April 19th 2016, Larry Keating will be the presenter at Denton's Sharpen Your Skills: Cyber Security Trends & the Persistent Threat to Canada's Financial Services luncheon hosted by WCM (Women in Capital Markets). Mr. Keating will go over best practices for the prevention and remediation of financial phishing scams, ransomware and corporate attacks, as well as the overall economic impact of cybercrime for financial services.Agenda
- Current issues in the media involving encryption and constitutional rights to privacy
- Key threats to financial services organizations
- Evolving regulatory requirements
- Strategies for defense and remediation
Date: April 19th 2016
Time: 12:00 - 1:30pm
Address: Dentons Offices, 77 King Street West, Suite 400
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WCM – Cyber Security Trends and the Persistent Threat to Canada’s Financial Services
WCM is the largest network of professional women in the Canadian capital markets and the voice of advocacy for women in our industry. We work with our partners who include Canada's largest financial institutions to drive change in the industry and move more women into leadership roles in the industry.
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Articles from Larry Keating's (CEO, NPC) guest blog on the Huffington Post Business pages