Join Kevin Wennekes, Chief Business Officer for the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance, as he interviews Valarie Findlay, government security consultant and post-graduate in the Terrorism Studies Program, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St. Andrew's, in a discussion on plans for their Communicating the Threat research study being launched this month.
This study, described in greater detail below, is based on and substantiated by data gathered and presented in the Preliminary Study, Cyber-Threats, Terrorism and the Counter-Terror Model, by Valarie Findlay.
Ms. Findlay is President of HumanLed, Inc. and has managed and participated in the transformation of mission critical systems, developed cyber-security strategies and frameworks to meet data, resource and system requirements, revitalized threat and risk assessment approaches, and identified capabilities and methodologies to deliver countermeasures aligned with departmental security strategies for policing, military and government departments.
Tune in to the live broadcast
On Thursday, January 15 at 2 PM EST: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1RdNoBO0zI
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Act now to obtain a complimentary copy of Ms. Findlay's preliminary study: Cyber-Threats, Terrorism and the Counter-Terror Model.
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The detailed study, Communicating the Threat, has a three-fold focus:
Through one-on-one interviews with key executives and stakeholders in the Canadian public sector, crown corporation or private sectors where national assets would be impacted, the study will seek input (in the context of the above focus areas) by examining: 1)the current overall practices in information sharing and gathering; 2)types and scope of information exchanged; and 3)limitations or gaps in the above and suggested improvements.
Using the results of the detailed study, a final report that describes a feasible practice and business model and its implementation in private and public sector will be produced in collaboration with interested organizations.
To learn more about the study and the benefits associated with becoming a recognized supporter, contact Valarie Findlay at firstname.lastname@example.org.