October 3, 2018

October 24th Cyber Meeting: Panel Discussion – Extending Trust to Remote Workers, CATA partnered event

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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), and CATAAlliance is joining public and private companies alike to encourage citizens to be more #CyberAware and to call on government to adopt supportive public policies #Advocacy.

This year, the initiative will focus on individual responsibility, education, and the Nation’s commitment to securing critical infrastructure. (Here’s a helpful Toolkit to read more).

Now please join Gene Villeneuve, Senior VP, Tehama, for a 3 minute video preview of the next Ottawa Cyber Meetup panel discussion on ”Extending the Perimeter of Trust to remote employees and contractors.”

The CATAAlliance partnered initiative takes place on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 (6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the offices of Pythian, 319 McRae Ave, Suite 700 · Ottawa, ON).


The objective of the Panel Discussion: Extending the Perimeter of Trust to remote employees and contractors.


  • How to protect critical infrastructure and critical information assets when working with non-employees
  • How to prevent malicious software from entering your organizations
  • How to protect intellectual property
  • How to reduce costs of engaging a global workforce while increasing your security


  • Paul Vallee, CEO of Pythian


  • Katherine Thompson, CATA Cybersecurity Alliance
  • Mario Daigle, VP Product, Interset 
  • Steve Borza, CEO, Bluink Ltd.

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Related: New Statistics Canada Report on the Impact of Cybercrime on Canadian Businesses – Register Today for Exclusive Live Video Webcast

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