October 23, 2018
New Statistics Canada Report on the Impact of Cybercrime on Canadian Businesses: Exclusive Video Briefing Now Available
In this exclusive, one-hour briefing, Mohammad Lari, Economist, with Statistics Canada’s Economist, Investment, Science and Technology Division, provides an in-depth review of the 2017 Canadian Survey of Cyber Security and Cybercrime report, which was publicly released October 15, 2018.
Viewers will get answers that reveal the results provided by over 10,000 private enterprises on critical cybercrime matters including:
- Adoption and use of the types of technology and services targeted by cybercrime actors
- The types of cybersecurity measures businesses deploy
- How many businesses employ dedicated cyber security staff and the number they employ
- The breakdown of how the $14 billion invested into cybersecurity staff and solutions was spent
- How many companies reported being impacted by a cybercrime and how they were impacted in terms of down time and lost revenues
- How frequently they reported cybercrimes to police and other reporting agencies
- How many were able to identify who was behind the cybercrime and their motivation behind it.
This dynamic, interactive video briefing captures a detailed review of the report results supported by a formal PowerPoint presentation lead by Mr. Lari as well as the live Q&A with an audience who engaged by video, telephone or by submitting questions via chat box through the live stream interface.
To view this briefing, visit: https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/statscancybercrime
To access the full report, visit: http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/181015/dq181015a-eng.htm
3rd Annual International Policing Cybercrime Summit 2018 (#IPCS2018)
Register today for 3rd Annual International Policing Cybercrime Summit 2018 (#IPCS2018) and share in discussions being led by over two dozen recognized cybercrime experts from across Canada, and the U.K. Being held November 5-7 in Fredericton, N.B. Register today!
Watch these #IPCS2018 Videos featuring noted Speakers and details on the unique Innovation Den Opportunities for sponsors. Only 3 Dens remain – act now to secure your company’s private audience with 25 law enforcement cybercrime and cyber security leaders!
Closing Day 1 Keynote: Kristin Judge, CEO of the Cybercrime Support Network:
- Quantum Computing IPCS2018 Highlights with Paul Lucier, Vice President, ISARA Corp: https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/quantumipcs2018
- Addressing the Cyber Skills Gap featuring #IPCS2018 panelists William Kierstead, Senior Education Consultant, CyberNB, Dr. Arash Habibi Lashkari, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Computer Science, University of New Brunswick, and Sgt. Alex Baron, Canadian Police College: https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/cyberskillspanel
- The Innovation Dens featuring Deputy Chief Scott Tod, eCrime Cyber Council Co-Chair: https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/innovationdens
- Confronting Cybercrime through International Collaboration – Gold Sponsor Pierre Chamberland: https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/pchamberland
- For companies interested in securing one of the last remaining Innovation Den opportunities, contact Kevin Wennekes at email@example.com or by calling (613) 769-8614.
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