100 Public Safety Leaders will Launch a Standing Council to create a Cyber Security Roadmap for Canada, lead advocacy and expand a global information sharing network: Register today for the Forum
November 10, 2014

The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance), is hosting a two-day forum in Ottawa, November 12 & 13, 2014, to discuss the trends and impacts of online terrorism and what organizations are doing to address these threats both now and in the future. This forum will develop a cyber security roadmap for next steps including the formation of a standing council to help both private and public sector organizations keep pace with innovations and intelligence.

CATAAlliance is pleased to confirm our Canadian Forum is also benefitting from remarkable U.S. cyber intelligence and thought leadership, as offered by the Central Intelligence Agency through a keynote luncheon offered by Gus Hunt, former CTO, as well as the active participation of Gabriel Andrews, Canada's Assistant Legal Attaché for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

With a roster of senior public safety experts leading discussion (agenda here), there are dozens of recognized public safety organizations registered to attend and contribute to the conversation and knowledge sharing.

Other contributing organizations include:
Algonquin College, Avaya, Bedarra Research Labs, Blackberry, Calcul Quebec, Canadian Association of Police Governance, Canadian Centre for Cyber Risk Management, Carleton University, CFN Consultants, CGI, CISCO, Communications Security Establishment, Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada, Defence & Research Development Canada, Department of National Defence, Durham Regional Police Service, EY, eSentire, General Dynamics Canada, HP, IBM, IEEE, Industry Canada, Intel/McAfee, Inter-Op Canada, Invest Ottawa, Motorola Solutions, National Research Council, Ontario Centres of Excellence, Ontario Provincial Police, PricewaterhouseCoopers, SAS, Shared Services Canada, Symantec, Terago, TeraMach, Toronto Dominion Bank, Transport Canada, Trend Micro, Utilities Telecom Council Canada, Voice Trust, Willis College, and Wesley Clover.

There is very limited seating remaining - register today!