Rethinking Cyber Security
Venue: National Club of Canada, 303 Bay Street, Toronto
Registration/Cash Bar: 5:30 - 6:00 PM
Pick-up Dinner: 6:00 PM
Speaker's Introduction/Session on Cyber Security and Q&A: 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Other Speaker (tentative): 7:30 PM
Dress Code: Business Casual (No Jeans/No T-Shirts)
Cyber fraud has evolved into a set of highly specialized criminal products and services that are able to target personal and financial information. Fraudsters are now using a sophisticated set of malware exploits and anonymization systems which routinely evade present-day security controls. These threats usually cause losses in the millions of dollars, in addition to the reputational risk and impact on trust in using an organization’s electronic services.
In order to manage such threats, organizations have to take a proactive approach to cyber threat management by utilizing actionable, risk-based intelligence data to identify “below the radar” criminal activity occurring within the corporate network. This session will discuss proactive measures that will help your organization outline approaches that can be utilized to manage threats and present ways to maximize the use of existing solutions, intelligence data, and internal log information to combat such threats.
Partner, Deloitte Canada
Nick Galletto is a Partner with Deloitte and he leads our National Information and Technology Risk Services Practice in Canada. Mr. Galletto has over 20 years of experience in information technology, networking, systems management and information security management. He has accumulated extensive experience in the management, design, development and implementation of information security and risk management programs.
Nick has helped a number of organizations assess the threats, risks and overall security posture of their applications, infrastructure and IT environment, including architecting, designing and integrating secure IT and network solutions and applications.
Nick has worked with a number of large enterprises, across many industries helping them implement end-to end security solutions, including security strategies, security governance frameworks, policies, procedures and end-to-end security programs. He has helped many clients with the development and implementation of Cyber Security Programs, Information Security Management Systems for ISO27001 certification, Network Zoning and Segmentation, Active Threat Management, Security Information and Event Management, Compliance and Remediation for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards, and solutions to address privacy and data protection legislation requirements.
Nick has a Master of Business Administration, and he is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, a Certified Information Security Manager, Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control and SABSA Certified Architect.
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