Blockchain and Security
March 28, 2018, from 2:30–3:30 p.m. EST
Blockchain promises to be a tool for greater security and trust in a growing number of applications across industry. These applications and use cases are evolving quickly for various areas such as cyber security, IoT devices, supply chains, contracts, and records.
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada invites you to join this live webcast that will provide an opportunity to discuss and ask questions about current use cases, opportunities, as well as challenges and risks for blockchain and security
This live webcast has simultaneous translation in English and French.
Who We Are
Data Analytics, Privacy, and Organizational Security initiatives are distinctive but interconnected, and all imperative to an organization’s success. The Conference Board of Canada actively addresses these areas through three separate Executive Networks: the Council for Chief Data and Analytics Officers, the Council for Chief Privacy Officers, and the Council for Security Executives.
Each of these Councils provides a forum for strategic dialogue, thinking and planning; a safe and non-partisan space for networking, benchmarking and troubleshooting with like-minded peers; a medium for the exchange of experiences, knowledge, ideas and best practices.
How We Can Help You
- Learn and explore best practices that you can apply directly within your organization to improve performance
- Grow your professional network and enhance your personal development
- Tap into and leverage our expertise in data and analytics, privacy and security issues
- Engage us to complete research work, providing you with critical insights
- Request us as a speaker for your event or with your team
- Learn and engage with executive peers in your field from across the country
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