Workplace Reopening - Cyber Security Considerations when ‘At Home‘ Work Devices Move Back to the Office (Archived Video Stream) 

May 20, 2020
Online

OBA Privacy and Access to Information Law PROGRAM | Original Program Date: May 20, 2020

As the majority of the workforce has moved online to allow employees to work from home, cyber security and data privacy have surged to the front of legal discussions.  With employees using work devices such as laptops at home, many are also using these devices for personal use as well, such as downloading applications or visiting sites otherwise blocked by firewalls.  As employees eventually return to work, these devices may introduce threats to the company’s IT environment, potentially allowing hackers to launch cyber attacks or steal data. Join our panel of experts as they discuss cyber security risks, data privacy issues, and mitigation strategies when the “at home” workforce moves back into the office.


PROGRAM CHAIR

Avi Sharabi, Stieber Berlach LLP


PROGRAM SPEAKERS

Imran Ahmad, Partner at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Charles Finlay, Executive Director, Ryerson’s Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst
John Heaton, Partner, KPMG Canada

PROGRAM DETAILS

Cost CBA Member: $50*
Non-Member: $95*

*plus applicable taxes

 

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