Business Preparedness: Cyber-attacks and natural disasters

Monday, October 22, 2018
7:30 AM
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Schedule:Registration & Light Breakfast:   7:30 - 8:00 a.m.
Program: 8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
business Preparedness

Understanding threats and proactive measures

New and traditional risks facing businesses are rising steadily every year.

On average, businesses now face an average of 130 cyber security breaches each year — an increase of nearly 30% up from last year. Similarly, natural disasters such as fires and floods are impacting businesses more than ever before. Wildfires affected 15,000 businesses in British Columbia in 2017 alone.

This event on Business Preparedness will cover what you must know to safeguard against the virtual and physical risks threatening your business. Tangible insights and appropriate strategies will ensure business resilience and help enable long-term success.


Erik BergRyan BergerAri IndykCarly Benson

Erik Berg, Partner Advisory Services, Risk Consulting, KPMG LLP
Ryan Berger, Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity Canada Group Leader, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Ari Indyk, Vice President, Crisis & Risk Practice Group Lead, Edelman Vancouver
Kimberley Nemrava, Vice President, British Columbia & Yukon, Canadian Red Cross
Moderator: Carly Benson, Manager of Community Resilience, City of Vancouver

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