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We work hard to find experienced instructors with respected track records and local industry mentors to lead our courses to ensure all students are getting the most from their training. Small class sizes allow for discussion and each industry focused course is a chance to network with other members of the industry. 

Fraud, scams and cyber security issues are on the rise and are affecting businesses in our industry.  Is your organization doing everything it can to protect itself?  Do you know what risks your company is exposed to?  We want to help you understand and protect your business, so we have collaborated with local industry experts for a panel discussion on how to help your organization manage its fraud, and cyber security risks.

The luncheon panel contains experienced professionals from our membership to speak on four areas related to fraud, cyber security and risk management:

Accounting: Brian Heinrichs, Virtus Group

  • Introduction and overview of fraud and cyber-crime including some recent examples
  • Financial and organizational controls that focus on preventing and detecting fraudulent activity
  • Areas accountants can help:  contract controller, assistance with internal controls, forensic accounting

Cyber Security Consultant: Erik Christensen, Horizon Computer Solutions

  • Types of cyber security issues
  • What a cyber security firm can offer businesses in terms of assessments, safeguards and ongoing protection
  • Technical risks your business may be facing and solutions to protect your team

Insurance: John Spooner, Aon Risk Solutions

  • Cyber risks for the Construction industry and examples of breaches in Canada
  • What are your organization’s risk exposures from an insurance perspective and how can you mitigate them?
  • Types of insurance coverages available for your business and limitations of policies

Legal: David Krebs, Miller Thomson LLP

  • What are your organization’s legal considerations before, during and after an incident?
  • Insight into specific areas such as protection of key information assets, Canadian laws about record keeping and potential contractional obligations of an incident
  • The importance of compliance programs to mitigate practical and legal consequences

The panel will conclude with a Q & A session, with an opportunity to submit questions ahead of time.

Don’t miss this opportunity to sit down with four industry experts and to learn strategies to protect your business, manage your organization’s risk, and build on your pool of resources for fraud & cyber security.

Event Starts Oct 1, 2019 11:30 am
Event Ends Oct 1, 2019 1:30 pm
Capacity Unlimited
Registration & Cancellation Deadline Sep 26, 2019 4:30 pm
Individual Price $45.00
Location Travelodge Hotel