Please join the St. John’s KnowledgeNet Chapter for Ransomware Rises: Practical techniques to reduce risk on Thursday February 23, 2023, 12:30 to 2:30 NL time. This free virtual session is open to all – you do not need to be an IAPP member – but you do need to register via the IAPP website to receive your invitation and meeting link: https://iapp.org/store/knowledgenets/a0l1P00000ErFezQAF/
This session employs a hypothetical case study that will explore the unfortunate story of a smaller public sector health organization that suffers a serious ransomware attack. Attendees will review their practices, find the gaps and offer practical solutions and techniques to reduce risk. Checklists and a control placemat designed for small organizations to evaluate their programs will be provided. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss concerns faced at their organizations and solutions they’ve developed to improve privacy maturity. Participation is highly encouraged!
This is an interactive presentation featuring Aron Feuer and Sukhpreet Singh:
Aron’s work is with the federal government, cities, provinces, fortune firms, national retailers. He’s responded to hacks by anonymous, run federal classified security projects, and hundreds of penetration tests, risk assessments, simulations incident response work.
Aron sits on Algonquin College’s Cybersecurity Advisory Board. With Kris Klein, he authored “Canadian Privacy: Data Protection Law and Policy for the Practitioner”. He presents every few weeks to boards, city managers, health care organizations, and security events. He’s been on CBC, Global, CTV news in his capacity as a cybersecurity subject matter expert. His certifications include CISSP, CISA, CRISC, CRMA, CDPSE and CIPP/C, MCSE.
Sukhpreet works with federal institutions, municipalities, provincial authorities, national retailers and tech firms. He has investigated privacy breaches, reviewed classified government programs vis a vis PIAs and constantly works with clients to update their incident response or program policies to remain risk averse.
Sukhpreet is an active alumnus of the School of Public Policy at York University, where he is also completing his Masters in Public Administration, Policy and Law. He regularly collaborates with the school to engage students on career development and industry trends, to support the next generation of public servant graduates.