Please note this webcast will be in English only.
Proactive measures to mitigate cybersecurity risk remain critical to all Canadian businesses.
Please join members of our Cybersecurity group for a discussion of practical advice that draws directly from our experience drafting policies, breach coaching, liaising with regulators and litigating cases. Attendees will hear about best practices relating to incident response policies, relevant legislative updates at the federal and provincial levels, trends in the courts and practical day-to-day tips to enhance security, as well as results from the fourth edition of our own Canadian Cybersecurity Trends Study.
Important trends and changes to cyber threats facing Canadian businesses
Best practices for policies and procedures based on various industry trends, regulatory guidance, legislative updates and lessons learned from previous breaches
Relevant developments in Canadian federal and provincial law and the regulatory outlook for 2024
Trends in cybersecurity-related litigation
Cathy Beagan Flood, Partner, Toronto
Sunny Handa, Partner, Montréal
Alexandra Luchenko, Partner, Vancouver
Birch Miller, Partner, Calgary
Friday, December 15, 2023
1 – 2 p.m. (ET)
Mandatory Continuing Education:
This program contains 45 minutes of Professionalism content and 15 minutes of Substantive content.
This program has been accredited for 1 CPD Credit Hour with The Law Society of British Columbia and counts towards the two-hour requirement for ethics and/or practice management.
Please note that pursuant to the amendments to the Règlement sur la formation continue obligatoire des avocats (Regulation respecting mandatory continuing education for lawyers – available in French only) of the Barreau du Québec, which came into force on April 1, 2019, the status of “recognized provider” and the mandatory “recognition” of activities have been abolished.
Blakes will continue to provide you with a confirmation of participation for your records. As stipulated in the above-mentioned regulation, members must preserve supporting documents attesting their completion of training activities for a period of seven years beginning on April 30 following the end of the reference period during which such activities were completed.
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