Digital Risk Management in a Cloud Based Era

September 19, 2019 11:30 AM to 1:30 PMFairmont Palliser, Calgary, Alberta
Area of Interest: Pensions, Benefits, Investments, Networking Format: In Person
  

Please join us for lunch on Thursday September 19, 2019 at the Fairmont Palliser Hotel, 133 – 9 Ave. SW Calgary.

Cloud computing is being rapidly adopted by employers and is a key disruptor in corporate IT and business strategies.  

While many plan sponsors are in the process of moving their email and human resource applications into the cloud to benefit from agility, reduce costs and increase efficiencies, it introduces major risks on several crucial fronts that need to be governed and managed by user plan sponsors. Although cloud service providers (CSP) continue to expand security services to protect their evolving cloud platforms, employers are ultimately responsible for securing their data within these cloud environments.

In this session, we will look at the:

• Key business trends for cloud security;

• Top threats for data privacy, leakage and loss in a cloud-based environment;

• Fundamental considerations for plan sponsors adopting the cloud to better understand and mitigate their risks

Cancellation Policy
  

 This session will be presented by:

 

Adrienne Wong, LL.B., Associate  

ROSE LLP


Adrienne's practice at Rose LLP focuses on complex commercial litigation. She was formerly Litigation Counsel at the Alberta Securities Commission, where she prosecuted serious securities offences. Her depth of litigation experience, fraud prosecution background, familiarity with administrative tribunals is an invaluable resource for clients involved in commercial disputes, seeking recovery of proceeds of fraud and in their dealings with regulatory agencies.

 Adrienne has appeared as counsel before the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, the Court of Appeal of Alberta, the Alberta Energy Regulator and the Northwest Territories Public Utilities Board. Adrienne has also appeared as lead counsel in prosecutions of securities offences before the Provincial Court of Alberta and has significant experience before the regulatory tribunals of the ASC.

 

Harm Cassam, P.Eng

Associate Partner, Forensic & Integrity Services (EY Forensics)


Harm leads the EY Forensics practice in Alberta and has over 15 years of experience advising clients in the area of forensics, risk and compliance. Harm is able to complement her Computer Engineering background with an investigative mindset in order to assess and identify investigative issues, provide guidance and assist in analysis of processes and systems. Harm is also a Certified Fraud Examiner.


Harm possess an in-depth knowledge of forensics including fraud investigations, bribery and corruption, facilitation paymentenefits Services (Canada) Group Inc.s, employee misconduct, insider trading, procurement fraud, forensic analytics, e-Discovery, and cybercrime. For one of the largest securities investigations in Canada, Harm was asked to be an expert witness by the Ontario Securities Commission to support facts and evidence collected during the independence investigation which included collection and review of 20+TB of data from corporate emails and personal devices.

Harm has extensive experience across a number of organizations ranging from privately owned businesses to large multi-national corporations in financial services, government, oil & gas, utilities, automotive construction, insurance, pharmaceuticals, information technology, and telecommunications.



 

When

Thursday September 19, 2019       
11:30 am to Noon - Registration and Buffet Lunch                         
Noon to 1:30 pm - Presentation and Questions         

 

Where

Fairmont Palliser Hotel                         
133 9th Avenue SW                         
Oval Room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration Fee

CPBI Members: $ 69                          
Future Members: $ 129                          
Table of 8: $ 699                       
GST #106865330 RT0007

 

Information 

Krista Frayn                         
Phone: (403) 888-3185           
albertasouth@cpbi-icra.ca

 


                  

Who Should Attend:

  • Plan Sponsors
  • Human Resource Professionals
  • Retirement and Benefits Professionals
  • Consultants and Brokers
  • Insurers and Plan Providers

 

In recognition of the continued support of our members, we will be showing our appreciation by drawing for a $50 gift card.  All members in attendance at program luncheons will be entered in the draw.


CE Certificate of Attendance can be provided upon request.

AIC CE Credits Pending.


 


Kim Duxbury