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Cybersecurity Risk, Social Media Risk, and Ethics (two training sessions)
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DATE:                Friday, March 23rd, 2018

EVENT:              Cybersecurity Risk, Social Media Risk, and Ethics (two training sessions)

LOCATION:       BC Hydro, 333 Dunsmuir St Downtown Vancouver

 

Cybersecurity and Social Media Risk: What every professional needs to know (3.5 hours, qualifies for 4 CPEs)

Social media is a dominant force in today’s world of connectedness. Its use is still growing in all parts of the world, and with that, risk is growing exponentially. Within an organization, use of social media by different departments can compromise the reputation of the organization and staff. Changes in internet usage, such as the proliferation of mobile devices and the rising use of social media, have presented new challenges for cyber security.  As long as staff are connected and online, the risk of cyberattacks is imminent. It is thought that the Sony hack in 2014 was the result of one staff member clicking on a malicious link in an email. This was confirmed as the reason hackers penetrated the New York Times in 2013.  Neither of these actions could have been prevented by IT.

This session is designed for those responsible for governance and risk management to align strategies to adapt to the changing social media landscape. The seminar’s topics include:

  •        Discuss fallout from real life cases of cybersecurity breaches.
  •        Tips on cybersecurity strategies & social media policies.
  •        Discuss a pragmatic approach toward combating cyber threats.
  •        Corporate social media blunders
  •        What needs to be in the social media policy

Ethics: Making ethical decisions in times of uncertainty (3.5 hours, qualifies for 4 CPEs)

Hailed by many participants as the best ethics course ever, Ethics Viewpoint illustrates the challenges in implementing an organization wide ethics policy. Explore how best to embed ethics into a corporate culture.  Ethical issues are associated with workplace deviance or corruption and its counterparts – lying, evasion of accountability, and abuse of authority. What causes them and how should they be dealt with?

This session focuses on integrating ethics with everyday corporate life. Ethics breaches begin with people – understand the team you work with. In an interactive session, participants will put into practice ethics issues that will help build a strong ethical business culture. The seminar’s topics include:

  •        Personal ethics vs. professional ethics
  •        How easy are ethics to define in the workplace?
  •        Does employee behavior influence ethical practice?

Most common ethical breaches

 

Our Speaker

Nejolla Korris is a popular speaker on lie detection, fraud prevention and investigation, workplace fraud, social engineering, social media risk, organizational justice and ethics.  She has spoken internationally throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa. Her clients include associations, corporations, government agencies, law enforcement, and the military.  Ms. Korris is also a frequent presenter for The Institute of Internal Auditors, ISACA and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Last year we had her deliver two sessions to our members in Vancouver: Fraud Detection – Words Never Lie and Building Your Corporate Fraud Team. Both sessions were very well received and our members expressed clear interest in having her back.

Nejolla has a BA in Law from Carleton University.  She was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for her international work in linguistic lie detection.  Nejolla served as the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Lithuania as well as the Chair of the Consular Corps in Edmonton.  She writes a column in Edmontonians magazine entitled Civil Wars and a blog called the Korrispondent.

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: To register, click link: https://www.gifttool.com/registrar/ShowEventDetails?ID=1913&EID=25025 

Event Schedule: 8:00am to 5:00pm

Registration Fees: 

  • IIA and ISACA Members: Cybersecurity and Social Media Risk – $150; Ethics – $150;

    Special Bundle: Both Courses - $280

  • Non-Members: Cybersecurity and Social Media Risk -$175; Ethics - $175;

    Special Bundle: Both Courses: $330

CPEs: Total of 8 CPE credits

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Date & Time: Mar 23, 2018 08:00 AM to
Mar 23, 2018 05:00 PM
[America/Vancouver UTC -8]

 

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Location: BC Hydro
333 Dunsmuir St
Vancouver BC
Canada
V6B5R4
 

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Registration Closes: Mar 23, 2018 12:00 AM

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programs@iia-vancouver.org
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