The introduction of the next generation of mobile network technology, 5G, will exponentially transform organizations across industries and geographies. It will enable an astonishing range of innovative new products and services and offers the promise of significant economic and social benefits as well. 5G offers unprecedented connectivity and data collection capabilities that could enable new technologies. However, it will also enable disruptive technologies; create new challenges for collecting, managing, deciphering, and protecting data; and change the cybersecurity landscape.
Join us for an engaging session where we will explore 5G implications for organizations and internal audit (including cybersecurity and privacy). This will include what organizations need to know in order to prepare, how internal audit can support its organization in preparing for the launch of 5G, as well as what is needed from an ongoing monitoring perspective.
Moderator: Robin Taylor
Robin provides internal audit, governance, risk and compliance services to his clients. With over 25 years experience, he has been Chief Audit Executive of several companies, assisted many clients in enhancing internal audit practices, and helped internal audit as their organizations have undergone major transformations and introduced new technologies.
Ferris is a Senior Cyber Security and Compliance Manager with Rogers, Toronto. Before Rogers, Ferris worked as a Security and Risk Manager at TD bank for four years. Ferris is an experienced professional with over 20 years of experience specializing in information security Governance, IT risk management, project management, compliance, operational risk, and enterprise infrastructure and operations for clients in the Telecom, financial services, construction, engineering, and retail industries. Ferris is Academic Partnerships Director at (ISC)2 Toronto Chapter. Ferris is also an instructor, Cyber Security Management Program at the University of Toronto. Ferris holds a Master of Business Administration – MBA-Project Management and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Ferris is a frequent speaker at cybersecurity conferences such as ISACA Canada /USA, CIFI Toronto Conference, CISO forum, data connectors, ISC2 Toronto and information security forum (ISF) in Dublin, Ireland.
Maria works in the Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice in PwC Canada. She uses her expertise to deliver value to clients by providing strategic privacy solutions and innovative approaches to data protection. At PwC, Maria has played an integral role in privacy and cybersecurity consultancy and audit fieldworks for clients in the telecommunications, retail, financial services, information technology, media, health and public sector. Her expertise in legislative policy, regulatory compliance and industry good practice helped her develop multiple global compliance frameworks. This includes, but is not limited to CCPA, GDPR, CASL, HIPAA, PHIPA, PIPEDA, COPPA, PCI, ISO 27001, NIST Cybersecurity and Privacy Frameworks.
Maria leads the PwC Privacy Training and Awareness Program in collaboration with the International Association of Privacy Professionals. The training program provides participants with interactive ways to learn critical privacy concepts that are integral to the certification exams and privacy program management as a whole. This includes CIPM and/or CIPP certification exams.
Maria also has experience as a Privacy Legal Researcher at Nymity Inc.. Maria contributed to Nymity’s proprietary research knowledge database, analyzed global privacy and data protection developments and provided clients with daily privacy compliance reports. Maria is actively involved with the International Association of Privacy Professionals through her contribution to the Publications Advisory Board, Canadian Advisory Board and publications.
Behram is an innovator who excels at imagining the art of the possible. With experience gained from shop floor to the Board room, Behram has acquired highly developed skills by serving clients at the forefront of constantly evolving, disruptive and emerging technologies. His unique blend of business and technology skill-set, coupled with his entrepreneurial background, allows Behram to study any given problem from a balanced scorecard perspective that aligns technology needs to core business objectives.
A former partner at PwC Canada, Behram presently helps both startup and mature organizations with their selective technology needs through early stage, growth and mature business cycles. He also teaches part-time at the University of Toronto, is a think tank contributor to University of Waterloo and is the Director of Academic Relations & Research for the Toronto Chapter of ISACA.
CPE: 1.5 credits
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This event is organized in partnership with the IIA Toronto Chapter
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