Virtual Event: Critical Infrastructure Protection
Strengthening the Resilience of Critical Infrastructure Through Security Preparedness, Management and Response
(Start: 12.00pm ET / 9.00am PT)
Critical Infrastructure (CI) services such as Information and Communication Technology, Health, Transportation, Energy, and Utilities are of national strategic importance and must be safeguarded with the utmost vigilance. To best deliver efficiencies and economic benefits these new CI are becoming increasingly interconnected and interdependent. However, this interconnectivity, especially without proper safeguards, creates vulnerabilities that then, either deliberately or inadvertently, become a catalyst for multiple failures in a cascading effect that jeopardizes our economy and national security.
As more CI becomes increasingly interdependent, how do we identify the weaknesses to uplift security and enhance resilience across industries to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of natural disasters or man-made attacks? To help answer these questions we’ve put together Public Sector Network’s Critical Infrastructure Protection virtual event. Collaborate across all levels of government and get the latest approaches, innovations, projects, and strategies to enhance the resilience of Canada’s CI.
Explore best practice approaches to boost CI security and resilience
Gain insight into the latest technologies for critical infrastructure and critical asset protection
Learn how to overcome top security challenges through lessons learned from government security leaders
Discover techniques for overcoming the constantly emerging t threat landscape and protect the interconnected networks of CI
Public Safety Canada
County of Warner No. 5
BC Ministry of Health
Royal Military College, Queen’s University, Macdonald Laurier Institute, Charles Sturt University
Department of Transport and Main Roads (QLD)
Emergency Management BC