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Canada’s National Cyber Security Strategy: What You Should Know

Date & Time:
November 26, 2018 | 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location:
University of Calgary Downtown Campus

The Canadian Government has adopted a new National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS) that focuses on society as much as state. The NCSS requires a much more thorough relationship between state and society, including secret agencies and open bodies, which in turn challenges conventional views about the boundaries of the state, and the liberties of the citizen. It intensifies the old dilemmas of the relationship between liberty and security. This workshop brings, law enforcement, industry, and academia to discuss nuances and challenges of implementing the new strategy.

Confirmed Speakers: John Ferris, History, University of Calgary; Emily Laidlaw, Law, University of Calgary; Joel Reardon, ISPIA, University of Calgary; Marc Kneppers, Telus; Mike Nesbitt, Law, University of Calgary, Ray Patterson, Haskayne School of Business, Bill McAuley, Alberta Sheriffs; Mike Lalande, Calgary Police.

Information: njmackie@ucalgary.ca

Please RSVP to cmss@ucalgary.ca