Hill & Knowlton Strategies
Building Resilience Against Terrorism
14:00 - 15:30
Terrorist Threats to Canadians
13:05 - 13:30
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Networking Reception and Luncheon (ticket holders only)
11:00 - 13:00
Securetech Meal Hall
Cyber resilience in a global cyber ecosystem and the implications for Canadian organizations as well as raising one’s awareness of the emerging risks and threats affecting global business.
A necessity for a safe business environment and public safety. Recognizing the true business value of cyber security and cost on an organization’s brand and reputation after a successful data breach and cyber-attack.
Personal Protective Equipment
Panelists will discuss:
1. The Incident Management System – is it worth the effort?
2. PEOC, REOCs, MEOCs and DOCs: Stronger chains or too many weak links?
3. What are the challenges of establishing, maintaining and improving EOC staff capabilities (competencies)?
1 - First Responders describe their experience in the use of unmanned system in their day-today operations.
2 - Discussion on how the unmanned system industry can better support the conduct of first responders’ tasks.
3 - Examine the challenges of the emerging use of unmanned systems and policing requirement for counter-measures.
1 - Awareness of Canada's challenges in dealing with global terrorism, foreign fighters, Canadian extremists and the radicalization of Canadians.
2 - Effectively Addressing Policing and Intelligence Challenges in Counter-Terrorism, including requirements to leverage predictive analytics leading to the identification of precursors to terrorist attacks, and the exploitation of new capabilities to quickly generate post-attack investigational leads.
3 - Awareness of current and future industry capabilities to bridge the vulnerability gap to counter terrorism including the application of data analytics, emerging surveillance systems and technologies, robotics and unmanned systems