iON at Calgary Cyber Summit 2022
iON is proud to be a gold sponsor at this year’s Calgary Cyber Summit. Running September 13-16, the event hosts over 300 law enforcement, partner agencies, and corporate cybersecurity representatives from a dozen countries, allowing for unparalleled networking and learning opportunities. The theme of this year’s event is “Stronger Together,” with a focus on expanding cooperation between law enforcement and corporate cybersecurity professionals to counter the global reach of cybercrime.
To kick off this year’s event, iON hosted a Cyber Incident Response reception on Monday, September 12. We know that it takes an entire team to respond to a major cyber incident, which is why we brought together experts in cybersecurity, legal, insurance and law enforcement. The panel walked through a cyber incident and identified the priorities and challenges faced by each of their groups. Huge thanks to our panelists from iON, Fasken, Marsh, Mjolnir Security, and the Calgary Police Service for showing how law enforcement and private sector are indeed stronger together.
We’ll be at this event all week, so if you are attending make sure to stop by our booth!
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