15
February 2018

Cyber Security and Hacking

Organized by the Sea to Sky Branch

Status: Seats are Available
Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM–9:00 PM
Location: Holiday Inn and Suites - 700 Old Lillooet Road, North Vancouver, BC
Presenter: Eric Rae
Senior Manager at KPMG
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Cost: Members and Non-Member: $40.00 + GST = $42.00

Member and Non-Member at the door (space permitting): $47.62 + GST = $50.00

EIT/GIT: $25.00 + GST = $26.25

EIT/GIT at the door (space permitting): $28.57 + GST = $30.00

Student Member: $20.00 + GST = $21.00 online or at the door.
Note: In order for us to best predict our catering needs, please register online by noon on Feb. 14, 2018.
Cyber security is a popular topic these days especially in the enterprise spaces. Despite being potentially overshadowed by other more traditional concerns, engineering projects are equally as exposed. From autonomous cars, critical infrastructure, operations technology, embedded devices and the internet of things, there are plenty of opportunities for exploitation and some of those exploitations can have significant consequences.

During this presentation KPMG will discuss the technical aspects of a hacking methodology, and some of those unintended consequences. Please read below for further details.

Schedule

  • 6:00 PM–6:30 PM: Registration and networking
  • 6:30 PM–6:45 PM: Branch business and announcements
  • 6:45 PM–7:30 PM: Buffet dinner
  • 7:30 PM–8:45 PM: Presentations
  • 9:00 PM: Closing

About the Presenter

Eric Rae is a Senior Manager at KPMG and leads the Vancouver Cyber Security Services Group. Eric has focused on cyber security services for over 10 years and helps clients develop solutions and capabilities across people, process, and technology layers to combat information security threats. From ethical hacking to developing cyber security protection strategies, he advises various government and corporate IT organizations across several industries and empowers business managers to prepare, detect, and respond to cyber threats and make the right decisions on how best to protect their digital assets.

He holds a Bachelor of Technology in Network Security from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He has also obtained several certifications including the SABSA Chartered Practitioner Security Architect, the Certified Information Security Manager, and the Certified Information Systems Security Professional designation.

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