Gain insights from experts on smart cities and the impact
that they will have on urban life and business in the future.
By 2030, two thirds of the world’s populations will live in Smart-enabled mega-cities. But how will this change affect business, infrastructure, and the daily lives of citizens? In an age of increasing cyber attacks and privacy concerns, how can we ensure that the city of the future is a safe place for everyone?
Join us as we explore the smart city, and all the issues that brings at Cyber Security 2017 - Securing the Smart City of the Future, taking place February 27-28 in Ottawa. For our third annual event on Cyber Security, we’ll be taking a look at how cyber issues are set to become a bigger part of everyday lives for both people and businesses.
Topics of discussion at the conference will include:
- "Legal and Privacy Implications of Smart Cities" - David Goodis, Assistant Privacy Commissioner, Government of Ontario
- "Leading the IT Revolution in the Smart City" - Chris Fulton, City of Ottawa
- "Begin With Security in Mind: The Smart Way to Build Smart Cities" - Robert Kluke, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- "Change the Paradigm to Privacy by Design" - Michelle Chibba, Ryerson University
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