VIPSS Sector Days – Education
March 9, 2022
You’re invited to our complimentary Education Sector Day presented by the Vancouver International Privacy and Security Summit in partnership with ISACA Vancouver. Offered in virtual format online, we have special guests from Northeastern University, BCIT, and ISACA Vancouver, all with the single objective of participating in conversation that might generate new ideas around improving the flow of BC’s cyber talent into the workforce.
Whether you are a student in search of a career, or a seasoned veteran looking to mentor someone, or an industry observer looking for the discourse needed to bring more qualified cybersecurity professionals to bear against one of modern society’s biggest pains today, please join us for an informative and interactive afternoon.
Agenda topics include:
- Exploring Recommendations to Improve BC’s Cyber Talent Pipeline from ISACA Vancouver’s 2021 White Paper
- Exploring ISACA Vancouver’s various programs that support BC’s Cyber talent Pipeline
- Panel: Managing a Cybersecurity Career – from student to retirement
- Taking Questions from the Floor – Students from both high and postsecondary are both welcome to ask questions a diverse, experienced roundtable of cybersecurity veterans
*Please note if you already have a ticket for VIPSS you do not need to register here for sector days as you will automatically have access to these sessions on the virtual platform on March 9th.
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March 9, 2022
1:00pm - 2:00pm • Virtual
Session1: The Cyber Talent Shortage Problem - What’s My Role in the Solution?
A review of the key recommendations from ISACA Vancouver’s White Paper
2:00pm - 2:25pm • Virtual
Session 2: Overview of ISACA membership
Benefits for Students & Professionals
2:25pm - 2:30pm • Virtual
2:30pm - 3:30pm • Virtual
Session 3: Panel: Managing a Cybersecurity Career – From Student to Retirement
Meet a panel full of seasoned cyber pros each with their own unique story to tell on how they established their cyber career in BC.