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2019 SERENE-RISC Annual Workshop | Conférence annuelle 2019 de SERENE-RISC

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University of Ottawa (Tabaret Hall)

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The state of Canadian Cybersecurity Workshop

SERENE-RISC’s annual workshop is a key event for cybersecurity professionals, students, researchers and decision-makers from industry, government and academia.

The two-day workshop features world-renowned speakers and provides excellent networking opportunities for academics and students in the fields of computer science, social sciences (psychology, political science, etc.) and others (law, business and finance), as well as professionals from the public and private sectors.

The provisional workshop program is available below.

DAY 1

Welcome

Benoît Dupont, Professor, Université de Montréal, SERENE-RISC Scientific Director

Sonia Chiasson, Associate Professor, Carleton University, SERENE-RISC Deputy Scientific Director

Keynotes

Dr. Michele Mazurek – University of Maryland

Dr. David Maimon – Georgia State University

Session 1 – Demand-driven innovation in Cyber for Defence & Security

Chaired by Eric Fournier – Defense Research and Development Canada

Session 2 – Election cybersecurity

Chaired by Holly-Ann Garnett- Royal Military College of Canada

Dr. Lisa Young – University of Calgary: Spies, Lies and Election Law: Canada’s Policy Response to Cyber-Threats to its Election Campaigns

Dr. Anna Esselment – University of Waterloo: Digital Campaign Threats in Canada: Party Responses in an Age of Disinformation

Dr. Alexander Essex – University of Western Ontario: Elephant in the Ballot Box: The Other Cyber Threats to Canada’s Democratic Process

Dr. Laura Stephenson – University of Western Ontario: On public opinion about technology and cyber-security in elections

Session 3 – Innovative prevention strategies: the role of insurance, standards and AI

Dr. Mathieu Charbonneau – Concordia University: Improving cybersecurity through private insurance?

Dr. Jason Jaskolka – Carleton University : Supporting Cyber Security Standards Development with Security Assurance Cases

Julien Bois – La Cité Collégiale

Isabelle Rochette et Dr. Helen Tang – RCMP and DRDC : The Criminal Exploitation of Darknet Networks


DAY 2

Session 4 – Updating Canada’s Federal Data Protection Legislation for the 21st Century

Deborah Hurley – Harvard University

Stephanie Perrin – Digital Discretion


Session 5 – Investigating and preventing cybercrime

Dr. David Hétu – Flare Systems Inc.: The low-tech communications of high-tech financial fraudsters

Alexis Dorais-Joncas – ESET: Rotten suppliesSupply chain attack case studies

Alexandre Beaulieu – RCMP: Partnership in Fighting Cybercrime

Dr. Richard FrankSimon Fraser University: No Gambles with Information Security: The Neuropsychology of a Ransomware Attack



Conférence sur l’état de la cybersécurité au Canada

La conférence annuelle de SERENE-RISC est un événement incontournable pour les professionnels de la cybersécurité, les étudiants, les chercheurs et les universitaires, de même que les décideurs gouvernementaux et ceux du monde des affaires.

Cet atelier-conférence de deux jours, qui présente des conférenciers de renommée mondiale, constitue une excellente occasion de réseautage pour les professeurs, les chercheurs et les étudiants en informatique et en sciences sociales (psychologie, sc. politique, etc.) et autres (droit, commerce et finance), de même que pour les professionnels des secteurs privés et publics.

Le programme programme est disponible ci-dessous (veuillez notez que les présentations auront lieu en anglais).

JOUR 1

Mot de bienvenue

Benoît Dupont, Professor, Université de Montréal, Directeur scientifique, SERENE-RISC

Sonia Chiasson, Professeure agrégée, Université Carleton, Directrice scientifique adjointe, SERENE-RISC

Conférenciers d'honneur

Dr. Michele Mazurek – Université du Maryland

Dr. David Maimon – Université Georgia State

Session 1 – Demand-driven innovation in Cyber for Defence & Security

Présidée par Eric Fournier – Recherche et développement pour la défense Canada

Session 2 – Election cybersecurity

Présidée par Holly-Ann Garnett- Collège militaire royal du Canada

Dr. Lisa Young – Université de Calgary: Spies, Lies and Election Law: Canada’s Policy Response to Cyber-Threats to its Election Campaigns

Dr. Anna Esselment – Université de Waterloo: Digital Campaign Threats in Canada: Party Responses in an Age of Disinformation

Dr. Alexander Essex – Université Western Ontario: Elephant in the Ballot Box: The Other Cyber Threats to Canada’s Democratic Process

Dr. Laura Stephenson – Université Western Ontario: On public opinion about technology and cyber-security in elections


Session 3 – Innovative prevention strategies: the role of insurance, standards and AI

Dr. Mathieu Charbonneau – Université Concordia: Constructing the cyber-insurance market: improving cybersecurity through private insurance?

Dr. Jason Jaskolka – Université Carleton: Supporting Cyber Security Standards Development with Security Assurance Cases

Julien Bois – La Cité Collégiale

Isabelle Rochette et Dr. Helen Tang – GRC et Recherche et développement pour la défense Canada : The Criminal Exploitation of Darknet Networks


JOUR 2

Session 4 – Updating Canada’s Federal Data Protection Legislation for the 21st Century

Deborah Hurley – Université Harvard

Stephanie Perrin – Digital Discretion


Session 5 – Investigating and preventing cybercrime

Dr. David Hétu – Flare Systems Inc.: The low-tech communications of high-tech financial fraudsters

Alexis Dorais-Joncas – ESET: Rotten suppliesSupply chain attack case studies

Alexandre Beaulieu – GRC: Partnership in Fighting Cybercrime

Dr. Richard Frank Université Simon Fraser: No Gambles with Information Security: The Neuropsychology of a Ransomware Attack

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