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Atelier annuel de SERENE-RISC 2018 | SERENE-RISC Annual Workshop 2018

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Gatineau, Qc

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Gatineau, QC J8X 3X7

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L'état de la cybersécurité au Canada

L'atelier annuel de SERENE-RISC est un événement incontournable pour les professionnels de la cybersécurité et est organisé à l’automne.

L'atelier de deux jours présente des experts de renommée mondiale issus du milieu universitaire, de l’industrie et du gouvernement, en plus d’offrir d’excellentes occasions de réseautage pour les universitaires et étudiants dans les domaines de la science informatique et des sciences sociales, ainsi que pour les professionnels des secteurs public et privé.

PRÉSENTATEURS CONFIRMÉS

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

Sonia Chiasson
Professeur Associée, Université de Carleton,
Co-présidente de l’atelier d’automne 2018 SERENE-RISC

Représentant sénior, NCSC
Directeur technique, National Cyber Security Centre UK

Scott Jones
Dirigeant, Centre canadien pour la cybersécurité

Renaud Lévesque
Directeur général, Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications (CST)

Colleen Merchant
Directrice générale, Cybersécurité Nationale, Public Safety Canada

Représentant de la Gendarmerie Royale du Canada (GRC) (TBC)
Unité nationale de coordination de la lutte contre la cybercriminalité

Richard Fadden
Ancien Conseiller du Premier Ministre du Canada en matière de Sécurité Nationale
Canada's 21st Century National Security threats and their Inter-relationship

Michael Pal
Professeur associé, Université d'Ottawa
Election Cybersecurity and the Role of Political Parties

Elizabeth F. Judge
Professeure, Université d'Ottawa
Voter Data and the Impact of Privacy Legislation Gaps on Cybersecurity of Elections

Patrick Neal
Candidat au doctorat, Royal Roads University
Active Cyber Defence: Why We Should Hack back at the Cyberattackers

Pam Dheri
Candidate au J.D., Université d'Ottawa
Cybersecurity & the Role of National Vulnerability Disclosure Policies

Joseph Szeman
Queen’s University
Offensive Cyber Operations: Implications of the addition of Offensive Cyber operations as a new CSE mandate

David Skillicorn, Professeur et Xiao Li, Candidat au doctorat et développeur de logiciels
Queen’s University
Reversing the asymmetry in data exfiltration

Abdel Stambouli, Candidat au doctorat et Luigi Logrippo, Professeur
Université du Québec en Outaouais
Problems and methods for data flow control in the Internet of Things

Mohammad Lari, Économiste et Mark Uhrbach, Directeur de programme en chef
Statistiques Canada
Results from the Canadian Survey of Cyber Security and Cybercrime

Holly Ann Garnett
Professeur associée, Royal Military College of Canada
Cybersecurity: An Electoral Cycle Approach

Laurent Desaulniers
Chef d'équipe, GoSecure
Stupid Tester Tricks!


The state of Canadian Cybersecurity

SERENE-RISC annual workshop is an indispensable event for cybersecurity professionals hosted each autumn.

The two-day workshop features world-renowned experts from academia, industry and government, and provides excellent networking opportunities for academics and students in the fields of computer sciences and social sciences, as well as professionals from the public and private sectors.


SPEAKERS CONFIRMED

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

Sonia Chiasson
Associate Professor, Carleton University
SERENE-RISC Fall 2018 Workshop Co-ChairIan

Senior representative, NCSC
Technical Director, National Cyber Security Centre UK

Scott Jones
Head, Canadian Centre for Cyber Security

Renaud Lévesque
Director General, Communications Security Establishment (CSE)

Colleen Merchant
Director General National Cyber Security, Public Safety Canada

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) representative
National Cybercrime Coordination Centre

Richard Fadden
Former National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of Canada
Canada's 21st Century National Security threats and their Inter-relationship

Michael Pal
Associate Professor, University of Ottawa
Election Cybersecurity and the Role of Political Parties

Elizabeth F Judge
Professor, University of Ottawa
Voter Data and the Impact of Privacy Legislation Gaps on Cybersecurity of Elections

Patrick Neal
PhD Candidate, Royal Roads University
Active Cyber Defence: Why We Should Hack back at the Cyberattackers

Pam Dheri
JD Candidate, University of Ottawa
Cybersecurity & the Role of National Vulnerability Disclosure Policies

Joseph Szeman
Queen’s University
Offensive Cyber Operations: Implications of the addition of Offensive Cyber operations as a new CSE mandate

David Skillicorn, Professor and Xiao Li, PhD Candidate and software developer,
Queen’s University
Reversing the asymmetry in data exfiltration

Abdel Stambouli, PhD Candidate and Luigi Logrippo, Professor
Université du Québec en Outaouais
Problems and methods for data flow control in the Internet of Things

Mohammad Lari, Economist and Mark Uhrbach, Chief Program Manager
Statistics Canada
Results from the Canadian Survey of Cyber Security and Cybercrime

Holly Ann Garnett
Assistant Professor, Royal Military College of Canada
Cybersecurity: An Electoral Cycle Approach

Laurent Desaulniers
Team Lead, GoSecure
Stupid Tester Tricks!

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