Events for September 8, 2022 – Digital Nova Scotia – Leading Digital Industry
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GoSec 2022

Montreal Montreal

From September 7-8, 2022, cybersecurity industry colleagues from across North America will gather to network, share information and collaborate on programs that deliver immediate benefits to everyone in attendance. Both in-person at the Montreal Convention Center and online through the virtual event, this conference will deliver compelling content on a wide variety of security topics, as well as the chance to share ideas and learn about the latest trends in security technology. Where Enjoy the vibrant culture and delicious dining in Montreal, QC, as security professionals gather to network, share knowledge and socialize in one of Canada’s top destination cities! Who Should Attend IT / security industry professionals and leadership, risk management and compliance professionals and leadership, anyone with an interest in defending against threats. When September 7-8, 2022 – two days of action-packed keynotes and more than 30 sessions where speakers will cover everything from hacking, advanced threats and vulnerability management to machine learning and artificial intelligence. Tickets Get a full conference hybrid pass that includes both in-person and virtual participation for only $200. Virtual-only passes are available for $150. Register Here

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Building Your Audience & Attract New Customers


Now that you have a website and social media page, you can start to build your audience and attract new customers. In this webinar, we will go over the what, where, why, when, and how to use your new digital platforms. This will include key terminology, tools, and a basic strategy that will help you understand how to build your audience and attract new customers.

QT Connect Café with Rim Charkani


Rim Charkani (she/her) is the co-founder and CEO of WALO, a fintech on a mission to ensure the financial health of future generations. Rim has over 8 years of experience in corporate strategy in the financial services sector. She has worked with senior executives to define, plan and execute on their customer and growth strategies, in North America, Africa, Europe, and Australia. Prior to founding WALO, Rim has held multiple key roles such as senior corporate strategy advisor at the Desjardins Group, Strategy Consulting manager at KPMG Canada, and Digital Consulting manager at KPMG Australia. Rim holds an MBA in Information Technology Management from Laval University and a Master's degree in Management from EDHEC Business School (France). TUNE IN TO WATCH IT LIVE - Here on this page, on YouTube, Facebook, or on LinkedIn!

Best practices to secure Azure Virtual WAN


Presented by John Guo, Azure Architect at Check Point and Sid Domala, Product Manager at Microsoft About this talk Are you interested in Azure Virtual WAN? Azure Virtual WAN is a networking service that brings many networking, security, and routing functionalities together to provide a single operational interface. Learn more from Check Point and Microsoft about the benefits of Virtual WAN and especially, best practices to secure your Azure vWAN. Join this webinar with Check Point and Microsoft experts: "Best practices to secure your Azure Virtual WAN". Understand: What is Azure Virtual WAN and what are the benefits for organizations? Why is securing Azure Virtual WAN essential? Best practices for securing your Azure Virtual WAN deployment Webinar registrants will be invited to a free deep-dive technical workshop, with Azure POC credits from Microsoft and Check Point. (Even if you can't make this webinar live, sign up and we'll send you the recording afterwards!)

Virtual Event: HR & Future of Work National Insights – Summer Edition


Event Overview Navigating a Changing Workplace and Building Better Policies and Teams for the Future Over the past few years, workplaces have changed dramatically, and long-anticipated transformation has only been accelerated due to the pandemic. HR executives recognize that there is a greater need to do better to remain competitive in this job market. Workplace culture, diversity and inclusion, flexible work programs, leadership development, are but a few key factors driving workplace transformation. We will explore the increased demand for employer accountability when it comes to employee and workplace wellness. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it is the importance of adopting more proactive, rather than reactive, solutions. Introducing systems that allow access to health and wellness resources and support is only the beginning. In this online seminar, we will also discuss key strategies that promote diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplaces. As our communities become increasingly diverse, our workforce needs to become a reflection of this. Ensuring that we identify and remove barriers is essential, and prioritizing recruitment and talent development initiatives for women and people of diverse backgrounds can only mean further success. It is crucial that the future of work is people focused.