Cyber Futures

Changing demographics, resource competition, environmental stresses, globalization, economics, governance, urbanization, geopolitics, the unprecedented advancement in science and technology are all significant trends shaping our future. 

Cyber will be the most significant catalyst for change in the future and will be at the centre of acute transformation within both the public and private sectors.

Strategic understanding and leadership will be needed in the future to ensure Canada is prepared for these challenges and opportunities.

This program is designed to engage, educate and empower participants with the specific domain knowledge required for effective leadership, management and operations in a future dominated by cyberspace. We will examine the future geopolitical, business, scientific and technological dimensions of cyberspace.

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  • Study trending cyber issues with direct relevancy

  • Cultivate strategic world view, issues and trends

  • Identify future science and technology that will have the greatest impact

  • Forecast cyber futures within the global security environment

  • Understand the interplay between global geopolitical and cyber trends

  • Leaders, managers and professionals responsible for or acutely affected by cyber security, intelligence and defence.

Dave McMahon has an honours degree in computer engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada and 35 years experience in defence, security and intelligence.  Dave was a CSO, COO to defence, telecommunications and intelligence organizations, co-chair or the Interdepartmental Committee on Information Warfare, expert witness to the Senate and special advisor to the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, and intelligence oversight and review. Dave is currently the Chair of the CADSI cyber council, and the CEO of Clairvoyance Cyber Corp.

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Changing demographics, resource competition, environmental stresses, globalization, economics, governance, urbanization, geopolitics, the unprecedented advancement in science and technology are all significant trends shaping our future. 

Cyber will be the most significant catalyst for change in the future and will be at the centre of acute transformation within both the public and private sectors.

Strategic understanding and leadership will be needed in the future to ensure Canada is prepared for these challenges and opportunities.

This program is designed to engage, educate and empower participants with the specific domain knowledge required for effective leadership, management and operations in a future dominated by cyberspace. We will examine the future geopolitical, business, scientific and technological dimensions of cyberspace.

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Cyber Futures

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872

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Dave McMahon has an honours degree in computer engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada and 35 years experience in defence, security and intelligence.  Dave was a CSO, COO to defence, telecommunications and intelligence organizations, co-chair or the Interdepartmental Committee on Information Warfare, expert witness to the Senate and special advisor to the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, and intelligence oversight and review. Dave is currently the Chair of the CADSI cyber council, and the CEO of Clairvoyance Cyber Corp.

Audience: 

Leaders, managers and professionals responsible for or acutely affected by cyber security, intelligence and defence.

This workshop is part of our Online Distance Learning Program 

Certain sessions of this workshop are now offered online via live video conferencing. Online session are indicated in parenthesis in the box below.

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Cyber Futures
September 22, 23, 2020
9:00 - 16:00
$995.00
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