Mining Minds

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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Toronto Board of Trade
77 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, Ontario

7:45 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Registration and breakfast
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Presentation and discussion

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How does cyber security impact the performance and operations of your mining company? Are you prepared for this growing threat?

Cyber security is a persistent business risk in the mining industry. It is no longer a technical only issue that affects your IT and security staff. It impacts your C-suite and boardroom, your people, processes, corporate culture and the physical world systems at the heart of your mining operations.

Mining companies are experiencing steady growth in cyber security threats which have led to loss of business information, intellectual property and in some instances, direct financial loss.

Join us April 2, as Richard Wilson, Partner and Brian Lachine, Manager from PwC's Mining Cyber Resilience Group walk us through the stark realities of cyber security focusing on topics including:

  • How cyber security can prevent your mining company from achieving business objectives;
  • How it can affect Directors and Officers; and
  • How to establish a comprehensive cyber security plan and be appropriately prepared to deal with your next breach

Sessions qualify as structured learning towards ICAO or other professional institutions' CPD requirements.

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