“The Surrey Board of Trade’s policy platform articulates that Cyber Crime is an emerging threat where the growing trends are alarming and threaten governments, businesses, and people in general,” says Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade.
The Surrey Board of Trade will be looking to strategize on results relating to their government policy that looks to the federal and provincial governments to work collaboratively with stakeholders and business to:
1. Strengthen and promote the Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC) and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC)
· as collectors of data including type and number of incidences;
· to develop awareness and education strategies for businesses in a format that is easily accessed and understood, and
· to pro-actively engage businesses and the public in awareness and education campaigns
2. Ensure that the newly formed Electronic Crime Committee (ECC) includes business association representatives to assist with communications and outreach strategies to businesses
3. Invest in the resources required to increase the RCMP’s ability to investigate and prosecute criminal activities with collaborating investigative agencies and local authorities
For the full policy go to: https://businessinsurrey.com/policy/publicsafety/
Survey results on Top Cyber Crime Challenges for Business will be released and addressed by Panelists on March 31st.
EVENT-Surrey Hot Topic Series on Cyber Crime:
This breakfast dialogue will feature the survey results and provide practical ideas on how to protect business from those who could steal your data.
Date: Friday, March 31, 2017
Time: 7:30 a.m. Breakfast; 8:00 – 9:30 a.m. program
Location: Guildford Golf & Country Club, 7929 152 Street, Surrey
BDO: Rosanne Walters
New York Institute of Technology: Leopold de Sousa
Schill Insurance: Sarah Hanson
FREE, Registration required – email@example.com
Generously sponsored by BDO, New York Institute of Technology, and PRIMEX