SecTor brings the world's most innovative and exciting experts to Toronto to cover a wide range of security topics. Session Tracks include Keynotes, Technical, Management, Security Fundamentals and Sponsor tracks.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) September 23, 2015
With so many IT security stories making headlines, it’s timely that Canada’s largest IT security conference is coming back to Toronto for two full days on October 20th and 21st. Now entering its ninth year, SecTor brings together IT professionals and managers with the world’s most innovative and exciting security experts to share the latest research and techniques involving underground threats and corporate defences.
SecTor 2015 features over 50 speakers and sessions, including keynotes “The Globalization of Cybercrime” by Jason Brown of the United States Secret Service and “Enter Privacy by Design” by Ontario’s former Information and Privacy Commissioner Dr. Ann Cavoukian. The conference combines technical sessions such as “Incoming Threats at the Speed of Retail” by Wendy Nather of the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Centre with tracks on security management and fundamentals. Rooted in the goal of making IT security education accessible and engaging, SecTor provides a unique opportunity for those in charge of protecting computers, networks, and the corporate infrastructures of their employers, to stay on top of the latest attacks so that they can mount a current defence.
Take advantage of the opportunity to see and learn from the best in IT security. Register for SecTor at http://www.sector.ca using discount code SecTor2015 for 10% off the full conference on October 20-21 at the MTCC, or use discount code SecTor2015Expo for a free Expo Only pass.
About Black Arts Illuminated Inc. (SecTor Conference)
SecTor brings the world's brightest (and darkest) minds together to identify, discuss, dissect and debate the latest digital threats facing corporations today. Unique to central Canada, SecTor provides an unmatched opportunity for IT Professionals to collaborate with their peers and learn from their mentors. For more information, please visit http://www.sector.ca.