CIO Insider with Martin Kyle and Steve Biswanger
October 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am EDT
Join us for our third CIO Insider event of 2021. This virtual session will feature two influential cybersecurity experts as they share the latest cybersecurity challenges and share best practices for managing the vendor/MPs – CISO relationship.
Canadian Channel Chief Council President Corinne Sharp will lead the camera-on discussion with panellists Martin Kyle, CISO at Payments Canada out of Ottawa and current President of the CISO Division of CIOCAN, and Steve Biswanger, VP & CISO at ATCO Group out of Calgary and Past-President of the CISO Division of CIOCAN.
This will be a private, off-the-record discussion to allow for a frank exchange of ideas.
Martin Kyle is the Chief Information Security Officer at Payments Canada. Martin joined the organization in 2017, after serving in a similar role in the cooperative sector of Canadian financial institutions. With a deep background in technology development, implementation, and oversight; Martin is responsible for the organization’s corporate security program, including both cyber and physical security. Martin holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University with additional graduate studies at Simon Fraser University. He is a Senior Member of the Association for Computing Machinery, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, and Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional.
Steve Biswanger is VP and Chief Information Security Officer for the ATCO Group of companies. In this role, he has global accountability for all aspects of Cybersecurity and Cyber Risk Management across all ATCO operating companies and IT and OT environments.
With over 20 years of Cybersecurity experience with a variety of industries including banking, technology, telecommunications and energy. Steve has built effective cybersecurity teams for internal support and as profit center for external services.
A regular speaker at conferences on subjects of Cybersecurity, Cyber Risk and Industrial Control System risks, Steve is sought after for his unique views on cyber risk management; replacing the traditional security role of gatekeeper with the valuable role of progress enabler and champion.
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