Made in Canada
- Carousel Room - Western Fair District - 900 King Street (2nd Floor) London,, Ontario
- 30 Mar 2017
Join the Southern Ontario Defence Association for Made in Canada 2017
MARCH 30, 2017
CAROUSEL ROOM, WESTERN FAIR DISTRICT
Why Attend Made in Canada?
Ontario SMEs – this forum provides an opportunity to connect with the OEM’s, System Integrators and other SMEs.
Primes & Systems Integrators – Made In Canada gives you the opportunity to meet and source new supplies for existing and upcoming platforms and procurements.
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Theme: Cyber Security
National Cyber and Privacy Expert, Global Cyber and Privacy Practice, Aon Risk Solutions
Katie is the National Cyber and Privacy Expert within the Global Cyber and Privacy Practice at Aon Risk Solutions (ARS). The practice, created in 2006, was designed to provide clients with cutting edge cyber risk management solutions to combat the increasing risks for organizations. Katie acts as a key pillar in the growth and expansion of the practice across Canada. The core focus of Katie’s role lies in assisting Aon clients to identify cyber and privacy exposures, alongside developing resources, risk transfer solutions, policy language and tools to educate and advance the evolving cyber insurance market.
After graduating from Wilfred Laurier University with a Bachelor of Business and Chemistry degree, Katie’s career began in underwriting at Travelers where early on, she began to hone in on risk transfer products in technology and privacy fields. After completing her Masters of Business Administration specialized in Finance from Bond University in Australia, she re-entered the insurance market and formed an MGA with capital from Lloyds syndicates, working exclusively with cyber and technology insurance solutions. Katie’s extensive experience in underwriting and collaboration across insurance markets internationally made her the perfect candidate to spearhead Aon’s development in cyber and privacy risk across Canada.
Currently, Katie is continuing to build Aon’s knowledge base in the cyber and privacy realm, ensuring the organization remains abreast the current issues and the Canadian marketplace. She is a critical resource for Aon colleagues and an active speaker in the corporate community including, the Government of Canada Risk Manager’s Conference, the International Cyber Risk Management Conference, the Information Technology Law Spring Forum and many other industry events. Katie is also a certified risk manager and insurance professional.
Jason B. Hutchings
Vice President and Eastern Canada Practice Leader, Aon Risk Solutions, Aviation Specialty Practice
Jason is currently the Eastern Canadian Practice Leader for Aviation at Aon Risk Solutions, based in Burlington, Ontario. He has worked in the risk and insurance industry for approximately 20 years and has also worked within the airline industry in commercial operations. Jason has significant experience addressing the risk and insurance requirements of both large and small aerospace companies. He has a Bachelors degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland and a Masters of Business Administration from Dalhousie University in Halifax.
National Business Development Manager Siemens Security Solutions
John served as an Army Officer in the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps for 26 years. During that time, he served all over the world to include exchanges with the British and US Armies, tours in Bosnia and Afghanistan. During his second tour in Afghanistan, some credit his intervention with saving the election process in Afghanistan for his work on Afghan election security. He was also the Deputy Director of the US Army USMC Counterinsurgency Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, serving as the COIN Branch Chief. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario and a Master of Arts in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada. He was awarded a Bronze Star for Meritorious Service in Afghanistan and a Meritorious Service Medal for his work at the US Army’s Counterinsurgency Center. After Leaving the Canadian Armed Forces, he became the Director of Global Security Operations for SNC-Lavalin where he was responsible for the security of 45,000 employees located in 105 different countries. He has extensive security consulting experience global emergency response services for international companies. He presently works at Siemens Canada, where he is National Business Development Manager for Siemens Security Solutions. He still teaches counter insurgency, irregular warfare and stability operations to the Canadian Armed Forces.
Sgt. Pat Poitevin
Senior Investigator – Outreach Coordinator, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Sensitive and International Investigations, National Division
Sgt. Patrice Poitevin is a 34 year veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who has worked on organized crime, proceeds of crime and fraud investigations and is sought for his knowledge on financial crime and corruption related issues. Sgt. Poitevin has extensive experience in program development and capacity building. He has developed and/or managed a number of outreach programs and projects at the local, provincial, and national levels. He has also provided training at the national and international levels on a range of issues that impact businesses and communities. In his role as senior investigator and outreach coordinator for the Sensitive and International Investigations unit of National Division, Sgt. Poitevin’s mandate is to connect with Canadian businesses and stakeholders in order to provide them information on the RCMP’s global efforts to combat corruption. In addition to sharing information on the costs and impact of corruption on businesses and communities, Sgt. Poitevin advises on tools, strategies and good practices that will minimize risks, help individuals and companies to recognize red flags, and enhance the role of businesses in preventing and fighting corruption. Sgt Poitevin has completed studies in business administration as well as the Canadian Securities Course. He is a frequent guest speaker and SME at anti-corruption conferences and events. He also lectures on Anti-corruption at the MBA, EMBA and LLB level. Sgt Poitevin was involved in the development of the Global Anti-Corruption University project as well as the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption. He sits on the Canadian committee for the upcoming ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery management system standard and the UN Global Compact Network Canada Working Group.
Brigadier General (Retired) John Turnbull spent 36 years of service as an Army Signal Officer in the Canadian Forces, and 5 years as a Public Servant in the IT security business line at the Communications Security Establishment. At the time of his departure form CSE, he was Director General Cyber Protection, responsible for Cyber Assurance Standards and Policies for the Government of Canada.
Over the course of his career, John gained significant experience in all phases of defence procurement as a project manager of multiple major crown capital acquisition projects in the Land C4 ISR Program. He brings a significant expertise and understanding into current C4 ISR and IT security issues. This insight is directly relevant to the challenges the government faces in these areas.
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Directions to the Western Fair District
From Toronto (East)…
Take the 401 west to the Highbury Avenue exit at London. On Highbury Avenue, head north to Florence Street. Turn left onto Florence Street. On Florence Street, head west until you come to Rectory Street. Turn right onto Rectory Street. The main entrance to the Western Fair District is immediately on your right-hand side. Look for the big colourful “Western Fair District” logo above the gate.
Take the 401 east to the Wellington Street exit. On Wellington Street, head north until you reach King Street (downtown). Turn right onto King Street, which is a one-way street and head east. Turn right onto Rectory Street. The main entrance to the Western Fair District is immediately on your left-hand side. Look for the big colourful “Western Fair District” logo above the gate.
Take the 402 to the 401 and then take the first London exit at Wellington Street. On Wellington Street, head north until you reach King Street (downtown). Turn right onto King Street, which is a one-way street and head east. Turn right onto Rectory Street. The main entrance to the Western Fair District is immediately on your left-hand side. Look for the big colourful “Western Fair District” logo above the gate.
Take the 400 until you come to the 401. Head West on the 401 (London) Take the first exit into London which will be the Highbury Avenue exit. On Highbury Avenue, head north to Florence Street. Turn left onto Florence Street. On Florence Street, head west until you come to Rectory Street. Turn right onto Rectory Street. The main entrance to the Western Fair District is immediately on your right-hand side. Look for the big colourful “Western Fair District” logo above the gate.
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