July TASK (Virtual): Crossing the Widening Security Gaps in Canada / TASK Us Anything Panel

Wednesday 29-July-2020 // 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Meeting Location: Virtual – Please Register Here to Gain Access


July TASK (Virtual)

Speaker: David Senf
Topic: Crossing the Widening Security Gaps in Canada

Let’s take a wide-angle view of the security landscape to see what’s on the horizon. This talk will help you (re)consider your security purchases, skills training, and overall risks so you and your organization are better prepared for the steep security inflection points to come.

Using data collected from across Canada, David will show where the gaps are widening and actions to consider to safely cross. To deploy the best possible strategy, follow the trend lines from the likely scenarios. In this talk, you will lean:

  • Market forces during the pandemic: how have budgets shifted today and moving forward?
  • How scenarios may play out in the balance of power between attacker versus defender
  • Where gaps will likely widen and what actions need to be taken.

David Senf is an IT research and advisory executive with a particular focus on cybersecurity and emerging technologies. He has spent close to two decades analyzing markets and delivering vendor, channel and end-user guidance. David is focused on technology product / service development, marketing management, channel and sales enablement. He has extensive experience quantifying market dynamics and turning data into successful outcomes.

Previously he was a VP at research firm IDC. David is a frequent keynote speaker. He enjoys hundreds of press appearances in a variety of publications, including The Globe and Mail, CBC, The Star, Wall Street Journal and Wired.

Speakers: TASK Steering Committee
Topic: TASK Us Anything Panel Discussion


A special thanks to Zoom for making this happen, we’re thrilled to be able to bring a version of TASK to you once again.

Please register here (free) to gain access: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/8515953581855/WN_ZuaEcBYJQWienG6cyXUTlg.

Sincerely,
The TASK Steering Committee

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