Information Security For Canadian Business

A recent study from the Center for Strategic and International Studies found that Canadian businesses are losing over $3 billion a year to cyber crime.

Small businesses are particularly susceptible to cyber attacks because they often collect and retain personal client information without proper safety protocols in place and awareness about legal requirements for its protection.

While small and medium size businesses compromise 98% of the Canadian economy, more than 60% have been victim of a cyber attack. Nearly half of the targeted did not survive the following year.

Information Security Awareness For Canadian Business provides a close look at the exploitation of Canadian business by cyber criminals who steal identities and financial information. Learn how to protect the privacy of your employees and clients by use of physical & electronic means set out by data safety principles of federal and provincial laws (PIPEDA / PIPA).

Okanagan University College (OUC) Continuing Studies
Vernon, BC ► Dates: Feb 18 & 20, Mon & Wed, 6 – 9 p.m.

Okanagan University College (OUC) Continuing Studies
Salmon Arm, BC ► Dates: Mar 30, Sat, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Course Code: COSS XXX
Cost: $74.00