Pre-Conference Activities

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Pre-Conference activities will be added as they are approved by SecTor Management. All Pre-Conference activities require registering for either a full or expo conference pass.

Space in these activities will be limited, and expected to sell out. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to spend a day with some of the world’s leading IT Security Experts.

Single Day Activities

(ISC)2 Toronto Security Nexus

Date: Monday October 7
Presenters:
Multiple Presenters
Fee
: $60 Members / $120 Non-Members

The goal of our event is to equip security leaders to tackle today’s threats, arm them with the knowledge, tools, and expertise to protect their organizations and advance their careers.

This year’s theme, “Defining Cybersecurity” will address the greatest challenges and will inspire presentations that demonstrate new and effective approaches that will prepare and defend national cybersecurity in today’s workforce. 

Cloud Security Summit

Date: Tuesday October 8
Presenters:
Multiple Presenters
Fee
: $50

The Cloud Security Summit at SecTor is Canada’s leading cloud security event and is an invaluable opportunity for security professionals to engage with leaders and discuss the future of cloud security.

This year the Summit will feature keynote speakers and panel discussions. Continental breakfast, lunch and light refreshments will be provided along with an onsite Networking Reception following the event.

Two Day Activities

Cloud Security Hands-On (CCSK-Plus v.4)

Date: Monday October 7, Tuesday October 8
Presenters:
James Arlen
Fee
: $2000

The Cloud Security Hands-On class provides students comprehensive coverage of cloud security fundamentals and prepares them to take the Cloud Security Alliance CCSK version 4 exam (it helps that we wrote the book). Starting with a detailed description of cloud computing, the course covers all major domains in the latest Guidance document from the Cloud Security Alliance, background on the CSA CCM and CAIQ tools, and the recommendations from the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA).

Application Pentesting Fundamentals

Date: Monday October 7, Tuesday October 8
Presenters:
Multiple Presenters
Fee
: $2000

This introductory hands-on session will teach attendees how to approach, plan and conduct an application penetration test against a different type of applications\technologies using commonly available tools and techniques often used by attackers as well.