With technology playing a huge part in both our personal and professional lives, cyber threats are becoming a part of everyday life. This workshop will equip you with the knowledge you need to establish a personal “cyber hygiene routine” to protect you and your data from common cyber risks and threats.
Facilitator Sumit Bhatia, Director of Innovation and Policy at the Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst, Ryerson University, will lead a discussion on what cybersecurity is, identify common cyber threats, share best practices to build better cyber hygiene and explain how you can contribute to the cyber resilience of your organizations. This workshop is a part of Career Recharge’s Innovation & Technology series.
About the Facilitator
Sumit Bhatia brings extensive experience as a business strategist helping organizations embrace technology and transform digitally. As an entrepreneur, Sumit has led two technology start ups through the lifecycle of inception to commercialization. He has helped develop applied research and knowledge mobilization frameworks at large academic institutions including the developing of multiple emerging technology diploma and degree programs. His own research has focused on social impact of emerging technologies, cybersecurity and public policy, technology and ethics, and driving behavioral change through immersive digital environments. As Director of Innovation and Policy at the Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst, Ryerson University, Sumit heads up the Catalyst Cyber Accelerator, a business accelerator for Cybersecurity starts ups as well as the Cybersecure Policy Exchange, a policy and research enterprise dedicated to advancing effective and innovative public policy in cybersecurity and digital privacy.
Career Recharge is pleased to offer a digital certificate of completion to individuals who attend all four virtual workshops in the Innovation & Technology series. Note: You must log into all workshops using the same email address in order to track participation. Certificates will be distributed after the final workshop of the series.