Webinars

Current Webinars

 

 

In collaboration with NPC, Miller Thomson LLP and FleishmanHillard HighRoad, and eSentire the IIAC is proud to bring to our members the IIAC Cyber Education Series of webinars and presentations:

WEBINAR: Ransomware, BEC and Cyberjacking – The New Front of the Cyber War: Defense Strategies for Companies Large and Small – presented by NPC Dataguard 

Larry Keating, President and CEO of NPC Dataguard, created a webinar specifically for IIAC members to advise them of the current cybersecurity risks, and how they can take steps to protect their businesses. The webinar, titled “Ransomware, BEC and Cyberjacking – The New Front of The Cyber War: Defense Strategies for Companies Large and Small”, is now ready for viewing, please click here.

WEBINAR: Incident Response Planning – presented by Miller Thomson LLP and FleishmanHillard HighRoad

On June 21, 2018, Miller Thomson LLP and FleishmanHillard HighRoad discussed the best approach to cybersecurity involves not only prevention, but planning for an incident, and having a response team in place, guided by legal and communications experts. The webinar, titled “Incident Response Planning”, is now ready for viewing, please click here.

PRESENTATION: “Keep up, Canada: Cybersecurity regulations are not enough to protect firms from attack” – presented by eSentire

The IIAC is committed to supporting member firms in their ongoing efforts to remain cyber resilient. As part of this commitment, on September 19, 2018, the IIAC hosted an educational breakfast session with eSentire, a pioneer in managed cybersecurity services that detect and contain advanced threats that have bypassed all other security controls. The speaker, Eldon Sprickerhoff, Chief Security Strategist and Founder at eSentire, discussed advancements in global regulations and how current Canadian regulations are leaving firms exposed to increasingly complex cyber threats. Eldon also explored global cyber-attack trends, best practices and proactive measures to reduce your cyber threat profile and how to mitigate risk to protect firms today. The presentation titled, “Keep up, Canada: Cybersecurity regulations are not enough to protect firms from attack”, will be available shortly.

“NEW” WEBINAR: New PIPEDA Cybersecurity Reporting Rules – Setting Your Firm Up for Compliance (Dec. 4, 2018) – to be presented by Miller Thomson LLP and FleishmanHillard HighRoad

According to Statistic Canada, more than one in five Canadian businesses experienced a cybersecurity incident last year – however, most went unreported. With recent changes to PIPEDA, effective November 1st, are you aware of your obligations? This privacy legislation webinar, presented by Miller Thomson LLP and FleishmanHillard HighRoad, will tackle governance and reputation management in the context of a cybersecurity incident. The webinar, titled “New PIPEDA Cybersecurity Reporting Rules – Setting Your Firm Up for Compliance”, is now ready for viewing, please click here. (Members’ login required – In English only).

 

Brexit: The Implementation and Repapering Challenge

The IIAC had the pleasure of hosting Monica Sah and William Winterton, a Partner and Senior Associate, respectively, with the law firm Clifford Chance based in the UK. Monica and William helped us understand the far-ranging policy and regulatory implications of Brexit, and the impact on financial markets and firms in the industry. They also provided insights on the transition (or implementation) period and the future relationship between the EU and UK. We captured their remarks in a webinar presentation. You can view it here.

 

Past Webinars

CRM2 and Investment Advisors: Meet the Challenge. Capture the Opportunity.

The IIAC has developed a webinar to help advisors use CRM2 to strengthen their relationships with clients through confident and comfortable conversations.

Watch CRM2 expert Susan Silma, co-founder of CRM2 Navigator, as she outlines the opportunities advisors are presented with by the new fee and performance reports some clients will begin receiving in January, 2017.

The webinar is eligible for 1hr of CE credits and can be viewed in its entirety or in individual modules. Those who opt to view the modules must view all 10 to be eligible for CE credits. The credits will be sent, via email, once approval has been received.

View the complete webinar (Webcast ID = 33151)

Module 1: CRM2: What is it all about? (Webcast ID = 33151A)

Module 2: How am I doing? (Webcast ID = 33151B)

Module 3: Connecting performance to goals (Webcast ID = 33151C)

Module 4: Investor questions about performance (Webcast ID = 33151D)

Module 5: Understanding money-weighted rates of return (Webcast ID = 33151E)

Module 6: What is it costing me? (Webcast ID = 33151F)

Module 7: Investor questions about fees (Webcast ID = 33151G)

Module 8: Connecting fees to value (Webcast ID = 33151H)

Module 9: From disclosure to conversation (Webcast ID = 33151I)

Module 10: Best practices (Webcast ID = 33151J)

If you have any questions, please contact Adrian Walrath at awalrath@iiac.ca.