Cyber Summit 2021 has ended
With this year’s Summit taking place 20 months after COVID-19 hit North America, it seems fitting to look at how our ecosystem is moving to the "new normal".

We know this pandemic has led to a rapid acceleration of the use of digital technologies for remote learning and working. Combined with the advances in automation, and AI, the ways we interact with each other and our economy are changing. As we return to a post-pandemic world, it will be one that is forever changed. The question now is: what practices will be different, what will stay the same, and how will our lives improve as we adapt to the "new normal"?​​​​
Monday, November 8

8:30am MST

Virtual Cloud Journey Simulation Presented by Softchoice AWS
Limited Capacity seats available

The AWS Virtual Cloud Journey Simulation is an experiential, immersive and fun workshop that brings EDU peers together to explore some of the overarching principles of moving to the cloud. During the workshop, participants will prepare for and execute a two-year migration as they take on the role of an IT leadership team for a fictitious EDU organization.

Each team will have to make choices about what they are going to prioritize when preparing for their migration, and react to challenges along the way based on their decisions – and how it impacts their cloud journey.

The workshop is fun, engaging, and invokes a healthy balance of competition and knowledge gained. By the end of the workshop, participants will have an understanding of the key strategic decisions they need to make in their cloud journey/transformation. They will also hear real customer experiences of investment decisions and their rationale, and learn how to start and/or accelerate their cloud journey.

Q: What’s in it for the workshop attendees? 
A: Each member of the winning team will be awarded a prize valued at $100 CDN!

Note: This workshop has a limit of 70 attendees, with registration on a first-come, first served basis. Click on the grey button above to register.

Monday November 8, 2021 8:30am - 12:30pm MST

12:30pm MST

Workshop Lunch Networking Break
Monday November 8, 2021 12:30pm - 1:00pm MST

1:00pm MST

Incorporating Multi-Factor Authentication in the Public Sector
Cybersecurity and data-related crimes are nothing new in the IT landscape, but with the rise of machine learning and more savvy attackers, issues like phishing attempts and ransomware are also increasing. These problems are costing Canada’s public and private sectors billions of dollars.

Whether you work for a small organization with under 1,000 full time employees and students, or a large institution with over 10,000 daily users, everyone faces the same risk. 

In this workshop, we will bring together cybersecurity experts from post-secondary institutions across Western Canada to provide an overview of how Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is being leveraged to protect their staff and students. They will talk about their approaches to implementation, including building buy-in and adoption across their institutions. 

We will end this workshop with an “ask me anything” session. The goal of this event is to explore how we can better support each other as we all work to implement MFA in our respective organizations.

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Sean Feil

Lead, Identity and Messaging, University of Calgary
Full stack developer interested in creating usable, secure, scalable web applications. Able to lead projects and development teams in creating, deploying, and enhancing enterprise grade web applications. Experienced in DevOps and identity management.
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Adrian Schmidt

Systems and Network Administrator, Burman University
Adrian Schmidt was born in Bahia Blanca, Argentina, and he studied Electronic Engineering at the University of Buenos Aires, graduating with honors. Near the end of his studies, he started working for the National Justice Department as the Head of Software Development to develop a... Read More →
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James Cairns

Lead, IT Security, Bow Valley College
James Cairns loves the evolving challenges of his career in IT Security and has spent more than 15 years invested in growing his experience as he implements systems and designs solutions to help students and colleagues learn and work more effectively and efficiently. As Security Lead... Read More →
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Mark Sly

Director, IT Security and Architecture, University of Calgary
Mark Leads the Cyber Security Operations, Governance, Risk and Compliance, and Architecture teams centrally at the University of Calgary.

Monday November 8, 2021 1:00pm - 4:00pm MST
Tuesday, November 9

8:00am MST

Pre-Summit Networking
Tuesday November 9, 2021 8:00am - 8:45am MST

8:45am MST

Land Acknowledgment & Reconciliation Reflection
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Wendy Walker

Performing Artist
Wendy Walker is Metis and M’iKMaq First Nations originally from Manitoba but has made Alberta and in particular Treaty 7 her home for many years.Wendy Walker has been an established Artist for many years, and has been nominated for and won several awards; her most cherished one... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 8:45am - 9:25am MST

9:25am MST

Ahead By A Decade: Employment In 2030
Heather Russek and Jessica Thornton will present their findings from Yesterday’s Gone: Exploring the future of Canada’s labour market in a post-COVID world. This report is part of the Brookfield Institute’s multi-year study into what employment will look like in 2030.

Russek and Thornton will speak about the major trends that have been accelerated, disrupted, or created by COVID-19, as well as social, economic, and education trends that will rise to the fore over the coming decade.

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Jessica Thornton

Collaborator, Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship (BII+E)
Jessica is a collaborator at BII+E who uses creative problem solving around human-centred design, strategic foresight, and design research methods to advance innovation policy. Formerly at BII+E, she was responsible for leading several major projects, including Employment in 2030... Read More →
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Heather Russek

Director, Policy Innovation Platform, Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship (BII+E)
Heather has spent the last 10+ years working on large-scale initiatives and, more recently, on applying human-centered design. As Director (Acting), Policy Innovation Platform (PIP), Heather provides strategic direction, leading the day-to-day operations of PIP and sparking partnerships... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 9:25am - 10:20am MST

10:20am MST

Coffee Break
Networking room will remain open. Join the attendees for a pleasant conversation.

Tuesday November 9, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am MST

10:35am MST

Gamifying an Incident Response Plan
As the senior executive team begins its board meeting, the internet connection suddenly drops. Five minutes later, the connection returns, but access to the corporate drive is now lost. It becomes apparent that a suspicious incident is taking place, and IT says they have been locked out of their systems. What should the board do?

Join us as we roll the dice to find out in this new, gamified exercise!

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Ali Hirji

Lead, AI and Cybersecurity, Durham College
Ali Hirji works at the AI Hub and the Centre for Cyber Innovation at Durham College, and has over 14 years of experience working on a variety of technology implementations in the government, academic and not-for-profit sectors. With a specific interest in broadband communications... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 10:35am - 11:30am MST

10:35am MST

The Future of Education and the Value of Post-Secondary Education Following COVID-19
As well as dealing with the evolving pandemic requirements for remote learning and Covid vaccines/testing, the higher education sector is also grappling with longer-term identity issues. What role should it play in developing the future workforce? How will research and education intersect as the learning priorities of students change? What will hybrid education look like in five years?

This panel discussion will feature provosts from Western Canadian post-secondary institutions who will seek to answer these questions on the future of higher education.

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Natasha Kenny

Senior Director, University of Calgary, Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning
Natasha Kenny holds a PhD in Land Resource Science and is Senior Director of the University of Calgary’s Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning (TI). In her role, Natasha leads and collaborates with colleagues across the TI and university to strengthen teaching and learning... Read More →
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John Nychka

Vice-Provost (Learning Initiatives), University of Alberta
Dr. Nychka joined the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR) in July 2016. Prior to joining FGSR, he served as an Associate Chair Undergraduate Programs in his home department of Chemicals and Materials Engineering (2015-2015). Dr. Nychka is passionate about education, and... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 10:35am - 11:30am MST

11:30am MST

A Post-Pandemic Transition: Leveraging What We Learned for the Future of Work
November 2019: commuting, meetings, email, travel, offices — a whirlwind of activity with holidays approaching and early news of a far-away virus. March 2020: suddenly, we're all facing a very different environment in which to produce results, i.e. working from home. Now, we begin managing the future of work.

Organizations have greatly varied in their approaches to operating during Covid. This talk will explore the post-pandemic future of work, workplaces, and work/life integration.

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Scott Delinger

Director, Research Computing, University of Alberta
Scott Delinger is the director of advanced research computing at the University of Alberta. He is also CEO of Prairies DRI, the AB-SK-MB successor to WestGrid. Dr. Delinger holds a PhD in analytical chemistry from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale. He joined the University... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 11:30am - 12:00pm MST

11:30am MST

Education vs. Entertainment
The competition between education and entertainment has increased in recent years, as both activities are more and more taking place on the same digital devices. And let's face it, entertainment has the upper hand in this competition, as it's designed to keep us engaged for as long as possible. In this session, education expert Adriana Lopez Forero will explore the question many educators face: what can they do to keep learners, of all ages, engaged?

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Adriana Lopez Forero

CEO, Onlea
As Onlea's President, Adriana believes in making life-long learning a fun experience. She studied Computing Science and Artificial Intelligence back in the 90s. Since then, her career has taken different turns requiring constant re-learning of new skills. From AI Programmer to Video... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 11:30am - 12:00pm MST

12:00pm MST

Networking room will remain open. Join the attendees for a pleasant conversation.

Tuesday November 9, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm MST

1:00pm MST

Zero Trust Presented by Palo Alto Networks
Check back for more details.

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Hunter Ely

SLED Field Strategist, Palo Alto Networks
Hunter has served in operational, tactical, and strategic roles within major research universities as well as health science centers.  Over the past 20 years, Hunter has held positions within networking, infrastructure, and security organizations including cyber forensics, sales... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 1:00pm - 1:45pm MST

1:45pm MST

Organizational Change Management
Organizational leaders encounter multiple change situations. Transformative initiatives, such as moving to a digital business product environment, adjusting work models to cope with a pandemic or restructuring the organization, produce disruptive and continuous changes in the enterprise and require a range of change responses.

All change situations will involve process, people or culture adjustments and affect individual behaviours. This session looks at the different approaches leaders must understand to lead transformational change for their teams.

Sorry, no video is available.

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Suzanne Adnams

Vice President, Analyst with Gartner Research, Gartner
Suzanne Adnams is a Vice President, Analyst with Gartner Research, working on the CIO Leadership, Culture and People team. Ms. Adnams provides research, insights, advice and support for IT executives related to navigating the changing workplace experience as well as developing leadership... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm MST

1:45pm MST

Sandwiches or SysAdmin: Digital Transformation in the Homeless Serving Sector
People experiencing homelessness are in crisis. A symptom of that crisis is the fact that they often have no identifying documents to present at an emergency shelter when they go there for help. In this session, attendees will learn about the data and technology challenges facing the homeless serving sector, what can be done, and how to help.

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Helen Knight

Founder, Helen Knight Nonprofit IT Consulting
Helen Knight fights poverty with technology. With over 20 year's experience as a visionary and strategist, she leads award-winning technology transformations at non-profits across Canada. Extensive work experience and unending thirst for knowledge are the backbone of her ability to... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm MST

2:30pm MST

Coffee Break
Networking room will remain open. Join the attendees for a pleasant conversation.

Tuesday November 9, 2021 2:30pm - 3:00pm MST

3:00pm MST

A National Defense System Against Invisible Adversaries
Thousands of years of geopolitical conflict have informed how nations guard citizens from foreign and domestic adversaries. At global, national, regional, and local levels, defense and response systems have been established and refined throughout history. But today’s biggest threats are from invisible adversaries and bad actors disguised as trusted contacts.

Given the relentless pace and complexity of cyber threats facing the research and education sector alone, the challenge to secure our systems, our data, and ourselves is one that needs all hands on deck. It calls on us all to work collectively to secure our own and each other’s defenses, to build infrastructure with a security-first lens, and to admit when we’ve been struck so that our peers can help us (while also learning how to better secure themselves).

In this session, CANARIE CEO Jim Ghadbane will explore the current state of cybersecurity in research and education, and discuss the sector’s unique opportunities to mobilize and build a new, sustainable defense system.

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Jim Ghadbane

President and CEO, CANARIE
Jim Ghadbane was appointed President and CEO of CANARIE in 2013, after joining the organization as Chief Technology Officer in 2010. Jim’s leadership, technical expertise and focus on stakeholder needs support an increased impact and relevance of CANARIE programs and services in... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 3:00pm - 3:30pm MST

3:30pm MST

An 11-year perspective on smart cities and emerging technology in Canada's municipalities
Former mayor Nenshi will provide insights on the future role technology will play in our municipalities. He will also offer his perspective of the changing tech landscape in Calgary over the past 11 years.

Sorry, no video is available.

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Naheed Nenshi

Former Mayor, The City of Calgary
Naheed Nenshi, A’paistootsiipsii, was sworn in as Calgary's 36th mayor on October 25, 2010 and was re-elected in 2013 and 2017.Prior to being elected, Mayor Nenshi was with McKinsey and Company, later forming his own business to help public, private and non-profit organizations... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm MST

4:30pm MST

Pub Quiz
The return of the popular Cyber Summit Pub Quiz, featuring even more celebrity guests!

Tuesday November 9, 2021 4:30pm - 5:15pm MST
Wednesday, November 10

8:45am MST

Greetings from the Government of Alberta
A message from the Minister of Service Alberta, the Honourable Nate Glubish.

Sorry, no video is available.

Wednesday November 10, 2021 8:45am - 9:05am MST

9:05am MST

What happened then? Parallels between the 1918 flu pandemic and Covid-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruption around the world, changing the way we all live our lives. It is without doubt the worst pandemic in a century, although still not in the league of the worst pandemic of modern times – the influenza pandemic of 1918.

As COVID-19 vaccines continue to be rolled out around the world, and some regions begin to turn their minds to the “new normal," many are looking back at the catastrophe of 1918 and asking how it changed society. In her keynote, Laura Spinney, science journalist and author of Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How it Changed the World, will reflect on what can be learned from the past.

Drawing on years of research, she will discuss the social, economic and other changes that followed in the wake of the 1918 pandemic, and ask if parallels can be drawn with what we are living through now. She’ll also look at what may happen in years to come.

Sorry, no video is available.

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Laura Spinney

Writer and Science Journalist
Laura Spinney is a writer and science journalist. Her writing on science has appeared in The Guardian, The Economist, Nature and National Geographic, among others. She is the author of two novels, The Doctor (2001) and The Quick (2007), and a collection of oral history, Rue Centrale... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 9:05am - 10:00am MST

10:00am MST

Soar with MENTOR — Equity and Digital Inclusivity for All
Soar with MENTOR is a Dell program developed for Canadian post-secondary students to inspire, educate, and equip a cohort of select female students with the necessary knowledge and skills to be successful in life.

This session will share insights and experiences of female STEM and business students, and Dell mentors, from across the country who participated in the program. It will also outline why it is important to focus on young women in STEM at the post-secondary level as we move future forward with education.

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Katina Papulkas

Education Strategist, Dell
Katina is an experienced educator with a background in teaching, online learning, educational leadership, assessment and educational technology. Katina was an elementary teacher, a central instructional leader who designed and implemented initiatives around the effective integration... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 10:00am - 10:30pm MST

10:30am MST

Coffee Break
Networking room will remain open. Join the attendees for a pleasant conversation.

Wednesday November 10, 2021 10:30am - 10:50am MST

10:50am MST

A Glimpse Into The Future of Work
Virtual worlds like Roblox, Minecraft, and Fortnite have billions of users and economies that rival small countries. What role will virtual worlds and the Metaverse play in the future of work? This presentation will highlight how the Canadian disaster and emergency management sector of not-for-profit, private, and public companies banded together to develop a work and learning hub in Virtual Reality (VR).

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Brad Ison

Founder, Hazardscape Management Inc
Brad has been working in disaster and emergency management for over 12 years. As lead coach and Virtual Hub Director  for the Hazardscape Hub he brings his experiences with responding to, and recovering from, some of Canada’s most devastating disasters to others in the field. Brad... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 10:50am - 11:30am MST

10:50am MST

Protecting the Future: The Cybersecurity Imperative
Globally, there is an acute cybersecurity skills shortage, and Canada is not immune. As the federal government pushes forward with digitization initiatives like the Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP), the cybersecurity stakes are only getting higher. This session will explore cybersecurity skill development options, and the importance and role of professional credentials.

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Rob Davidson

Director, Data Science, Information and Communications Technology Council
Rob Davidson is the Director, Data Science, at the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC), an independent, non-profit think tank. He is a 25-year seasoned veteran of the technology industry and has excelled in senior roles ranging from chief technologist, vice-president... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 10:50am - 11:35am MST

11:30am MST

What Do the "New Normals" Need To Be for an Ethical, Augmented, Online Educational Future?
Currently, machine learning and Artificial Intelligence appear to be embedded ubiquitously, especially for remote activity. Education is no exception. Digital augmentation creating individualized online educational environments has a strong pull for students and institutions. This talk will prepare the audience for an ethical future of AI-augmented educational environments.

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Katrina Ingram

CEO, Ethically Aligned AI
Katrina Ingram is the Founder and CEO of Ethically Aligned AI, a company focused on helping organizations to drive better outcomes in the design, development and deployment of AI systems. The company is a direct extension of her master’s research, which focused on applied ethics... Read More →
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Stella George

Assistant Professor, Athabasca University
Stella George is an assistant professor in the School of Computing and Information Systems at Athabasca University. She gained her PhD in AI from the University of Exeter, UK, in 1995, and was involved with research and the application of AI in the financial sector in the 1990s. Stella... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 11:30am - 12:10pm MST

11:35am MST

Cybersecurity Threats — Real World Observations
This presentation, hosted by EWA-Canada, will provide a real world observations of the cybersecurity threats we have observed among among the public and private sector over the past several years. Security analyst Joe Dawson will explore current and future vulnerabilities in connected devices, remote work/remote access, and the malware that impacts them.

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Joe Dawson

Security Analyst, EWA-Canada
Joe Dawson is a Principal Software Security Analyst for Intertek EWA-Canada, based in St. John’s, Newfoundland. He has over 30 years’ experience in software development, data communications and information security, in both the public and private sectors. He currently sits on... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 11:35am - 12:10pm MST

12:10pm MST

Networking room will remain open. Join the attendees for a pleasant conversation.

Wednesday November 10, 2021 12:10pm - 1:00pm MST

1:00pm MST

Off Net Is Here to Stay — So What Has Changed with Malware, Phishing and Botnet Protection for NREN Members?
CIRA counts over almost 40 Cybera members among our customers. Canada-wide, we now cover over 3.2 million users on the CIRA DNS Firewall. This presentation will look at the block trends within the education sector, all the way from public school through to higher ed. It will also provide some comparisons across provinces and government sectors. And finally, it will look at “corporate” versus public networks, and compare how their malware and phishing trends changed from before the pandemic, during the hardest lockdowns, and today.

This presentation will also demonstrate the brand new, and most requested, feature of the CIRA DNS Firewall. Attendees will get a first look at the client software and IT dashboards used to manage off-network users. This new capability is in closed beta phase and will fully launch by the end of the year.

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Alexandra Daly

Territory Account Manager, Canadian Internet Registration Authority
Alexandra Daly joined CIRA’s Sales team in early 2021, as Territory Account Manager for BC and Alberta.Joining CIRA with both a teaching and a sales background, she is dedicated to finding cybersecurity solutions that best address her customers' needs and is here to help educate... Read More →
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Vivek Kumar

Product Manager, Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA)
Vivek Kumar is the Product Manager for Cybersecurity products at Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), the national not-for-profit best known for managing the.CA domain and developing new cybersecurity, DNS, and registry services.Vivek lives by his mantra of “Let’s... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 1:00pm - 1:35pm MST

1:35pm MST

Creating New Opportunities for K-12 Education Under COVID
During the pandemic and subsequent move to online learning, educators within the Fort McMurray Public School Division worked together — across different departments — to transform an education crisis into an opportunity. In this presentation, we will discuss how we built a flexible education strategy, mixing online and on-site technologies, to improve student learning.

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Miguel Borges

Technology Coordinator, Fort McMurray Public School Division
Miguel Borges is an Education Technology Coordinator in Fort McMurray. He was born in Portugal, and grew up in St. John's, Newfoundland, and spent a significant part of his life in the north coast of British Columbia.Miguel has been a teacher, principal, and coordinator for the last... Read More →
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Said El Mejdani

Teacher, Fort McMurray Public School Division & Westwood Coders
Said El Mejdani is a computer science teacher at Fort McMurray Public School District , Said is a National Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2019, Queen Medal recipient in 2023, USA College Board AP Computer Science A diversity award recipient (2023) and NCWIT Western Canada Educator... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 1:35pm - 2:30pm MST

1:35pm MST

Is privacy governance keeping up with the pandemic surge in digital services?
The issue is that the pandemic has pushed/accelerated the move to digital information creation, transmission and exploitation as integral components of business and social life. The privacy challenges emerging from this for organizations and individuals have spurred new solutions, but just as many (or more) new and expanded challenges have sprung up.  

Are the current regulatory, management and technology regimes, authorities and resources in place in Canada to meet these new privacy challenges working? What are some ideas to institute more effective information governance into the future?

Sorry, no video is available.

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Rick Klumpenhouwer

Partner, Cenera
A partner with Cenera, Rick is a Privacy and Information Governance expert with over 30 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. His energetic and upbeat style inspires action, while his expertise and knowledge of privacy legislation and its application in the health... Read More →
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Joan Dunlop

Partner, Cenera
With a powerful combination of privacy and information management expertise, Joan is an engaging speaker, dynamic motivator, and trusted advisor. Known for her infectious enthusiasm, Joan makes access and privacy legislation accessible, understandable and engaging. She is skilled... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 1:35pm - 2:30pm MST

2:30pm MST

Networking room will remain open. Join the attendees for a pleasant conversation.

Wednesday November 10, 2021 2:30pm - 2:45pm MST

2:45pm MST

The Evolution of Endpoint Management and Security in a Post-COVID World: Presented by Microserve
As we look beyond COVID-19 and the future of work and learning, we need to focus on how we manage endpoint devices in this new world.

Microserve will share some best practices to manage and secure endpoints today, and in the future as the technology continues to evolve.

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Nigel Brown

VP, Professional and Managed Services, Microserve

Wednesday November 10, 2021 2:45pm - 3:15pm MST

3:15pm MST

Adding Student Value to Education
Alberta’s post secondary institutions are seeing a shift in the way education is presented. From work integrated learning, to micro-credentials, to the shift from online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it becomes easy to lose sight of the end user, the students.

Following a panel discussion from Alberta's University administration this panel will feature Presidents and VP’s of Students Unions from Alberta's post-secondary institutions, who will seek to answer these questions on the value students are (and will) receive with the shift in higher education.

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Abner Monteiro

VP Academic, University of Alberta Students Association
Abner Monteiro is Vice President Academic at the University of Alberta. He is a Kinesiology student with a passion for student governance and exercise science. His passion for motor learning has led him to research perceptual-motor behaviour and promote health and wellness both inside... Read More →
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Nicole Schmidt

President, University of Calgary Students Union
Nicole is a student in the Faculty of Arts, pursuing dual undergraduate degrees in Political Science and International Relations. She is also member of the University of Calgary’s Arts and Sciences Honours Academy (ASHA), and the Faculty of Arts Co-op program.Being passionate about... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 3:15pm - 4:00pm MST

4:00pm MST

Closing Remarks
Wednesday November 10, 2021 4:00pm - 4:15pm MST
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