IINA Symposium 2022: Managing Risk: 'Start Right, Stay Right' - Day 2


Edmonton, AB [Map]
Date and Time: September 28, 2022 11:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m MDT

Day 2 - September 28, 2022 Agenda:     

Speaker: Dr. Mansur Hasib,Global Award-Winning Cybersecurity Education and Personal Branding Leader and Author, Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT
With more than 30 years of experience transforming organizations through digital strategy in healthcare, biotechnology, education, and nuclear energy and with a Doctor of Science in cybersecurity, Dr. Mansur Hasib is the first practitioner scholar to recognize and explain this in his best selling book Cybersecurity Leadership where he defines cybersecurity in the following manner: Cybersecurity is the mission-focused and risk-optimized governance of information, which maximizes confidentiality, integrity, and availability using a balanced mix of people, policy, and technology while perennially improving over time.

Topic: Cybersecurity as an Innovation Engine

            In the current era of perpetual connectivity at a global scale, the practice of cybersecurity as an innovation engine is a business distinction and revenue driver. We are no longer in an assembly line economy; we are in a knowledge and innovation driven economy. In this session Dr. Mansur Hasib will share his seminal work in the area of Cybersecurity Leadership and explain why and how information, information governance, and cybersecurity culture becomes an innovation engine for any organization.

           Culture of any organization is driven by people. People choose technology; they configure and use technology. They use information to drive decisions and to make themselves more productive and innovative. Such implementation of innovation culture begins to dramatically elevate the innovation and productivity of people. Instead of being cost centers, they become major revenue centers, and the most important intellectual assets of any organization.

AIC - 62647,   1 CE Hour General/Adjuster

Speaker: Susan Ancel, Director, One Water Planning, EPCOR, Time:1:00 - 2:00 pm MDT
Susan Ancel is responsible for the development of the strategic plans for the water, sanitary and storm water systems in Edmonton. In her prior role, she was Director of Stormwater Strategies, where she was responsible for developing an Integrated Resource Plan for flood mitigation that considered capital and operational risk mitigation planning, as well as the interrelationships between utilities, insurance, disaster response agencies and the public. Prior to her Stormwater Strategies role she was the Director of Water Distribution and Transmission for EPCOR. Susan is a Mechanical engineer with over 35 years’ experience with the municipal utility sector. She has also served on numerous industry committees including the Board of Directors for GITA, Finance Research Advisory Committee for the Water Research Foundation. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Canadian Water Network. In 2021, Susan was recognized with a Clean 50 award for her work in the development of the Stormwater Integrated Resources Plan for the City of Edmonton.

Topic: Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies

            This session will provide an overview of Edmonton’s award winning Stormwater Integrated Resource Plan (SIRP) focused on the adaptation and mitigation of flooding impacts for the community. The strategy considers both riverine and urban flooding risks and approaches risk mitigation from the perspective of the health and safety, environmental, social and financial impacts of flooding. The session will also provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities between the insurance sector, the utility and municipal/provincial and federal government entities and efforts underway to improve communications and awareness of risk reductions as communities mitigate their flooding risks. Information will also be provided on EPCOR’s Free Flood Proofing Inspection program and how to access this program for your clients.

AIC - 62648,   1 CE Hour General/Adjuster

Speaker: Sid Kingma,Director, Investigative Services Western & Pacific Region, Équité, Time: 2:45 - 3:45 pm MDT
Sid Kingma brings 27 years of experience in law enforcement, including postings as an Inspector in the Criminal Investigations Division with the Edmonton Police Service. His experience includes managing/investigating organized gang and drug crimes, homicides, fraud investigations and auto theft investigations. Sid also spent several years in an undercover officer role as well as managing the undercover program for the Edmonton Police Service. Currently, Sid is the Western & Pacific Regional Director of Investigations at Équité Association. He leads a team investigating Insurance Fraud and Stolen Vehicle Recovery on behalf of the insurance industry.

Topic: Fraud in a Post Pandemic Economy

AIC - 62649,   1 CE Hour General/Adjuster

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