With experts from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security.
Please note: At the request of the presenters, this session will only be broadcast live. No recording will be made available.
Ensuring the security and integrity of Canada’s supply chain is critical to protecting the economic and health security of Canadians. During the pandemic, hostile foreign actors have accelerated foreign interference, espionage and cyber threat activities at multiple points along the supply chain – including logistics. During this presentation, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) will provide an overview of the current threat environment in Canada, means by which threat actors could target vulnerabilities in the supply chain, and mitigation strategies. The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS) will then identify IT supply chain vulnerabilities, explain how supply chain integrity helps organizations protect valuable data, and provide mitigation recommendations, based on CCCS’ experience in ensuring supply chain integrity for procurement by the Government of Canada.