The CyberCanada Senior Leadership Summit will take place on February 28 and March 1 at the Globe and Mail Centre in Toronto, engaging Canadian corporate board members, c-suite executives and government policy makers on cyber resilience. It aims to provide enterprise leaders with tools and approaches to proactively manage risk and protect assets. The Summit is a partnership of the Council of Canadian Innovators, the Centre for International Governance Innovation, Boston Consulting Group’s Centre for Canada’s Future, and the Globe and Mail.
David Mussington is a senior fellow at CIGI, and professor of the practice and director, Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise, University of Maryland, College Park.
In addition to his commitment to CIGI, Jim Balsillie is also the founder of the Balsillie School of International Affairs, the Centre for Digital Rights, Arctic Research Foundation and co-founder of the Council of Canadian Innovators.
Melissa Hathaway is president of Hathaway Global Strategies LLC, where she brings a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional perspective to strategic consulting and strategy formulation for public and private sector clients. She served in two US presidential administrations, leading the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative for President George W. Bush and spearheading the Cyberspace Policy Review for President Barack Obama.
Rohinton P. Medhora is president of the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and is a member of the Commission on Global Economic Transformation, co-chaired by Nobel economics laureates Michael Spence and Joseph Stiglitz.
Michael Chertoff is a distinguished fellow at CIGI, where he focuses on cyber security. Michael was also a commissioner with CIGI’s Global Commission on Internet Governance.