Four out of five Canadian small businesses face some form of cyberattack every year, and the majority of these attacks are caused by criminals targeting employees. These attacks are only increasing with COVID-19 and employees working remotely.
The good news: these attacks are preventable with basic cybersecurity training and testing.
CIRA has a unique offering for our chamber and member associations for the provision of a simple and affordable Cybersecurity Awareness Training program to their members, helping businesses protect themselves while also allowing the associations to add revenue through the chamber program.
In this presentation, CIRA and the Canadian Chamber will share more information about this program, and provide a technical demonstration of CIRA’s training platform and how easy it is for small businesses to get started with their basic training.
Lindsay Carreau manages business development and partner programs for CIRA (The Canadian Internet Registration Authority). Lindsay is passionate about building partnerships that will ultimately benefit Canadian business and protect Canadians online.
Jon Lewis leads marketing for cybersecurity products at CIRA. Jon helps Canadian businesses talk about cybersecurity to their staff by building engaging awareness training programs and healthy cybersecurity culture.