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SCS Colloquium Presentation by Seyed Hejazi: "Cybersecurity and incident response in the modern age"

Friday, February 26, 2021 - 11:00 to 12:30

SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE – Colloquium Series

The School of Computer Science at the University of Windsor is pleased to present… 

 

Image of Seyed Hejazi, School of Computer Science colloquium presenter, Feb.26,2021

Speaker: Seyed Hejazi, Director, Security and Privacy Risk Consulting, RSM Canada

Date: Friday February 26, 2021
Time: 11:00am-12:30pm
Passcode: If interested in attending this event, contact the Graduate Secretary at csgradinfo@uwindsor.ca
 
 
 

Abstract

With the sheer volume of cybersecurity incidents, being prepared for responding and handling incidents has become as important as taking proactive measures for protecting organizational IT and information assets. This presentation outlines the key steps to developing an incident response plan and highlights practical activities that need to be conducted during the response process. This session will also provide a high-level overview of various career paths within the cybersecurity field.  
 

 

Biography

Seyed Hejazi is a Director in RSM Canada’s Security and Privacy Risk practice. Having more than 15 years of experience in Cybersecurity and I.T., Seyed possesses deep knowledge of cybersecurity and privacy risks, governance models, frameworks, technologies, and leading practices. Seyed’s knowledge of security operations, cyber threat intelligence, incident handling, digital forensics, and the cybersecurity related regulations has enabled him to help organizations transform their cybersecurity practices by leveraging the appropriate combination of people, processes, and technologies to protect confidentiality, preserve integrity and promote availability. Seyed holds a Master’s degree and designations including CISSP, PMP, GCIH, GREM, CFE. He teaches Cybersecurity courses at the University of Toronto.
 

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