Students, faculty and staff are invited to meet and engage in conversation with the University of Toronto’s (U of T) Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Isaac Straley, at a virtual Coffee with the CISO event.
Straley joined U of T in 2018 and he holds the inaugural appointment of CISO at the University. As the CISO, he is responsible for providing strategic leadership and oversight of U of T’s information security and privacy programs. He leads senior technology managers and staff on securing University systems and data assets and implementing practices that meet U of T’s policies and standards for information security. In addition, the CISO identifies, evaluates and reports information security risks to the chief information officer.
As part of this year’s Cyber Security Awareness Month (CSAM) campaign, Isaac is hosting a one-hour session for staff and faculty:
- Oct. 7 at 2 p.m. (staff/faculty session) — Event ended.
- Oct. 27 at 11 a.m. (student session) — Register here.
Attendees will join Isaac Straley for an engaging conversation — discussing his role as CISO, data privacy and security and how it relates to our higher education environment. Come prepared with topics or questions that interest you, as these sessions are open conversations between Isaac and the attendees.
As spots are very limited, those who have had the opportunity to engage with Isaac in the past are encouraged to leave a spot for those who haven’t.