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David Masson, Darktrace Director of Enterprise Security and Martin Kyle, CISO of Payments join Humza Teherany, CTO and Digital Officer at Maple...
The Toronto Chapter was pleased to host CIOCAN: Change in Hiring practices, Market for talent, panel discussion on June 22nd, 2021. This session...
The CIO Association of Canada was pleased to host CIOCAN & Insight Canada: Enabling Business Agility Through IT on June 10th, 2021. This...
CIO Association of Canada Welcomes New CISO Division President: Martin Kyle, Chief Information Security Officer, Payments Canada
The CIO Association of Canada (CIOCAN) is proud to announce Martin Kyle as the incoming President of the. Mr. Kyle is Chief Information Security...
Session Topic: This session focused on takeaways from the CIO Peer Forum sessions held throughout the month of April on 14 different days. The...
The Toronto Chapter of the CIO Association of Canada was pleased to host Innovating For The Future Workplace With RPA – A Practical Discussion...
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