Director & Officer and Cyber Liability & Protection Experts to Speak at The Cannabis Exchange

Published: January 20, 2020

Director & Officer and Cyber Liability & Protection Experts to Speak at The Cannabis Exchange

On January 28, Change Point Intelligence will be holding an all-day event focusing on key issues facing directors, officers, information technology (IT) professionals as well as companies in the cannabis industry. The event, dubbed “The Cannabis Exchange”, will highlight Directors and Officers (D&O) as well as Network Security, Data and Privacy (Cyber) Liability issues.

Change Point Intelligence has worked hard to bring together Canada’s leading D&O and Cyber experts from legal, governance, information technology forensics, risk management and insurance. Leading professionals will share their views on the cost of identification, remediation and reparation, as well as lessons learned and what can be done to reduce the financial impact of these events from a risk management point of view. 

If you’re a licenced producer, retailer or own a business related to the cannabis industry, this is a must-attend event.

This all-day event will take place at the National Club in downtown Toronto.

The cost of the event is $350 however Cannabis Prospect Magazine is offering a 50% discount. Click the following link and enter promo code: CannabisProspectMagazine50. Availability is limited.

Event agenda can be found by clicking the link as well.

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