Toronto FIS: The Keys to Proper Cyber-Security Training

Panelists discussed what they believe are important steps in efficiently educating employees about cyber security.

A panel at the Toronto Financial Information Summit 2015 discusses how to properly train employees in cyber security.

A winter storm hits the town of a CEO. The executive gets an email from what he or she believes to be the school district of his or her children. The CEO opens the email and clinks on a link regarding school closings in the area.

The email is actually a spear-phishing attack and malware is downloaded onto the executive's computer. The data infiltration begins.

Bryant Tow, a partner of enterprise cyber risk solutions practice for Capco, described this scenario, which happened to one of his

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