Due to increasingly tighter measures on travel, in response to the COVID-19, the following events may have been rescheduled or even cancelled. Follow the links to check individual events for any changes. Thank you and stay safe.
This session explores the essential links between cybersecurity, privacy and corporate governance. Governance professionals have the opportunity to assess the risks and links with performance and discuss what boards should do when a breach occurs, what incident response capabilities are there. This session will also explore theoretical and approaches to cyber threat management, as well as privacy breaches.
What are the immigration-related issues impacting your organization? The Summit will examine important aspects of economic, social, and technological change that could affect the Canadian immigration system.
While we believe that all ICGN Annual Conferences are special, this year’s conference holds particular significance as it celebrates ICGN’s 25th year.
Annual Corporate Governance Conference brings together participants from all across Canada and features two and a half days of expert panels, workshops and breakout sessions on top of mind issues, the evolving corporate governance landscape in Canada and internationally, and best practices in the governance field.
As media reports on public sector financial scandals makes it very clear, ethics need to be at the heart and soul of every governance and HR decision. With the speed at which information is delivered through social media, news can quickly proliferate and, as a result, judgement can make or break a reputation in a short period of time.
The Foundations of Governance Course consists of two and a half days covering key areas of governance, which include: the role of the governance professional, director management, advising the board, board dynamics, effectiveness, culture, relationships and conflicts.