Disasters, emergencies, technology, and citizen resilience (2/2)

05/11/2019 15.30 - 17.00

Trame Ateliers BScène noireAtelier

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Disasters and emergencies are a fact of life. Climate change raises oceans and displaces millions; wildfires burn huge tracts of land; global travel can spread pandemics overnight. And while modern technology can help mitigate emergencies, our reliance on that technology can also make society more vulnerable.

In this workshop, we’ll dive into the challenges governments face, and the changing landscape of solutions that increase citizen resiliency. Bringing together noted experts in robust technology, disaster management, emergency relief, and the delivery of complex systems, we’ll tackle a vital—but often overlooked—aspect of service delivery: Dealing with disasters.

Jesse Robbins
Fondateur et PDGOrion Labs
Pete Frasco
Pete Frasco
Senior Manager, Sales EngineeringBlackBerry, AtHoc
Rita Whittle
Rita Whittle
Executive Director, Government of Canada Security Policy, Office of the Chief Information OfficerTreasury Board of Canada Secretariat, Government of Canada
Jaethan Reichel
Co-Founder & CEOLightship
Kate Armour
Information Security Program Specialist | Enterprise Information SecurityExport Development Canada