Elizabeth Rhodenizer is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Public Service Commission of Canada. She is the Board Director of Affiliate Services and Engagement for the not-for-profit association DPI (dpi-canada.com), sits on the advisory board of a Silicon Valley start-up, and is an active member of the CIO Strategy Council.
Elizabeth was previously the executive lead to the CIO of Canada at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat for CIO community management, strengthening Women in IT, government-wide recruitment, executive talent management, and the Youth Advisory Committee.
For over 17 years, she specialized in cyber security and critical infrastructure protection within the public and private sectors. Elizabeth has developed technical standards for the North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC), American Bar Association and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization). She holds a Bachelor of Computer Science from the Technical University of Nova Scotia (Dalhousie) and an Executive MBA from the University of Ottawa.
If you want to disrupt the status quo or learn how to take groups of people from the regular grind into a digital leap forward than this talk is for you. Learn from three CIOs what digital disruption can look like, how to do it and what are the fundamentals to realizing disruption in today’s environment.
Digital disruption goes far beyond the hype and the catch phrases to making sure that...