Microsoft’s chief security and compliance officer joins CS Honours as keynote speaker
By Canadian Security StaffFeatures
Kevin Magee, Chief Security and Compliance Officer for Microsoft Canada, will kick off Canadian Security Honours on Oct. 1 as keynote speaker.
Magee is one of Canada’s leading authorities on cybersecurity and cyber risk governance and often writes, lectures and contributes to curriculum development for Canadian colleges and universities on topics related to cybersecurity, governance, entrepreneurship and criminology. Kevin also holds an ICD.D certification with the Institute of Corporate Directors and has extensive experience advising, educating and serving on boards including the Brant Community Healthcare System.
Deeply committed to the development and creation of cybersecurity leadership and technical educational opportunities for aspiring security professionals, he currently serves as an Entrepreneur in Residence for the Rogers Cybersecurity Catalyst at Ryerson University, as a Member of the University of Guelph’s Master of Cybersecurity and Threat Intelligence Advisory Board, as a Member of George Brown College’s Cyber Security Program Advisory Council and as a Member of the Royal Canadian Military Institute. He has also previously served as an Entrepreneur in Residence for Laurier University and advisor for Communitech and MaRS.
Following Kevin Magee’s keynote at 1PM EST, and a Top 10 Under 40 winners panel discussion, Canadian Security magazine will honour this year’s winners, including:
- Security Director of the Year: Harold Wax, Senior Director & Chief Security Officer, North America, Corporate Security & Business Continuity Management, BGIS
- Lifetime Achievement Award: Kevin Murphy, Director of Health and Safety, Woodbine Entertainment
- Emerging Leader Award: Josh Darby MacLellan, Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst, CIBC
- Community Leader Award: Sherri Ireland, President and Founder, Security Exclusive
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