Speaking at HickTech

I’m always interested in finding new ways that people are looking at risk and information security. To that end, I’m making the trip today up to Owne Sound, ON to participate in HickTech. I was supposed to be a part of it last year, but missed out due to a scheduling conflict.

This year, I’m excited to talk to a whole bunch of people about the way that business and government in rural areas are dealing with information security and risk management. While I’m going there to speak, I hope to learn a great deal, as well.

And, with a schedule like this one, how could I not? Topics like “Agri-Food Traceability” and the challenges of deploying broadband to rural environments are definitely new to me.