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Canadian Multistakeholder Process: Enhancing IoT Security (Event #5)

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7 Hart House Circle

Toronto, ON M5S 3H3

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The Internet Society has partnered with Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority, CANARIE, and CIPPIC to convene stakeholders in order to develop recommendations for a set of norms/policy to secure the Internet of Things in Canada. Join the conversation and help us create a more secure IoT ecosystem!

The fifth multistakeholder meeting will serve as an opportunity to launch the draft report, request feedback, and discuss next steps. We will begin with a panel discussion with speakers from each working group:

  • Taylor Bentley, ISED (Consumer Education working group proxy*)
  • Faud Khan, TwelveDot (Labeling working group lead)
  • Jordan Melzer, Telus (Network Resiliency working group lead)

The group will then self-divide into two focus groups to continue discussing the work that has been done in the working groups. Taylor Bentley and Faud Khan will lead the Consumer Education and Labelling discussion and Katie Watson Jordan and Jordan Melzer will lead the Network Resiliency discussion. These conversations will give an opportunity to plan and review the outputs, implementation, and promotion of this process.

A light, continental breakfast will be served at 8:30 and a lunch reception will follow from 12pm-2pm.

You can find the report of our last meeting here. Remote participation will be available (please only RSVP if you are attending the event in-person). Please note that this event will be recorded and livestreamed.

For more information and resources, please visit our website.

*Rouba Alfattal will be away for this meeting and Taylor Bentley will present in her stead.

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