On November 24th, TFI hosted the third and final webinar in our fall 2020 series, entitled “The New Leader”, as we continue to explore how financial services workplaces are pivoting in response to the pandemic, and the organizational changes that we would like to bring forward into the future.
This summer, Toronto Finance International (TFI) launched TFI Talent Talks, an interview series which showcased senior talent leaders in financial services sharing how their organizations are responding to the pandemic, the new directions they have taken to support their employees, the lessons learned and their views for the future.
More on the House of Commons report: Cybersecurity in the Financial Sector as a National Security Issue.
In June 2019, the Canadian House of Commons delivered a Report of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security, entitled, Cybersecurity in the Financial Sector as a National Security Issue.
The cybersecurity skills shortfall was addressed in the report, with insights from other jurisdictions (Australia and Israel) and some samples of good work being done in Canada to help alleviate the cyber skills shortage. Toronto Finance International’s (TFI’s) own report, The changing faces of cybersecurity: Closing the cyber risk gap, completed in partnership with Deloitte, was referenced, as a source to quantify the magnitude of the skills shortage. Our research indicates that Canada will need to fill 8,000 cybersecurity roles between 2016 and 2021.