The Treasury Update Podcast by Strategic Treasurer

Episode 202

Security Standards Are Shifting: A Series on Cyber Security

Organizations of all sizes are under persistent attack and surveillance at an increasing level. Understanding these attacks and strengthening our defenses must include a process of steady updates to our systems, processes, and team members.

In this episode, Host Craig Jeffery sits down with Jonathan Doskocil of TD Bank and Christopher Gerda of Bottomline Technologies for the second conversation in this series concerning cyber security. This episode covers topics including changing security standards, growing risks, and the duty placed on companies to protect their people, data, and assets.

Host:

Craig Jeffery, Strategic Treasurer

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Speaker:

Jonathan Doskocil, TD Bank

Jonathan Doskocil of TD Bank
TD Bank

Speaker:

Christopher Gerda, Bottomline

Jo K Jagadish
Bottomline

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