When most companies think of information security, they think cyber security but it’s more than that. Consider how security of information is addressed within your firewall and realise that your data is at risk in any form.
Organisations are spending billions of dollars on perimeter defense and data loss prevention solutions to protect the network firewall - according to Gartner, $21B in 2015 alone. But even if you invest properly to prevent an incursion onto your network from the outside, there are still loopholes inside your organisation that allow for accidental or nefarious information leaks.
- Greater than 40% of data breaches come from inside an organisation
- Approximately 21% of all internal data breaches involve printed data
- How Canadian Information Security legislation defines your obligation to safeguarding your data behind the firewall.
- Key ways to address these at-risk areas of your business and gain control of your document security today.
Vice President, Legal and General Counsel, Ricoh Canada Inc.
Marc Cotie was appointed Vice President, Legal and General Counsel for Ricoh Canada in December 2012.
In this role, Cotie actively manages all legal services provided to Ricoh Canada and has overall responsibility for the company's legal department. Cotie provides leadership in the management of Canadian customer contracts, as well as a wide variety of other commercial matters such as strategic relationships, matters of risk assessment, remedies, compliance and regulatory matters. Cotie has also played a leadership role in the company's activities in connection with strategic acquisitions and reorganisations.
Cotie has been with Ricoh Canada since 2010.
Previously Cotie had gained over 10 years' experience in the legal field, starting with Baker & McKenzie's Toronto office, then at Sony of Canada Ltd.
Cotie holds Common Law and Civil Law degrees, as well as an undergraduate degree, from McGill University and is a member of the Ontario Bar.