Canadian Federal Government Cybersecurity and Incident Response training

June 27, 2023

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Date June 27, 2023 H 08:30
End June 27, 2023 H 11:30
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About the event

Click Networks and Mjolnir Security, in collaboration with SentinelOne, are proud to present an in-depth cybersecurity training program for Canadian Federal Government employees focusing on Incident Response utilizing SentinelOne’s advanced Singularity platform, Tuesday, June 27 from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. EDT. This course is specifically designed for federal government employees with the primary objective of bolstering their cybersecurity knowledge and incident response capabilities.

Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest cybersecurity threats, including ransomware, and the most effective mitigation strategies. Our training will equip you with the skills to detect, prevent, and respond to cyber threats, reinforcing the overall security posture of your organization.

Key Training Components

  • Understanding Cyber Threats: Gain insights into the current cyber threat landscape, focusing on the methodologies employed by threat actors, with special attention to ransomware attacks.
  • Incident Response with Singularity: Learn how to leverage the SentinelOne Singularity platform for effective incident response. Understand the workings of AI-driven threat detection and response, and how it helps in neutralizing threats swiftly and efficiently.
  • Hands-on Labs: Utilize our custom-built Virtual Machines (VMs) and a private cloud environment secured behind a VPN for practical learning. Run selected ransomware simulations to witness the robust protection capabilities of SentinelOne in real time.
  • Ransomware Simulation and Protection: Get the unique opportunity to select and run ransomware of your choice in a controlled environment, observing how the SentinelOne Singularity platform detects, neutralizes, and recovers from such threats.
  • Reporting and Post-Incident Activity: Learn how to compile an incident response report, conduct post-incident reviews, and identify key measures to prevent future threats.
Note: This session is intended for cybersecurity professionals, IT administrators, and anyone responsible for ensuring the cybersecurity of their organization. Prior knowledge of cybersecurity concepts will be beneficial but is not a prerequisite.


Milind Bhargava
Milind Bhargava – Mjolnir Security

Milind Bhargava is a distinguished cybersecurity expert, possessing over 14 years of rich experience in the realm of Information Security. His proficiency lies in a wide range of sub-fields including Cyber Security Resilience, Incident Management, Threat Risk Assessments, and Technical Security Management. He has showcased his leadership prowess by spearheading cyber response and recovery for significant data breaches, with his crisis management and coordination skills earning him a commendation. Milind’s ability to comprehend and counter both existing and emerging threats, along with his skill in implementing effective compensating controls, has greatly contributed to mitigating business and technology risks. His technical prowess is well-displayed in managing security monitoring, orchestrating incident responses, and strategizing enhancements for these systems.

Milind has also distinguished himself as a sought-after speaker at many industry conferences and is an effective educator and mentor. Recent workshops include:

  1. Incident Response to the Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Peel, Halton Police agencies, and the RCMP.
  2. Workshops to individuals from Interpol, Europol, FBI, US Marines, CRA, RCMP, CCCS, Australian Federal Police agencies, New Zealand Police agencies, German Police agencies, and Canadian Armed Forces.

In addition to his professional and workshop experience, Milind has been sharing his knowledge and expertise as a professor at George Brown College for over 8.5 years. He teaches Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) to Postgraduate students, further contributing to the development of future cybersecurity professionals.