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Speaker: Phil Gratton

Associate Faculty, Digital Academy, Canada School of Public Service

Phil Gratton is an Associate Faculty at the Canada School of Public Service’s Digital Academy, with a mission to help public servants and their leadership gain the knowledge, skills and mindsets required to flourish in the digital age. He was previously the Director General of the Data Management Branch at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), where he led teams of security practitioners in innovative and compliant data solutions in support of national security investigations. He previously served as the CSIS Chief of Cyber Centre, investigating threats from state and terrorist cyber actors. He has been involved in a broad range of national security investigations at the CSIS’s national headquarters in Ottawa, in various regional offices across the country, and in locations abroad. He holds a Master’s in International Relations from the University of Ottawa. Phil explores issues of leadership, technology, national security, and complexity.

Participating in: Day 1 – Conference opening and Day 2 – Opening plenary

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