Clutch Canada’s Annual CyberSecurity Ski Summit 2024

Enjoy a unique experience with clutch

Event details


Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge
1 Centennial Dr, Kananaskis Village, AB T0L 2H0, Canada 


February 29th, 2024


9Am – 10pm
9:00AM-4:30PM — Conference | Rockies Room
8:00AM | Pre-Conference Coffee & Networking
9:00AM | guest Speaker: Palo Alto Networks
Daniel Sergile – Director at unit 42

9:45AM | Panel Discussion with T2D3
10:15AM | Coffee Break
10:30AM | guest Speaker: Rubrik
steven stone – sr. director, head of zero labs
11:15AM | vendor presentation: lookout
topic: anatomy of a Threat & the modern Threat Vector
12:00pm | lunch
1:00PM | panel discussion with t2d3
1:30PM | vendor presentation: abnormal security
topic: state of the union: The Future of email threats
2:15PM | coffee break
2:30PM | panel discussion: Commvault
TOPIC: unleash the power of Cyber Resilience
3:15pm | vendor presentation: firemon
topic: the ski patroller’s guide to cloud security ops
3:45PM |  guest speaker: arctic wolf
Lisa Tetrault – VP, security operations (SOC)

5:30PM-6:30PM — Cocktail Hour at Woody’s Pub
7PM-10PM — Dinner Reception | Rockies Room


Join Clutch for an unforgettable experience at the Annual CyberSecurity Ski Summit at the luxurious Pomeroy Kananaskis Lodge, just a 1-hour drive from Calgary’s city limits. This exclusive event is a full-day conference from
9:00AM-4:30PM featuring sessions led by industry experts discussing topics around Cybersecurity. Sessions will be a mix of round table discussion, vendor presentations and guest speakers. Following the conference, enjoy a cocktail hour and dinner reception at the Lodge surrounded by breathtaking alpine forest and majestic mountain peaks.

Adding a touch of history and background, the Lodge was built in 1986 in anticipation of the 1988 Winter Olympics. During the games, it played host to alpine events at the nearby Nakiska Ski Area. Beyond its role as a sports venue, the Lodge is also a hub for rejuvenation, offering amenities such as the nearby Kananaskis Nordic Spa. Encompassing a sprawling 50,000 square feet, the Lodge boasts a Relaxation Lodge, five outdoor pools, five steam and sauna cabins, along with massage treatments and various other services.

Don’t miss this unparalleled opportunity to network, learn and rejuvenated.

Register below today!


Vehicles parked at provincial park and public land sites in Kananaskis Country and the Bow Valley need a Conservation Pass; the lodge and surrouding property are not exempt from this requirement. Passes can be purchased online or at visitor station in Kananaskis, they cannot be purchased from the lodge.For more information, please visit: