Cyber security issues are rising.
These include the sophistication of targeted hacks, the vast multi-vendor cyber market, and evolving technologies, the pressure to impose stronger cyber security standards for digital databases and acknowledge the critical need for internal cultural shifts in cyber awareness is evident.
The Cyber-Security for the Public Sector Summit 2018, held on the 27-28 November in Sydney will seek to address these cyber-security risks and trends that government organisations face in detecting and responding to cyber-security attacks, with the conference tackling key issues such as:
- Developing consistent internal awareness around cyber risks and maintaining behavioural digital safety practices
- Improving threat prevention, detection, and response strategies while embracing innovation.
- How to work with changing environments including digital landscapes and legislations
The two day forum will bring together senior leaders from the public sector including:
- Sherry Rumbolt, Senior IM/IT Security Officer, Department National Defence, Canada
- Darren Argyle, CISO, ICARE
- Marco Figuroa, CISO, Department Finance, Services and Innovation NSW
- Asaf Ahmad, CISO, NSW Fire Brigade
- Ian McKenzie, CTO, Department of Parliamentary Services
- Andrew Oldaker, CTO, Royal Melbourne Hospital
- Toby McMahon, DCISO, Australian Taxation Office
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