The Five Knows of Cyber Security and preparing for Mandatory Data Breach Notification changes
Note this session is BYOC (Bring Your Own Colleague!). Please RSVP by Friday, 21st July
We as security professionals are often 'preaching to the converted' when we speak amongst our peers.
In light of the calls from government and industry alike to make Cyber security a ‘Team Sport’, for this month’s AISA session, members are encouraged to invite along their CEO, CIO, CFO, CMO, Legal, Sales, Marketing or any others to encourage them to learn about what we do, why we do it and how they can get involved....
In this session, Rachael Falk (one of the co-authors of the Five Knows) will explain how the Five Knows could help you and your organisation prepare for mandatory data breach notification regime that was introduced as part of legislative changes this February. The new law will require relevant organisations to have robust processes in place to deal with assessing and potentially notifying individuals about loss of their information.
Speaker: Rachael Falk - Director Technology, Security and Strategy .au Domain Administration Ltd
Rachael is the Director of Technology, Security and Strategy at the .au Domain Administration (auDA). In this senior role, Rachael provides strategic guidance and advice on cyber security for auDA. This role is responsible for ensuring that the .au online environment is perceived as a safe and trusted space.
Prior to this, Rachael was at Telstra Corporation Limited where she led Telstra’s Cyber Influence capability. This team, sitting within Telstra’s Security Operations Group, was the first dedicated team of its kind within Telstra to establish and drive a cyber security culture within the company. Rachael also co-developed the Five Knows of Cyber Security, an easy and accessible approach to cyber security that can be effectively used to manage cyber security risk from the Board down.
Before moving into cyber security, Rachael was a lawyer for 15 years.
Rachael is a published author having written several articles for the CBS publication ZDNet, as well as two chapters in the Forbes–Palo Alto Australian publication of Navigating the Digital Age: The Definitive Cybersecurity Guide for Directors and Officers
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Many thanks to our Sponsors
AISA thanks Thales for their sponsorship of this meeting.
AISA also thanks PwC for sponsoring the venue for this meeting.