The unprecedented global crisis due to COVID 19 has opened a plethora of opportunities for highly sophisticated cyberattacks, capitalizing on the pandemic scare and rapid transition of remote workforce functionality. The evident paradigm shift has resulted emphasises on the need to reengineer the cybersecurity strategy, due to the expansive threat landscape and it is critical for organizations to balance data privacy, customer satisfaction, workforce e?ciency and business profitability (more than ever before).
Focal point Australia:
There has been an evident surge in malware, phishing, and distributed denial of services since the onset of the pandemic across the Commonwealth of Australia. With the intent to take appropriate actions against these threat actors, the region along with its member states and international partners are to reinforce their collaboration on technical operations at judicial as well as diplomatic levels.
Organizations today, need to not only move beyond compliance and implement dynamic security integration through a multi layered approach, but also need to embrace an enterprise wide culture of cyber risk ownership. To achieve optimum cyber resilience and safeguard business continuity, a dynamic risk management framework is extremely essential for organizations. The recent release of the Australian Cyber Security Strategy 2020 will give a much-needed incentive to the creation of a secure digital ecosystem to safeguard the nations citizens, business community and critical infrastructure functionality.
The Australia CISO Confluence:
EC-Council’s CISO MAG as an enabler of strategic community integration has planned a crisp two days virtual engagement designed to create more awareness on the need for cybersecurity and its related implications in these testing times. The Australia CISO Confluence will derive realistic insights from senior industry experts on how to redefine security frameworks, mitigate threats and encourage a new culture of cybersecurity to sustain continuity across the region’s business intensive digital ecosystems.
- CEO / CIO / CTO / CSO / CISO / CDO
- SVP, VP, Directors
- IT Director/ HoDs
- IT Security Adviso r/ Heads / Specialist / Lead
- Head of Planning, Governance, Risk
- Information Security Manager
- IT Consultants
Key topics of Discussion:
- Cyber Security Strategy 2020: Public-Private Partnerships to overhaul the cyber resilience of critical infrastructure networks and systems
- Fortify enterprise-wide security through cyber forensics and threat hunting capabilities
- Deploying a zero-trust architecture to protect critical functions and services while securing business continuity
- Leveraging cloud and AI to derive a proactive and rapid incident response mechanism
Salvatore Trimboli, Chief Technology Officer, E.L & C. Baillieu Limited
Nicki Doble, Group Chief Information Officer, Cover More Insurance
Rassoul Ghaznavi Zadeh, Director of Information Security, ResMed
Martin Doherty, Head of Cyber Risk and Compliance, Macquarie Group
Andrew Wan, Chief Information Security Officer, The Smith Family
Daniel Pludek, Chief Technology Officer, Kips McGarth Education Centers
Dates: 28 - 29 October 2020
Times: Wed, Oct 28, 2020 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM AEDT AND Thu, Oct 29, 2020 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM AEDT