Sydney Branch Meeting: March 20

Sydney Day Month: Meeting Name
“A practical guide and briefing for the Mandatory Breach Notification Scheme” - Industry experts will share useful information and their views.

“A practical guide and briefing for the Mandatory Breach Notification Scheme”

Industry experts will share useful information and their views, along with practical, real-world examples that attendees will be able to consider & use for their organisational planning and goals.

Speakers: Patrick Fair - Baker and McKenzie, Sandra Ragg - Department of Home Affairs and a Q&A panel with the speakers including Carl Woerndle – Executive Director at Elevate SSI and John Karabin, Director of Cybersecurity, Dimension Data.

Patrick Fair - Patrick has extensive experience providing regulatory advice and acting in transactions associated with information technology and systems, intellectual property and telecommunications.

Sandra Ragg - As Head of the Office of the Prime Minister's Cyber Security Special Adviser, Sandra's goal is to build a strong Australian cyber security ecosystem by leading on cyber security strategy and policy. Her work is focused by Australia's Cyber Security Strategy and driven by a vision for national cyber resilience to support economic and social development and national security.

Carl Woerndle - As the Executive Director of Elevate SSI, Carl works with organisations to strategically improve information security and breach readiness.
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John Karabin, is Director of Cybersecurity for Dimension Data Australia. In this role, he is responsible for defining our Security go-to-market, and enhancing its reputation as a trusted partner.

Prior to joining Dimension Data in February 2018, John developed broad experience in risk based information security, cyber security, identity management and telecommunications.
John recognises the cybersecurity landscape changes daily – from the threats themselves to the solutions being conjured up to combat them. Therefore it is crucial that cybersecurity is seen as more than a matter of technology – it is a matter of business risk. Government, enterprise and small business alike need to understand their core assets, where they are, who is accessing them, how they’re accessed to ensure ongoing compliance and business resilience in an evolving threat landscape. He has seen how security events and their associated impact often ricochet, with long term damaging effects on an organisation’s reputation, business value and individuals.

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Many thanks to our sponsor

3/20/2018 5:15 PM - 7:30 PM
Dimension Data. Level 6 121-127 Harrington St The Rocks, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA