Improving Cyber Security In The Covid-19 Age By Maturing InfoSec Processes, Technology And Business Awareness Around Emerging Threats & Risks
As Covid-19 brings about scaled remote and digital ways of working, information security teams can no longer rely on existing practices and capabilities to be effective against the new threats and risks that permeate into their environments.
This has left many a cyber-teams challenged with finding answers to the following questions:
- How can I mature security capabilities like zero-trust architecture, end point security and multifactor authentication without making day to day business activity cumbersome?
- What’s the best way to ensure security when business decisions are prioritizing agility over quality?
- What are the best ways to engage and educate the business on new cyber hygiene practices when the critical human touch is missing?
With this in mind, IQPC proudly presents to you ANZ’s first of its kind “Cyber Security In the Age of Coronavirus” Online Summit.
Running on 9-10 June, this is your opportunity to get on top of leading practices, solutions and engagement strategies provided by CISOs across the banking, utility, mining, retail, government and healthcare sectors to ensure the business continues to evolve out of the Covid-19 crisis speedily yet securely.
Reasons to attend:
- Australia’s only dedicated virtual event focused on how the cyber security and technology risk community learn from Covid-19’s impact on traditional cyber security controls, practices and hygiene
- Learn how leading Australian government, utility, mining and healthcare CISOs overcame sectoral and varied operating model challenges with enabling and scaling security capability
- Work through challenges with enabling multi-factor authentication, end point security and zero trust architecture for secure digital working
- Problem solve and interact with industry peers through live Q&A and interactive polls sprinkled across the webinar sessions
Date: Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 June 2020
Venue: Online Conference
Time: 8:50am - 12.10pm (AEST)
Cost: Free to register
Full details and to register: https://www.cshub.com/events-cybersecurity-covid-19/