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Cyber Assurance Day presented by ISACA Brisbane Chapter

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Change occurs quickly in the digital world.

  • How do you identify your digital assets?

    How do you know that your digital assets are protected?

  • How do you know if you’re getting the best value from your digital assets?

ISACA Brisbane’s Cyber Assurance Conference will help you answer these questions and more….

ISACA Brisbane Chapter invites you to spend a day with some leading presenters on the topic of cyber assurance.

If you or your business is interested in the governance, assurance ,risk, and security of your digital assets this one-day conference is a must.


Keynote speakers:


Bruno Horta Soares, Executive Senior Advisor, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, PMP, COBIT 5/2019 Trainer, LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Facilitator, GOVaaS - Governance Advisors, as-a-Service, Portugal. Expert Reviewer of COBIT 2019, 2019 ISACA John Kuyers Award for Best Speaker.
Bruno has more than 18 years of Information Systems Professional Services experience, particularly in areas related with Governance, Risk, Control, Audit, Information Security & Privacy and Digital Transformation. Bruno started his career at Deloitte Consulting, worked for Information Risk Management area at KPMG Portugal and for Enterprise Risk Services area at Deloitte Portugal. In 2012 he founded GOVaaS - Governance Advisors as-a-service, where he is currently Senior Advisor, and since then devoted enthusiastically to advising, teaching and training professionals and Organizations in Portugal, Angola, Brazil and Mozambique. Currently he actively collaborates with an ecosystem of local and international partners, particularly IDC Portugal where since 2015 he is Leading Executive Senior Advisor for Digital Transformation, Governance, Strategy and Security related areas.
Bruno has a 5 years degree in Management and Computer Science, from ISCTE and an Executive Program in Project Management, from ISLA Campus Lisbon. He is certified in Project Management Professional (PMP®), from PMI®, Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA®), Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT®) and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC™) and COBIT® 5 Foundation (APMG individual accredited trainer) from ISACA®, ITIL® version 3 Foundation, ISO/IEC 27001 LA and LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitator.
Bruno teaches in different Masters, MBAs and Executive Programs in some of the most prominent Portuguese universities ISCAC - Coimbra Business School, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), University Europeia | Laureate International Universities, Catolica Lisbon Business & Economics (UCP), University Catolica de Angola, Porto Business School, ISEG Lisbon School of Economics and Management, INDEG-ISCTE Executive Education and NOVA IMS Information Management School.
Bruno’s the founder and President of the ISACA Lisbon Chapter, member of several professional associations in the areas of Auditing, IT Governance, and Project Management and keynote speaker at various conferences and seminars. In 2019 he was selected as the recipient of the ISACA John Kuyers Award for Best Speaker “For leading multiple outstanding COBIT® 5 workshops at ISACA International conferences and for contributions in sharing knowledge at ISACA events.


Jo Stewart-Rattray, MEd(Psych), CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISIC, FACS CP(Cyber), ISACA Board Director 2011-2014, 2015-2018, Volunteer Founder, SheLeadsTech Initiative, Director of Information Security & IT Assurance, BRM Advisory, 2020 ISACA Eugene M Frank Award for Meritorious Performance.
Jo has over 25 years’ experience in the IT field some of which were spent as CIO in the Utilities and as Group CIO in the Tourism space, and with significant experience in the Information Security arena. She underpins her information technology and security background with her qualifications in education and management
She specialises in consulting in risk and technology issues with a emphasis on governance and security in both the commercial and operational areas of businesses. Jo provides strategic advice to organisations across a number of industry sectors including banking and finance, utilities, manufacturing, tertiary education, retail and government
Jo has chaired a number of ISACA’s international committees including the Board Audit & Risk Committee, Leadership Development and Professional Influence & Advocacy. She served as an Elected Director on ISACA’s international Board of Directors for seven years and was the founder of its global women’s leadership initiative, SheLeadsTech
Through her involvement with ISACA and the SheLeadsTech program and her rural background Jo was selected from a large number of candidates to be one of only two non-government delegates and was invited to join the official Australian Government delegation to the 62nd Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62) held in New York in March 2018
She has spoken on Capitol Hill during a Day of Advocacy designed to bring tech leaders together in one place to discuss issues related to women in tech leadership and then to meet with Congress representatives and Senator’s offices
Jo has had an award established in her honour to recognise her outstanding leadership and commitment to increasing the representation of women in technology leadership and the tech workforce more broadly. The inaugural ISACA Oceania Jo Stewart-Rattray Award was awarded in September 2018.

Leading presenters on technology leadership, its impact and use:


Dr. Jenine Beekhuyzen, AFR Top 100 Influential Women / Qld Pearcey Winner / Founder Tech Girls Movement Foundation / CEO Adroit Research.
Dr. Jenine Beekhuyzen is a Futurist, Diversity expert, with many accolades for her work, most notably the 2019 Women in Digital UQ Business School Community Change Award, the 2017 Qld Pearcey Award for Entrepreneur of the Year, the 2016 Westpac/AFT Women of Influence and the 2016 Griffith University Sciences Alumnus of the Year. As one of Advance Queensland's Digital Champions two years in a row (2017/2018), she was named by the Sydney Morning Herald as a female rising star in ICT, and the 2014 AIIA iAward Winner Queensland ICT Woman of the Year.


Tony Hayes, CGEIT, AFCHSE, CHE, FACS, FCPA, FIIA, Director of The AGH Group - Executive and Organisational Professional Advisory Service. ISACA President 2013-2014.
Tony has recently retired from the Queensland Government after a long career as a senior executive in various central and service delivery agencies. Tony has led some of the most significant and complex reforms across the Queensland Government during his career requiring specialist experience and skills in strategic management and planning, organisational review and business process improvement, information and business strategy development, change management and project management.
Tony has led the day to day management of some of the largest budgets, capital programs and IT reform programs in Queensland.
He has vast national and international experience in establishing strong business relationships and partnerships at the highest organisational levels in government, the commercial sector and the not for profit sector.
Tony is also an Adjunct Professor and is the Chair of the Business Information Systems Advisory Group to the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Queensland. He has been a board member for 12 years and past International President of ISACA, a global professional association for IT and business professionals based in Chicago, USA.


Professor Michael Brünig, University of Queensland, Head of School of the Business School.
Professor Michael Brünig is a data innovation expert with over 20 years’ experience in research and development across industry, government and academia over three continents. He is the Dean of the Business School at The University of Queensland (UQ) after leading the University’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from 2016 to 2019.
Before joining UQ, Professor Brünig worked with Australia’s most widely known science research and translation hub, CSIRO. As an executive manager with the organisation he led an initiative to establish a National Research Flagship on Digital Productivity which had a focus on productivity in the digital economy and innovation in the service sector. His career started in research and development in the automotive industry in Germany and in Silicon Valley in the United States.
Professor Brünig was the key driver to establish UQ’s inter-disciplinary cyber security initiative with a focus on collaborative research, teaching and industry engagement. The young initiative already attracted international experts to come to Australia and now offers Australia’s first Cyber Security Master that is fully designed using the United States National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Framework.

Georgine Crundell, Cyber Assurance, EY.
Georgina leads EY’s Cyber Assurance Practice in Australia and New Zealand which assists board-level financial audit clients manage their cyber risks. Georgina has over 20 years’ experience in cyber security, leading and implementing strategic responses to enterprise technology risk issues.

Participate in a Q&A session with leading cyber security professionals, including:


David Toma, Director Performance Auditing, Queensland Audit Office.
David Toma is a Director at the Queensland Audit Office (QAO) where he leads a wide variety of audits across Queensland’s diverse public sector. He has over 15 years of experience in public sector auditing.
David was the engagement leader for QAO’s recent performance audit in managing cyber security risks, which was tabled in Queensland Parliament in October 2019. In this audit, he led a team of technical experts to thoroughly test the security of three entities. He developed 17 recommendations for all public sector entities drawing upon the learnings from the three entities included in this audit.
Client interest in this report, specifically QAO’s insights, advice and recommendations, has been high. David has received many requests to present on this report, and the website traffic on the report has been phenomenal.
David holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Information Systems from the University of Melbourne and is a Certified Practicing Accountant.

Gary Gaskell, Cyber Security Specialist Infosec Service, Australian Information Security Association (AISA) 2013 Information Security Professional, Fellow of AISA.
Gary Gaskell has been a driving force in identifying and addressing cyber security risks since 1993, when many organisations were only starting to connect to the Internet. A lot has changed from those days (complexity, interdependence etc), however, security remains an issue for many organisations. There are several reasons our society has never really mastered the cyber risks to business.
He has led the development of cyber security assurance initiatives for the ‘Big Five’, created the first cyber risk register for a bank, designed security for several key government systems and contributed to several reports to two parliaments – and most importantly, helped many organisations to identify and manage their cyber related business risks. He has a focus on cyber security assurance with a keen interest in the security for industrial process control systems (e.g. SCADA);

Amanda-Jane Turner, Manager Cyber Security Operations Centre, University of Queensland, Australian Information Security Association (AISA) 2019 Cyber Security Professional, Fellow of AISA.
Amanda-Jane Turner was in the first cohort to be named a Fellow of the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) in 2019 and has won multiple infosec industry awards. She is a firm believer that diversity in all its forms should be encouraged to promote innovation and find solutions to challenges facing the world. She currently works at the University of Queensland (UQ) as the Manager of the Cyber Security Operations Centre. Prior to that she worked as a Senior Cyber Crime Intelligence Analyst with the Australian Government and she also consults on cybercrime for Threat Vector Security. She has held various roles including security incident response, malware analysis, digital forensics, communications, and fraud investigator. She volunteers at AISA as the Brisbane Branch Executive Chair, is the co-founder and Australian Director of Cyber Century Mentoring, a Justice of the Peace and, an Adjunct Lecturer in Criminology at UQ. From 2016 to 2018 she supported the Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN) by coding, creating and promoting their first blog and was an interim chapter lead in Queensland. Amanda-Jane has written a book cybercrime, mentors students and those new to the infosec industry, speaks at conferences and has guest lectured at Griffith University. She writes about cybercrime and security, tweets as @empressbat, plays MMORPG and her drink of choice is coffee.

Daniella Pittis, Group Chief Information Security Officer, Flight Centre Travel Goup.
Experienced Technology for Business Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the leisure, travel & tourism industry. Information Technology professional skilled in Governance, Risk Management, Information Security, Compliance including Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and Technology Benefits Realisation.


Robert DeHaan, B.Eng B.A.Econ, MBA., CEO Layer8 Security.

Robert started his career as an Electronics Engineer designing cryptographic systems for the Australian and United States governments. During this time, he was awarded many times for his designs.
Robert has held many notable positions during his career, from founding Layer 8 security, and Clariti Pty Ltd which both specialized in addressing IT security to IronPort, Tektronix, Cloudmark, Cisco, Brocade and Imperva.
Some of Robert’s more notable positions were as the Head of the eSecurity cluster within Queensland Government and as Chairman of the Board for E-Net Ltd focused on IT, the Arts, innovation and Security for the Queensland industry.
After having worked in information security for over 40 years, Robert believes that unless we move beyond relying on technology alone, and start addressing human risk, we are in a no- win situation.
Robert started Layer 8 Security in 2011, now a national company providing unique Cyber Security Risk Programs to reduce the threats of the “Human Factor”.
The B.A.C.K.S Framework (Behaviour, Attitude, Culture and Knowledge for Security) is recognized as an innovative world leading solution designed to analyse and measure the behaviour of people in cyber security and Workplace Health and Safety.
Robert has also developed an innovative training and awareness program that claims to increase knowledge retention from 10% up to 75%. His development of the Cyber Escape Room principle has received global accolades for its design.

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