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This workshop is the 2nd of a series hosted by the Cybershift Alliance which aim to assist organisations address culture change

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The CyberShift Alliance is a collaboration between several associations and organizations including ISACA SheLeadsTech, FITT, CISO Lens, AWSN, the Australian Signals Directorate, AustCyber, ISC2 and AISA, DOTM, EY and Forrester Research who aim to address culture change within security.

The alliance was born from an International Women’s Day event run by AWSN and ISACA aptly titled “Don’t Reward The Brilliant Jerk” and the AustCyber ''Culture Shock'' Event. 'These events attracted significant interest from attendees, and a call to action that we want to do better as an industry to address hidden systematic, and endemic issues that have plagued our industry.

To address this culture change, the CyberShift Alliance held a discussion on 21 July 2021 on what toxic culture looks like in practice and how individuals, leaders and organizations can address it.

This workshop is a follow-up discussion from this first session.

The Agenda for the workshop and the details on how to join will be sent closer to the date.

BIO OF ORGANISERS

Laura Lees has over 20 years experience in the technology, security and risk management industries with a focus on financial services. She was recently appointed Country Business Information Security Officer - Australia/New Zealand for a global Financial Services organisation and is responsible for all Information Security related matters in country. Laura is also the current Vice President for the ISACA Sydney Chapter having served on the board for the past 3 years.

Laura holds an MBA from MGSM and a Bachelor of Science majoring in Computer Science, along with industry certifications such as CISSP, CISM and SABSA.

Laura has been nominated for a number of industry awards including being the 2019 recipient of the Jo Stewart-Rattray award for Women in Leadership from ISACA International.

Jinan Budge leads Forrester’s security and risk research in Asia Pacific. Jinan’s research focuses on enabling the success of the chief information security officer (CISO) role; creating transformational cybersecurity strategies; and building security awareness, behaviour, and culture programs at the heart of a security strategy.

Jinan is a champion for diversity and inclusion in security and brings a local and global perspective and cultural lens to her research and practice.

James Turner is the founder of CISO Lens, which is the peak body for cyber security executives from the largest organisations across Australia and New Zealand. James works as an industry analyst at CISO Lens; facilitating roundtable discussions, conducting primary research, and producing reports that provide evidence-based decision support. James also authors the CISO Lens Benchmark; an annual report published by CISO Lens that provides independent, local, and current information for technology and security executives.

Jacqui Kernot is a partner in Cyber Security at EY in the financial services sector. She speaks regularly about the impact of digital disruption on privacy and trust as well as the engagement of humans as the primary attack surface in enterprises.

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