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The State of Cyber in 2018 - A Panel Event

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L27, 333 Collins Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000

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As emerging technologies and larger data sets help to disrupt and innovate across the globe, companies recognise the increasing reliance on cyber capabilities. Join us as our experienced panellists share their thoughts on how companies competing in this ever-evolving digital world can protect themselves from cyber risks. We hope that insights from this debate will help you become more resilient to cyber shocks and their related cascading and disruptive consequences in line with the following topics:

  • How much risk can you stomach?

  • DevOps: faster isn’t always better

  • Legal implications of Notifiable Data Breaches & GDPR

  • Cyber predictions for 2018

Q & A will follow.


Panel members:

Helaine Leggat Co-founder of Information Legal, she is one of the few people in the world to hold a Bachelor of Law degree together with CISSP, CISM and CIPP Credentials.

Craig Davies Former Head of Security for Atlassian, he is now the CEO of AustCyber – the Government’s recently establish Cyber Security Growth Centre.

James Turner Senior Advisor of IBRS, he has over a decade of experience in the Security industry, focussing on distilling and disseminating better practices around security leadership.

Phil Kernick Co-founder & CTO of CQR, over 25 years’ he has been a practitioner, business owner and an outspoken advocate pertaining to security.

The panel discussion will be moderated and led by Ian Grayson who has provided editorial services to Global IT, Telecommunications and Professional services firms, as well as Government departments.


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A buffet style breakfast will be served at 7:30am.

The panel discussion is scheduled to begin at 8:00am and will conclude at 9:00am, with time for networking following the event.

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