The cybersecurity war: risk and resilience in a world of unknowns

About the Event
THE CYBERSECURITY WAR: RISK AND RESILIENCE IN A WORLD OF UNKNOWNS

Over the past few years, data breaches have become increasingly common. Worryingly, no one is immune. With the cloud environments and consumer devices becoming increasingly targeted, the question now facing security and risk management leaders is how to define and address cybersecurity risks in the face of bolder, more commercial and less traceable cybercriminals. Please join Dr Hugh Bradlow, President of The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering as he discusses how to manage cybersecurity threats in a world of unknowns. 

What we'll cover: 
  • TOPIC 1: Why we're losing the war on cyber security
  • TOPIC 2: A new breed of cyber attackers - bolder, more commercial and less traceable
  • TOPIC 3: Prevention, detection and resilience – what matters most?
  • TOPIC 4: The future of cyber war

Where and when

NSW - Thurs 17 May
Soho Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf, Level 4, 26-32 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont NSW 2009

VIC - Thurs 24 May
Garden Rooms, Crown Melbourne, Level 1, Crown Towers,
8 Whiteman Street, Southbank VIC 3006

WEBINAR - Tues May 29 
Please register at http://business.canon.com.au/cyberwar-risk-resilience

Time:
Live events: 7:45am to 9:00am (Presentation starts at 8:00am).
Webinar: 3:00pm - 4:00pm AEST (NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT)
                2:30pm - 3:30pm ACST (SA & NT)
                1:00pm - 2:00pm AWST (WA)


Limited seats available

Breakfast provided

Cost: Free



Speaker Bio
Dr Hugh Bradlow, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering

Please join Dr. Hugh Bradlow, one of Australia’s foremost technology thinkers, as he discusses cybersecurity in an increasingly digitised world. Hugh will consider the emerging threats to your data, risk management strategies, and what the future holds.

The former Chief Scientist at Telstra, Dr. Hugh Barlow is a self-professed technology ‘tragic.’ At Telstra, Hugh was always looking out for new technologies that could benefit Australia’s leading Telco. Today, as President of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, Hugh is working to transform Australia into a world-leader in technology.

An internationally recognised leader in his field, Hugh was named by Global Telecom Business as one of the most 100 most influential telecommunications executives in the world, and Smart Company designated him as one of the 12 most influential people in Australian ICT.

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