Office of the National Cyber Director, The White House
Chief Information Security Officer
General Manager Enterprise Security
Head of Offensive Security
Security Awareness & Culture Lead
Group Head of Cyber Security
About this Event
The cyber security space has always been fast paced and constantly evolving, with new technologies, methods of attacks and changing regulation, however the rate of that change and the awareness of its importance has never been greater.
With attacks on major Australian organisations ramping up and being put on public display like never before the demands on cyber leaders are mounting and previous business conceptions of cyber security being somewhat of an afterthought are now very much a thing of the past, cyber is now a top priority.
Concerns over wide sweeping regulation and the legal culpability of executives is almost certainly a reality in the not-so-distant future. This in combination with the global geopolitical implications on cyber security and the shortage of skilled labour has made the job of cyber leaders increasingly difficult and more important than ever.
With that said It’s easy to get caught up in hysteria and lose track of the true risks and priorities of your organisation, everyone’s journey is different. This summit will cut through the noise and dig into the key considerations and practices of some of Australia’s leading cyber executives. We will unpack real examples of how leaders are communicating the jargon of cyber, creating cultures of shared responsibility, reviewing new threat vectors and understanding the best methods in determining where to allocate your limited resources for the best return.
- Heads of IT Security
- Heads of Cyber
- Heads of Technology Risk
- Heads of Risk