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Balancing Cyber Risk and Resiliency: Dealing with the Cyber Threat from Within

Trust is fundamental in business. But how much trust can you give?

The ‘trusted insider’ represents a real and enduring risk to everyday business practices. Insider activity is at the very least embarrassing and damaging to an organisation’s reputation, but it can also be disruptive, expensive and life threatening.

During this session, hear from industry leaders and peers on driving leadership at the board, raising the profile of security and risk within the organisation, and industry best practices on mitigating internal threats.

 Then stay on to network with your peers and enjoy a tasting flight of Japanese whisky alongside delicious yakitori.

 

 Date: Thursday, 11th October 2018

Time: 3.15pm arrival for a 3.30pm start

Venue: Tokyo Bird

Address: Shop 2, 226-228 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
(Entry on Belmore Lane)

 

Cybersecurity and risk management is a team effort. We'd be delighted to extend an invitation to your colleague who has a cybersecurity or risk management focus to attend the event. Simply email events@nttict.com with your nomination.

We look forward to seeing you at the event!

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Claire Pales

Claire Pales, Advisor, IBRS

CISO Leadership: Raising the Profile of Security to Reduce Risk in your Organisation

Building a culture of cyber awareness requires a strong communications plan and patience. How do you as a leader in cybersecurity or risk management raise the profile of security with your executive team so they can better understand, manage and invest in addressing risk?

Ben Chung

Ben Chung, CISO, NTT Communications

The Accidental Hacker: Mitigating Insider Threats

While malicious employees generate more press, error and negligence are the real insider threats. What strategies can you employ to identify and mitigate these seemingly mundane but critical issues?

David Quist2

David Quist, Security Solutions Specialist, Aruba

Digital Sherlock Holmes: Machine Learning for Threat Detection

Detecting internal threats requires the ability to not only understand what is different, but to make a decision about whether “different” means “deadly”. Find out how machine learning can spot changes that until now have evaded perimeter defences.

Time

Activity

3.15pm


Guests Arrive

3.30pm


Welcome and introduction of speakers

3.45pm

CISO Leadership: Raising the Profile of Security to Reduce Risk in your Organisation

Building a culture of cyber awareness requires a strong communications plan and patience. How do you as a leader in cybersecurity or risk management raise the profile of security with your executive team so they can better understand risk, manage risk and invest in addressing risk?

Claire Pales, Advisor, IBRS

4.30pm

The Accidental Hacker: Mitigating Insider Threats

While malicious employees generate more press, error and negligence are the real insider threats. What strategies can you employ to identify and mitigate these seemingly mundane but critical issues?

Ben Chung, CISO, NTT Communications

4.45pm

Digital Sherlock Holmes: Machine Learning for Threat Detection

Detecting internal threats requires the ability to not only understand what is different, but to make a decision about whether “different” means “deadly”. Find out how machine learning can spot changes that until now have evaded perimeter defences.

David Quist, Security Solutions Specialist, Aruba

5.00pm


Whisky tasting

6.00pm


Dinner

About the Venue

Tokyo Bird is a Japanese inspired small bar located in Belmore Lane, Surry Hills, specialising in Japanese whisky and beer, cocktails, sake and yakitori – chicken and other delicious morsels on skewers, grilled Japanese style.

Established in 2014, Tokyo Bird combines the best of Tokyo’s yakitori-ya and classic cocktail bars in an intimate Sydney laneway small bar.

Tokyo Bird has one of Australia’s largest Japanese whisky collections, including rare bottlings from Suntory Whisky, Ichiro’s Malt, Nikka Whisky and more. They are also growing their Scotch whisky collection, including rare and unique independent bottlings.

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