Organisational risk in an era of cyber threats

Organisational risk in an era of cyber threats

NSW
Jun 23
The NSW 2017 Innovation and Disruption Series returns to examine the economics of cyber security and organisational risk in an age of constant cyber threats

Speakers

Alastair MacGibbon, Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Greg Gale, National Security Officer, Microsoft Australia
Dr Maria Milosavljevic, Chief Information Security Officer, NSW Government

Event overview

Cybersecurity is at the forefront of business and government leader priorities in an era of constant cyber threats.

Being connected is now essential, creating new opportunities for innovation and growth for all Australians. Yet greater levels of connectivity and digitisation has enhanced Australia as a target for cybercrime. As such, weak cybersecurity carries with it enormous organisational risk.

All of us — governments, businesses and individuals — need to work together to build resilience to cyber security threats and to make the most of opportunities online.

This event will examine:

  • Policy measures that build resilience of Australia’s cybersecurity capabilities and institutions;
  • Preparing for the worst and the inevitability of cyber threats;
  • The threat to organisational reputation – measuring the risk of cyber threats and establishing trust with customers; and
  • Cybersecurity as an economic driver and the role of trusted technology in enhancing productivity.

 

Meet the speakers

Alastair MacGibbon
Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

Greg Gale
National Security Officer, Microsoft Australia

Dr Maria Milosavljevic
Chief Information Security Officer, NSW Government

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