The citizens' view of cyber security

The citizens' view of cyber security

Oct 18
CEDA welcomes IBM Lead Partner – Digital Strategy, Monish Paul and IBM Services Leader for WA, Jamie Morgan, to lead a highly interactive conversation on cyber security threats and the implications for WA.


Monish Paul, IBM Lead Partner - Digital Strategy, IBM
Jamie Morgan, IBM Services Leader, IBM

Event overview

Join CEDA for this Trustee event to discuss how cyber security threats and community expectations on data protection will challenge the services provided by WA government.
During this boardroom session you will have an opportunity to engage with your peers in small group settings to discuss:

  • Citizens’ expectation on data protection;
  • Implications for effective service provision by government; and
  • Potential responses from government on cyber security.

This briefing is by invitation only to CEDA Trustees. Trustees are senior leaders nominated by CEDA member organisations. At CEDA boardroom briefings Trustees hear from an informed, expert guest speaker in a private, small group setting. Invitations to boardroom briefings are a valued benefit of CEDA membership. Chatham House Rule applies.

Meet the facilitators

Monish Paul
IBM Lead Partner - Digital Strategy, IBM

Monish is currently the Managing Partner for IBM Global Business Services in Western Australia and the Lead Partner – Digital Strategy for IBM Australia and New Zealand. He has previously held senior leadership roles with Deloitte Australia and the WA Government. He specialises in strategy execution and large-scale organisation transformation, always recognising the people impact of organisational change and reform. Monish has over 28 years’ experience in Consulting and Government, having held senior advisory positions in Australia and overseas. From 1987 to 2000, he rose to senior roles in the Federal and State Public Service. Monish anchored his Public Sector roles in Industry Development, having served in South East Asia with Austrade as well as holding the inaugural Trade and Investment Director role for the WA Government based in India for three years. He then joined Arthur Andersen in 2000, which merged its Consulting practice in Perth with Deloitte in 2002.

Jamie Morgan
IBM Services Leader, IBM

Jamie represents IBM Services in WA and has Over his 24 years’ experience in the Information Technology industry. He is an advocate for creating value from technology and specialises in supporting new ways to address business challenges. This includes aspects like the development of the first e-commerce patent for a Western Australian owned company, and leading research and development for supply chains across Australia. Jamie has helped WA based companies transform and deliver ICT services Globally, Nationally, and for regional/remote Western Australia across Mining, Oil and Gas, Retail, Manufacturing, and WA Government.

Meet the host

Angela Pak
Partner - Technological Risk and Cyber Security Practice, KPMG

Angela is a Partner and leads the KPMG Technology Risk and Cyber Security practice in WA. Angela has over 15 years professional experience in performing Cyber Security and Technology focused engagements in the WA market. Specific areas of passion includes emerging technology risk identification and management, cyber strategy development, crisis management planning and cyber security incident detection and response. Angela has been a sounding board for a number of local and national Audit & Risk Management Committees, Executives and IT managers on all issues relating to technology and cyber security risk.

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Trustee event advice - Coronavirus

We at CEDA are proud to regularly convene and engage speakers and audiences as an essential element of our efforts to broaden discussion and debate of the most important policy issues facing Australia. In doing so, our first priority is always the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff.

With that in mind, CEDA has postponed all Trustee events until 31 May 2020. However CEDA remains true to its purpose of providing platforms to inform and promote debate of critical issues and driving policy solutions and will continue critical discussions for Australia’s economic, social and environmental development through a digital events program including exclusive livestreams, podcasts and video.

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