To protect against increasingly sophisticated cyber threats, organisations and individuals need to understand the risks that they are exposed to each and every day. Join penetration testers, chief security officers, information security directors and heads of risk and compliance as we explore the global cyber security landscape and work to protect against headless worms, machine-to-machine attacks, jailbreaking, ghostware and two-faced malware. See demonstrations on how hackers are penetrating your systems and what they are doing with your data.


Nigel Phair

Managing Director
Centre for Internet Safety


Professor Sara Smyth

Associate Professor
La Trobe University


Brad Fallen

Senior Adviser Cyber Policy
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet


David Campbell

Director, CERT Australia

 


RACHAEL FALK

Director Technology, Security & Strategy, .au Domain Administration

 

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Who should attend:

  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Chief Security Officer
  • Heads and Directors of IT, Cyber Intelligence, Risk and Compliance
  • Penetration Testers
  • Information Security Directors
  • Heads of Risk and compliance


Why Attend:

  1. Learn best practice threat mitigation techniques from leading cyber security practitioners
  2. Insulate your business from cyber-security threats that will emerge with large scale adoption of connected devices
  3. Gain insight into the techniques and backdoors attackers are using to infiltrate your systems
  4. See demonstrations of current and emerging penetration processes
  5. Network with leading security providers, practitioners and penetration testers

 

Agenda:

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

2:30 | The Evolving Business-Government Cyber Security Partnership
  • CERT Australia's role in a dynamic cyber threat environment
  • Raising the cyber security bar - The Australian Government Cyber Security Strategy
  • Partnership in action - Development and implementation of the Joint Cyber Security Centres and national cyber security awareness raising

David Campbell, Director, CERT Australia

3:10 | Assessing Australia's Cyber Security Landscape
  • How is the Commonwealth protecting its services from attack?
  • What can we learn from recent high-profile attacks?
  • How can you protect your business and educate your workers?

Brad Fallen, A/Assistant Secretary Cyber Policy | Office of the Cyber Security Special Adviser, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

3:30 | Steps to a Cyber Secure Policy - Risk Mitigation
  • Common threats & spear phishing: How could you be impacted?
  • Threats presented by connected devices - BYOD
  • Top tips for develop an effective cyber security strategy

Professor Sara Smyth, Associate Professor, La Trobe University

3:50 | Meet the Experts

  • Ask our speakers for insight into the future of cyber security

David Campbell, Director, CERT Australia
Brad Fallen, A/Assistant Secretary Cyber Policy | Office of the Cyber Security Special Adviser, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Professor Sara Smyth, Associate Professor, La Trobe University

Afternoon Tea

4:30 | Aligning Business Priorities with Cyber Protection Measures
  • Determining how good you want to be at cyber security depending upon your risk profile
  • Methods for tackling the myth that security can work on normal expenditure curves
  • Coaching executives and encouraging cyber participation

Nigel Phair, Managing Director, Centre for Internet Safety

4:50 | Implementing Customer Safeguards and Dispute Resolution
  • Keeping Australian domain space safe
  • Maintaining stability and security
  • How can we collaborate to improve our cyber security

Rachael Falk, Director Technology, Security & Strategy, Domain Administration

5:10 | DDoS will Continue Unless We...
  • Uncovering the vulnerabilities that expose companies and governments to attack
  • How do Denial of Service attacks work?
  • Who's job is it to ensure your company is protected?


5:30 | Meet the Experts Q&A

  • Ask our speakers for further insight into the projects they have discussed