Information security leaders across Australia and New Zealand are faced with an ever-expanding role, constantly required to adapt to a vanishing IT perimeter and dynamic threat landscape.
With the proliferation of connected devices adding a new layer to an already complex environment, it’s over to security leaders to understand their organisation’s inherent risk and balance that risk against the needs of the business.
Based on in-depth research of 120+ organisations across ANZ, Secureworks invites you to an executive roundtable lunch to uncover the reality of today’s threat landscape. Join us to hear firsthand from Cyber Security Consulting Leader, Hadi Hosn, on the importance of understanding your organisations security maturity and how to proactively implement security measures to maximise your resilience to risk.
What you’ll take away:
Overview of ANZ’s current threat landscape from the evaluation of 120+ data breaches
Case Studies on breaches at Westpac, PageUp and Cadbury – and why they matter to you
Security maturity trends identified from our global security leadership surveys give you learnings from peers in your space
The knowledge you need to help you direct and fine-tune your organisation’s cybersecurity programme for the rest of the year and into 2020.
Hadi Hosn, Global Consulting Solutions Lead
Hadi helps organisations in several industries understand and manage their cyber risks through a consultative, industry framework-based approach. Leading the Secureworks Consulting team, Hadi has a comprehensive and global perspective of organisational risk informed by 4000+ risk assessments. Hadi is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), an ISO27001 Lead Auditor and Implementer and a Certified GDPR Practitioner.
|12:20||- ANZ Threat Landscape Overview|
|13:40||- Security Maturity Overview|
|14:30||- Thank you + Networking|
of ANZ Data breaches occur due to Human Error
data breaches in 2018 hit financial services and 2 in 3 were due to human error
of all breaches to mining and resources organisations were due to external hacking efforts