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You’re invited: Strategise, network, and learn about the latest security trends and threats

14 Jun 2018

What: Cybersecurity Summit 2018

When: June 21, 2018, 8am to 5pm

Where: Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne

The cybersecurity landscape is continuously shifting, with new threats and solutions being introduced every day.

Seeking out information and experience from peers is important for security practitioners to stay on top of the latest trends and techniques attackers are using.

The Cybersecurity Summit in Melbourne presents just such an opportunity for cybersecurity professionals to share the challenges faced in a reality where being breached is a matter of ‘when’, not ‘if’.

The event, which saw over 5,500 attendees across Asia-Pacific last year, hosts sessions covering a range of diverse subjects to help customers design their prevention strategies. 

From keynote addresses, discussion panels to technical and industry presentations, exhibits, and opportunities to network with security professionals from around Australia and the region, the Cybersecurity Summit is the place to find answers for all your cybersecurity questions.

Some of the industry leaders who will be speaking at the event include:

  • Tony Allwood, from Southern Cross Hospitals, will share the organisation’s course to cyber resilience. Broken into four key phases, the experience of Southern Cross Hospitals shows that cybersecurity is a journey, not a destination.
     
  • Michael Watterson, from nib health funds, knows success in the health insurance industry requires agility, coupled with world-class security, to meet customer needs. He wi€™ll share how the company is adopting a cloud-first strategy that ensures its customers, data and applications are secure.
     
  • Mark Burns and William Low, from Custom Fleet will share their digital transformation story and the steps they have taken to secure their organisation.

Don’t miss out – lock in your spot for this exciting event! 

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