Converged Security (Physical and Virtual Security) – Nitin Singh


Nitin Singh, Director of Cyber Security, Victoria University 

Nitin Singh Roundtable

Nitin’s roundtable discussion questioned whether the convergence of physical and cybersecurity makes sense.

Physical and cybersecurity are traditionally two distinct functions with similarities and synergies that are not leveraged most often. Everything across physical and cybersecurity systems, process and capabilities is converging which can have significant impact on safety and security of an organisation.


Experienced, certified (CISA/CRISC), results-driven and qualified Technology Risk, Audit and Compliance professional with 9 years of experience to strategise, execute and manage complex risk and compliance assessments across technology, security, business operations and large transformation programs.

Possess expert communication skills across diverse groups and all levels of management hierarchy with proven track record to work with senior executives and business unit leaders across Audit, Technology, Risk and Compliance Divisions of ANZ, NAB and various boutique insurance organisations.

Sound understanding of COBIT, ITIL, ISO/IEC 27001, AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009, Regulatory Risk landscape across Oceania and Asia-Pacific countries such as APRA (AU), RBNZ (NZ), MAS (Singapore), HKMA (Hong Kong) and BOI (Indonesia).

Specialties: IT Program Risk Management, IT Risk Transformation, Internal Audit, IT General and Application Controls Assessments, Regulatory and Compliance Assessment, Technology Governance, Identity Management, Project Management, Project Risk, IT Service Management.

Victoria University