Date: Tuesday, 9th May 2023
Time: 12pm – 2:30pm AEST
Synopsis and overview of the session
Data breaches dominate the headlines. It is fuelling the debate and conversations on whether organisations are doing enough to protect customer’s data. While reputable companies are in the spotlight, SMBs are not immune. OAIC recently reported 62% of data breaches affects businesses with staff fewer than 100, with 70% malicious or criminal attacks as the source.
For partners, it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to provide customers with threat mitigation and data resiliency while maintaining operational efficiency and profits during times of economic inflation.
Now, there is a smarter and simpler way to deliver cyber resiliency with a unified approach of prevention, detection & response, threat investigation, data recovery and compliance.
Focus Network, in partnership with OpenText Cybersecurity, invite you to join our partner roundtable where we bring together other executives and security professionals in the industry to share their expertise and thoughts on why cyber-criminals are successful, and how the pursuit of cyber resiliency is achievable for partners and customers of any size.
We address the following topics:
- Examine changes to privacy regulations, handling of data requirements, penalties or cyber insurance and the impact it has on organisations securing customer’s data.
- Review security expenditure and security expertise to tackle sophisticated cyberattacks.
- Discuss the challenges and risks service providers face within the supply-chain model.
- Learn the strategies to reduce complexities and embrace data resiliency for their customers.
4 Key takeaways:
- Partners to understand the challenges managing customer’s environment and data
- Partners to learn there is a smarter and simpler way to mitigate threats and manage security and risk for their customers
- Learn the best practices to provide data resiliency
- Partners to understand the OTCS messaging and portfolio
Alan Bull, Channel Account Manager ANZ, OpenText Cybersecurity
Bio coming soon.
Ryan Hosken, Senior Solutions Engineer ANZ, OpenText Cybersecurity
Experienced Sales Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry.
Skilled in Customer Service, Technical Support, Sales, Leadership, and Presentations.
Completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) majoring in Human Biosciences and Genetics at La Trobe University.
Anthony Caruana, CEO + writer + presenter + facilitator + journalist + media trainer + consultant, Media-Wize
Anthony Caruana has worked for almost every major masthead in the Australian IT press with his work appearing around the world. As an experienced IT professional – having worked as the lead IT executive in several businesses, he brings a unique insight to his reporting. He is the CEO of Media-Wize and continues to also work as a freelance writer for corporate clients. He is also a regular presenter on radio and television, as well as at events and webinars.
His work has covered the Australian and Asian markets. He writes about enterprise and consumer technology, information security, customer advocacy and the channel.
He also has an extensive career in IT having started his career as a trainer before becoming a business analyst and eventually rising into senior management positions.
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About OpenText Cybersecurity
OpenText Cybersecurity brings the expertise of one of the world’s largest security portfolios to help our customers navigate the changing threat landscape by building both cyber and business resiliency within their teams and organizations. We are here to help enterprises accelerate trust, reliability, and survivability through times of adversity, crisis, and business volatility.
Damien Wong, VP, APAC, Confluent
Damien Wong is Vice President for APAC at Confluent, the company that is creating the foundational platform for data-in-motion. With Confluent, organizations can harness the full power of continuously flowing data to innovate and win in the modern digital world.
In his role, Damien is responsible for driving the overall development and growth of Confluent’s business across the Asia-Pacific and Japan region.
Prior to Confluent, Damien was Vice President and General Manager for Red Hat across the GEMs region, which included ASEAN, Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan markets. Before his tenure at Red Hat, Damien was the General Manager for HP Software across Southeast Asia. Damien has also held technology and business management roles in companies such as META Group and Accenture.
Over his 25-year career in the technology industry, Damien has won numerous awards, including being named Executive of the Year (Computer Software category) in the Singapore Business Review’s Management Excellence Awards for 2018. He graduated from the Imperial College London with a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons), and a Master of Science for Computing Science. Damien also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Western Australia.
Andrew Milroy, Founder, Veqtor8
Andrew Milroy is the founder of Veqtor8, a digital risk advisory firm, based in Singapore. His work involves empowering organisations to manage risk more effectively.
He is a well-known technology thought leader and speaker in the APAC region. Since moving to Singapore in 2011, he has held regional leadership roles with Frost & Sullivan, IDC, Nelson-Hall and Ovum (now Omdia). These roles have also given him the opportunity to live and work in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.
He has been providing advisory services relating to cybersecurity for over 20 years. In his 10 years at Frost & Sullivan, Andrew grew the technology business into one of APAC’s leading sources of cybersecurity research and consulting services. Andrew works closely with leading buyers and vendors of cybersecurity products and services. Andrew is frequently invited to speak, chair and moderate at major technology events. He is also widely quoted in the press and often appears on broadcast media, including BBC, CNBC, Bloomberg and Channel News Asia.
Agenda at a glance
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm – Registration & networking
4.00 pm – 4.05pm – Welcome address
4.05 pm – 5.15pm – 3 course lunch served4.05 pm – 4.45pm – Embracing disruption in the financial services industry: A Privacy versus Security conundrum – Amanda Chan, BlackBerry
4.45 pm – 5.15pm – Demo
5.15pm – 5.45pm – Discussion
5.45 pm – 6pm – Closing remarks