Date: Wednesday, 12th May 2021
Time: 12:00pm – 2:30pm (AEST)
Synopsis and overview of the session
Trigged by an increased volume of cyber-attacks on government and private sector entities, the federal government is looking to implement an enhanced regulatory framework under the ‘Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018’. The goal is to enhance the cyber security obligations of critical entities deemed most important to the nation and includes Banking & Finance, Communications, Defence, Education, Energy, Food & grocery, Health, Space, Transport and Water. It’s deemed that a disruption to any of these services due to a cyber-attack could result in cascading consequences to the economy, security and sovereignty of the nation.
Many of these critical businesses and services collect and store a wealth of data about their customers and use highly interconnected applications and systems that in many cases also make use of extensive IT automation. This makes them a prime target for cyber-attack, the impact of which can be crippling to both the entity and the broader Australian population.
This session will table some of the common attack vectors being used by nation state actors and organised cybercrime groups, what risks and typical impact these pose to your business and what can be done to mitigate these risks. It offers the opportunity for industry peers and experts to exchange ideas and knowledge about the most effective approaches to identify, respond to and prevent cyber-attacks.
Focus Network in partnership with Imperva will be inviting an elite group of leading IT Security leaders from across Australia to attend this private lunch and table some of the common attack vectors being used by nation state actors and organised cybercrime groups, what risks and typical impact these pose to your business and what can be done to mitigate these risks. It offers the opportunity for industry peers and experts to exchange ideas and knowledge about the most effective approaches to identify, respond to and prevent cyber-attacks.
Some of the key areas that will be covered off include:
- Understanding the key enhancements being proposed to the ‘Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018’
- How these enhancements translate into obligations for your business to uplift cyber defence controls.
- Understanding common attacks used against critical infrastructure targets.
- What systems, processes and technology are effective at mitigating such attacks.
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
Reinhart Hansen – Director of Technology, Office of the CTO, Imperva
Experienced Cyber Security & IT professional with a demonstrated history of working in technology advisory, architecture, solution design and pre-sales roles. Strong background in all facets of IT majoring in Data Security & Communications with a Bachelor of Computer Science from RMIT University.
Luke Hannan – Professional MC, Live Event Host, Senior Risk Professional, Solution Specialist, lukehannan.com.au
Luke founded his Professional Master of Ceremonies business www.lukehannan.com.au on 3 key principles; Service, Preparation & Delivery. Based upon these pillars he partners with clients across the country to help grow their events and engage their client bases while providing exceptional value to event partners and sponsors.
He is passionate about helping others to develop their communication skills and works with school children delivering public speaking training plus Luke is a Senior Risk Professional with over 18 years banking & finance industry experience. With an MBA from the University of Technology, Sydney Luke and loves finding solutions to problems, challenging the status quo and helping teams to plan & execute winning strategies.
Luke lives with his family in Sydney and loves trail running, travelling, motorsports and spending time with his wife and their 3 children.
As a cybersecurity leader championing the fight to secure data and all paths to it, Imperva offers a full defence-in-depth portfolio of application and data security solutions. Imperva Application Security, built on a single stack architecture and deployed across a global network, protects websites, business-critical APIs, legacy systems and applications based on open source, and more – without affecting performance. Imperva Database Security solutions, including Imperva Database Security and Cloud Data Security, provide the most-targeted protection of your most valuable asset — your data — wherever you choose to host it. And with Imperva, you get complete visibility and defence against any enterprise-wide attack campaign that comes your way.