Thursday 11 June 2020 – 11:30 am to 1:15 pm
As businesses grapple with post-COVID 19 realities, the focus is shifting from reacting to mitigating the impact of the outbreak. The new business landscape, based on a large-scale transition to remote working, incorporates new digital work practices and upskilling, and greater reliance on IT infrastructure. The importance of maintaining business cyber hygiene, especially in terms of data management and protection, is therefore greater than ever.
Canberra Business Chamber and Canberra Cyber Security Innovation Node have joined together to create an online cyber security workshop. Its three streams will provide crucial information to guide businesses through this accelerated digital transformation, whether they operate locally or internationally.
Stream 1 – Cyber health 101– Active discussion on what to do to increase your business cyber resilience with simple practical actions
Stream 2 – Cyber Skills Uplift– How to recognise cyber threats, maintain cyber resilience and upskill your employees
Stream 3 – Threat Protection– Defensive and offensive strategies for having a more robust, cyber resilient business
When: Thursday 11 June 2020, 11:30 am – 1.15 pm
Cost: Free (registration required)
11.30 – Welcome by Graham Catt, CEO, Canberra Business Chamber
11.35 – Importance of cyber security health for businesses and how the ACT cyber security industry can support you; an overview of the workshop sessions – by Linda Cavanagh, National Network Lead, AustCyber
11.45 – Three breakout sessions with Q&A
Room 1) Cyber Health 101 – Dave Ormrod, Head of Cyber, Terra Schwartz
Room 2) Cyber Skills Uplift – Matt Wilcox, CEO, FifthDomain
Room 3) Threat Protection – Andrew Muller, Managing Director, Ionize and Matt Nevin, CEO, Cybermerc
12.45 – Networking and discussion on main takeaways
1.15 – Event wraps up