Cyber In Business – Melbourne

Good to see that Nicole Murdoch from Bennett & Philp Lawyers is presenting at the Cyber in Business Conference in Melbourne today.

What really surprises me though is that no one from auDA is represented on the speaking panel. Particularly given that this is the topic:

In today’s hyper-connected world, cyber security goes to the very core of every Australian business. The question is no longer if your organisation will be attacked, but when, how and by whom. Designed for non-technical business decision makers, Cyber in Business is the one-day conference which equips you with the knowledge and skills to interpret and tackle the cyber threats facing your organisation, no matter how large or small.

Rachael Falk used to do this for auDA, but alas, she is no longer there.

Nicole intends standing for election as a Demand Class Director at next month’s auDA AGM, so if she does get elected, auDA will have another very knowledgeable person “on the team”.

Ned O’Meara – 26th October 2017

2 thoughts on “Cyber In Business – Melbourne

  • October 26, 2017 at 10:43 am

    Interesting topic, She is presenting the Anatomy of a Breach – Legal Implications 4:30 -5:00 pm . 
    CiB17 is not a small event, its represented by some very big players; I’m actually surprised auDA is not represented by the CEO given His history & credentials and involvement in the Turnbull Governments recent Cybersecurity roundtable: 

    Mr Boardman was the chief architect of the Victorian Government’s Cybersecurity initiatives which has resulted in the establishment of the Oceania Cyber Security Centre, the attraction of the first international office of Oxford University’s Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre and the development of CSIRO/Data61’s Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation Hub.

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  • October 27, 2017 at 1:59 pm

    Thank you Ned and Scott. It was an amazing conference. We had just under 400 participants. The Cyber in Business conferences are always incredible, inspirational and educational. They are not just for cyber professionals. Cyber is now a boardroom issue and I recommend the conferences to anyone.

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