10 AM (AEST)
As we seek to manage, survive and innovate our way through the COVID-19 challenge, we need to accept that our adversaries and 100% committed to exploiting the confusion and identifying all opportunities for financial gain.
Chaos drives change and presents opportunities, how do we accelerate change today in order to enhance our cyber resilience tomorrow?
The World Health Organisation has reported a fivefold increase in cyber attacks since COVID-19 began. Phishing, malware and ransomware attacks have been the most common as individuals are taken advantage of through the process of social engineering. People are constantly eager to receive the latest news and information on the pandemic and this creates cyber negligence.
The COVID pandemic and the transition to "work-from-home" has increased the challenges for companies to work securely in the digital environment. Because remote devices are not protected by company networks, the integrity and availability of data becomes more crucial when working remotely becomes normalised.
Brian Hay (moderator)
Former operational Commander of Fraud and Cybercrime, Queensland Police
Considered a Thought Leader in the world of Cyber Security and having developed the security concept of the “Lifecycle of Cybercrime”, Brian Hay consults with key clients to understand their business strategies and seek to assist organisational objectives whilst ensuring the highest levels of security. He aims to understand the client environment to align how CCS can assist in meeting the client’s full spectrum of security requirements, from governance, risk management, compliance and technical consulting, through to technology integration, training and managed services. Brian brings a wealth of security experience and has a proven record of partnering with industry for innovative solutions to difficult problems.
Laurie has more than 30 years’ experience in the security industry including 16 years working in Counter Terrorism with the Victoria Police. He was the security manager for the Blood Service at the time of the Data Breach that occurred in 2016 and has been involved in all aspects of the remediation activities that resulted from several security reviews in its aftermath as well as in developing a cyber security roadmap and strategy that continues to evolve.
As a field-experienced international cyber warfare officer, Bill Hagestad specialises in both defensive and offensive cyber operations. He is an internationally registered white-hat hacker as well as an internationally recognised and respected authority on the People’s Republic of China’s use of computer and information network systems as a weapon. Bill is also the author of “21st Century Chinese Cyber Warfare”, published in 2012, and 2013: “Operation Middle Kingdom: China's Use of Computers & Networks as a Weapon System and Chinese Cyber Crime 2016. He speaks internationally on the subject of China’s hegemony in the information age and provides current cyber threat assessments to international defence, intelligence and law enforcement entities.
With a breadth of knowledge and experience, Jonathan Rusch is a Lawyer, Law Professor, and Thought Leader on Legal, Compliance, and Ethics Issues. He provides expert advice and guidance related to corporate risk, ethics, and compliance needs of companies, agencies, and non-governmental organizations. Jonathan has built and implemented a world-class global anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) governance program for a leading financial services company. He has successfully led prosecutions of complex fraud and public corruption cases, and established and directed national and international law enforcement initiatives.