webinar > Thu 16 Jul 2020

Public Sector:

The Cybersecurity Imperative Information super- trends have been accelerated by the COVID-19 health and economic crisis, increasing cyber risk in the process. How should the public sector respond? Taking place on Thursday, 16 July 2020 at 1pm (AEST) this webinar will broker a discussion between cyber thought leaders and industry participants to discuss how the rapid digitisation of government services, the mass global shift to work-from-home processes, the adoption of robotic process automation, and the evolution of digital work practices has profound implications for cybersecurity. Discussions will center on the post-COVID economic recovery, ensuring decision makers in the public sector have an appreciation of what needs be done to keep public services secure. Key talking points of the panel will include the following:
  • The citizen/customer imperative
  • The near real-time digitisation of many areas of the public service and the vulnerabilities the changes have brought
  • The current threat landscape and security challenges relating to delivering digital services in a remote working environment
  • The compliance imperative set by the ISM and Essential 8 frameworks that set out a baseline for security in government
Hosted by James Riley, Editorial Director of InnovationAus with panellists including: Prof Lesley Seebeck, Chief Executive Officer of the Cyber Institute, Professor in the Practice of Cyber Security, ANU Thomas Fikentscher, Regional Director ANZ for CyberArk Andrew Hayes, Partner Digital Identity, Deloitte Risk Advisory