This vodcast is the latest in the Identity Inside/Out: Getting identity security right series, produced by InnovationAus.com in partnership with SailPoint. Air New Zealand handles sensitive customer data, including millions of frequent flyer accounts, and its CISO Phil Ross is acutely aware of the need to earn customers' trust back. He joins SailPoint's Simon Ell and InnovationAus.com Publisher, Corrie McLeod, to discuss evolving cybersecurity regulations and their impact on airport security practices.
Identity Inside/Out: Getting identity security right
Connected infrastructure – using sensors and intelligent systems – will allow real-time, valuable insights and adjustments to procedures that will benefit both governments and its citizens. Operational costs will be driven down with the efficient use of IoT technology, and the leveraging of data generated will provide benefits for immediate uses as well as future society. In this episode, we look at how organisations can mitigate risk – especially cybersecurity risk – comply with data governance and the critical infrastructure act and prepare for updated privacy regulations.
This episode focuses on how cyber across higher education has impacted the student experience, as a result of the pandemic and the sector’s inclusion in the critical infrastructure legislation. In conversation with technology leader and seasoned higher education CISO Kim Valois, we examine the impact of these shifts on the security of online and remote learning and the threat environment, as well as the importance of identity management automation. With the move to online education, and as the student environment serves as a foundation to develop identity, how are credentials best managed in the best interests of students and institutions?
This episode focuses on all things ID management and healthcare. Almost $2 billion was spent over a 10-year period to create the MyHealthRecord program alone, and yet as of 2020 half of all 23 million health records remained empty. The push to use the MyHealthRecord as a way to prove vaccination status presumably must be having some stimulating effect on the increased use of the platform. We examine whether two years of health obsession and online access to every part of life has had a material impact on the number of people and doctors making use of online health records and services. We speak with Amanda Cattermole, CEO of the Australian Digital Health Agency about the qualms doctors have around using these types of products and how security is evolving in the medical space.
Australia has been flirting with a nationally consistent identity system since the mid 80s. In this episode of Identity Inside/Out, former NSW minister for customer service and digital government Victor Dominello, SailPoint solution engineering manager Gary Savarino, and InnovationAus.com publisher Corrie McLeod discuss why previous attempts at national identity systems have failed and the latest push to institute a national digital identification program. They talk potential use cases for digital identity, as well as some of the security concerns facing the program.
In this episode of Identity Inside/Out, Australia and New Zealand country manager for SailPoint, Nam Lam, Head of Digital Experience for MYOB, Martin Longley, and InnovationAus.com Publisher, Corrie McLeod, discuss how the challenges attracting and keeping world-class talent in a post-pandemic world are impacting identity security programs. With unemployment levels at a 50-year low in Australia, how are organisations driving digital transformation initiatives to improve employee user experience? What are the benefits of a blended approach to talent acquisition and retention? And what do the remote working models of the future look like?