How to find us at AISA CyberCon 2022

September 15, 2022

The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) is holding its marquee Australian Cyber Conference 2022 (CyberCon) in Melbourne from the 11th to the 13th of October 2022.

Here are all the ways you'll be able to find us there.

Speaking

Our team will be co-presenting three sessions during the conference.

Tuesday 11th October: 2:45pm

Women flourishing in Startup Land

Are you curious about what it’s like being in a startup? Could this be in your future? How do you make it happen? Discover why these women chose this path, and why it excites them - and ask them the questions you really want answered.

Olivia Conlon will be joined by Jayde Lovell, Jacqui Loustau, Samantha Lengyel, and Dr Ruth Luscombe.

Wednesday 12th October: 2:20pm

From basement to boardroom: rethinking cybersecurity for the Board

Board directors are more and more “between a rock and a hard place” when it comes to cybersecurity: on the one hand, shareholders, customers, legislators, and society in general require them to be responsible for the cybersecurity decisions made by their organisations; on the other hand, they are rarely equipped with the appropriate knowledge, skills, and tools to do so.

Join Dr. Ivano Bongiovanni and Ian Yip, as they unpack:

  1. The main challenges that board directors in Australia face when confronted with setting the “tone from the top” in cybersecurity.
  2. Ways ahead and practical, evidence-based solutions to “put the board on board” with cybersecurity.

The presentation will be a mix of evidence-based, rigorous research and expertise accumulated through extensive practice in the field of supporting organisational leaders in cybersecurity.

Thursday 13th October: 12:15pm

Speedbumps & startups: making it easier for startups to get paid pilots

As a start-up, a huge barrier to success is getting a pilot. Even with CISO support, there are legals, risk assessments and regulatory compliance checks, which lead to  significant inertia, especially when the corporate must  be  laser focussed on high priority activities. What we need is a funded, not-for-profit organisation as a Aussie cyber startup distributor, who acts a vendor, speeding up the process so a corporate just needs to raise a PO. Everyone wins. What is the path to make this a reality? Should it be piloted  in one sector (defence?) and then expand? What are the ingredient for success and whose buy-in is essential?

This is a panel session featuring Ian Yip, Susie Jones, and Ben Doyle.

Exhibition Hall

We're privileged to be supported by AISA and the NSW Government's Cyber Business Exchange. As a result, we will be exhibiting as one of the four cyber companies they've selected to spotlight.

Our stand will feature one or more of the following team members, depending on when you visit us:

We look forward to seeing you all there. Please stop by the stand to say hello. I'd be more than happy to give you a demo of CyberHQ® and share how our wonderful customers have been using the platform!

Rajiv Faleiro

Cyber/Customer
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