Avertro CEO, Ian Yip's session from RSA APJ 2020.
Session Abstract: This session will outline the things executives and board members care most about by sharing some real examples of how organisations report on cybersecurity. Attendees will learn how to articulate their story using the right metrics to help answer the ‘why’ and ‘so what’ questions, and ultimately help justify your cybersecurity strategy and initiatives to the C-level and board.
Avertro CEO, Ian Yip, joins Chris Cubbage, Sarah Sloan, and Elliot Dellys to review and discuss the Australian Federal Government's announcement of new criminal offences, tougher penalties, and a mandatory reporting regime as part of a new and comprehensive Ransomware Action Plan.
Automation and rapid digitalisation are enabling the maritime industry to be more efficient. However, this also demands a dynamic regulatory framework, advanced operational mechanisms and organisational culture in place to secure the cyber perimeter.
How has cyber threat and security landscape evolved in the maritime industry? How does it impact its operations? What strategies works best to defend the critical infrastructure? Maritime Cyber Security 2021 is a virtual meet aimed at discussing strategies that could "Enhance the Operational Resilience" of maritime industry.
The Global NSW strategy emphasises diversifying exports and building export capability in emerging industries, building an export culture amongst NSW businesses and providing new programs and services to assist NSW companies succeed in export and diversify into Asia.
The NSW Government is investing $112.4 million to double the footprint of NSW’s international network and in ASEAN, Singapore is a key priority. Specifically the NSW Government has prioritised three key sectors in Singapore: fintech, regtech and cybersecurity.
Australia’s most populous state is leading the country in developing innovative and commercially viable tools to protect Australia’s cyber security at a time of growing threats, but gaps in export capability must be addressed to lock in further growth, data from AustCyber shows.
The New South Wales Cyber Industry Snapshot draws on data collected for Australia’s Cyber Security Sector Competitiveness Plan 2020 to examine state-specific capabilities. It found that the capability and jobs footprint from cyber is significant in NSW.
NSW hosts the largest and most diverse range of cyber security providers in Australia. Around 80 cyber security providers are headquartered in NSW, with 75 per cent of these providing services to the financial services sector, and the state has an estimated 10,150 cyber security workers, more than any other state.
However, only 38 per cent of NSW's cyber security providers are exporting – below the national average of 43 per cent - and more than one-third of those surveyed cited gaining access to export markets as a key barrier to growth.
With the convenience of technology and flexible working arrangements are your business practices ensuring you are managing your digital risks appropriately? Cyber resilience is something that all business owners and their team need to actively contribute to - do you know the role you play? It is not as complicated as you think and there are simple tips you can implement straight away. Join our panel to get a better understanding of the landscape plus work through practical examples and tips to protect your business.
AustCyber’s recent merger with Stone & Chalk aims to accelerate growth for Australian emerging technology companies. This segment shines a spotlight on Australia's sovereign capabilities, both within cyber and emerging tech, to provide you with their startup stories. The very first episode of Cyber Spotlight is here and it's with Ian Yip, CEO of Avertro who are a NSW based cybersecurity company. Watch now to learn more about Avertro, who they are, what they bring and where they're going!
Listen in as a panel of international experts discuss Australia's new Cybersecurity Strategy for 2020.
Another day, another cyber breach. A state actor hacking COVID researchers. TikTok taking data from user mobiles. Startups, small businesses, and every day people are now becoming targets of the new cyberwar, with the Australian government now investing $1.6B in cyber military over the next 10 years alone. But what should we do to protect ourselves?
Join in this fireside chat with Ian Yip - CEO, Avertro | Former CTO, McAfee APAC | Former Director, Cyber Security, EY as we discuss:
The changing landscape for businesses.
The old threat, new activity: what do we do?
How can businesses fight state actors?
The importance of cyber education at all levels of the company
Increasingly, cybersecurity and cyber warfare are becoming front page, mainstream news. Every day people are hearing about cybercrimes, hacks, and cyber threats across our news outlets. The ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity is seeing it now becoming more of a militaristic commodity with innocent bystanders aka businesses, getting caught in the crossfire.
Join our expert panel as we discuss:
The current cyber threats: is it actually current or has it always been here?
What's changed in the type of threats since 10 years ago?
The future of cybersecurity and cyber warfare in Australia and across the globe.
How will this impact consumers, businesses, and startups?
What can we do to protect ourselves?