Cyber Security - The challenge of the 21st century

Sydney, 19 September 2017

Business Lunch

Cyber Security - The challenge of the 21st century

As seen through recent ransomware attacks in the news, the Cyber threat is real. The greatest challenge that governments, businesses – big or small - and individuals face, is how to protect what’s important as the threat landscape continues to evolve.

The ABCC has put together an expert panel of cyber security specialists to address the key issues for those grappling to understand the changing threat environment and the steps you need to take to secure your assets – be it your people, data, IP, or infrastructure.

Our panel will look beyond the latest hack, offering a board-level view of security and risk management for the future. Moreover, they will share their experiences in protecting the UK and Australian Governments, as well as organisations operating in Australia and around the world.

Please join us for this exciting event with the panel:

Mark Hughes, CEO of Security, BT, accountable for all elements of BT’s own security activity globally; 
John Yates, Director of Security, Scentre Group in Australia & New Zealand and the Westfield Corporation in the UK and USA;
Michelle Price, Chief Operating Officer, Australian Cyber Security Growth Network, which aims to position Australia as a location for cyber security research and innovation and
- Moderator: Sam Nickless, Partner & Chief Operating Officer, Gilbert + Tobin, has a leadership role in the development and implementation of Gilbert + Tobin's overall strategy with a focus on technology and innovation. 

Member                                $170
Non Member                        $220

Member Table (of 10)          $1,600
Non Member Table (of 10)  $2,100


Tuesday 19 September 2017
12:00pm - 2:00pm


Shangri-La, 176 Cumberland Street
New South Wales