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Cyber Security Lunch
Business Lunch

21st November 2018
TBA upon registration
Individual - Non Member : $175
Individual - AICC Member : $155
Table of Ten - Non Member : $1600
Table of Ten - Members : $1400
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The AICC, in partnership with Optus & Content Security, is delighted to invite you to the

AICC 2018 Cyber Security Lunch

Wednesday 21st November


Cyber Security is now one of the biggest threats to business continuity.

2018 has seen a shift in the risk of cyber security moving from a technical conversation to a board & governance issue.

Cyber risk is also a global issue, where best of breed technology; coupled with risk mitigating frameworks, processes and training; can reduce your exposure to whole of business risk.

But are you really ready?

Join our expert panel to hear the latest around technology, detection, prevention, and risk reduction strategies.

Keynote Speaker and Moderator

Narelle Wakely, Director Cyber Security Advisory, Optus Business

1777721004_Narelle_(2).jpgNarelle is the Managing Principal Consultant of the Optus Business Cyber Security Advisory team. As a security advisor she works closely with clients to define effective strategies to mitigate cyber risks, support business growth and ensure continuity of business functions in the event of an incident. Narelle has more than 18 years’ experience in information security including the development of security services, forming and managing awarded CERT teams here in Australia and recently working internationally as a cyber security consultant.


The Guest Speakers 

Louis Abdilla, CEO-CoFounder, Content Security

2089317059_Louis_abdilla1.jpgTogether with business partner Phil Wurth, Louis formed Content Security in 2000. The entrepreneurial duo has taken the firm from a small home-based business, to a thriving industry-leading company which has provided Information security solutions and professional services to over 800 organisations across Australia. Content Security is among the oldest, most well-established Information security specialist consultancies in Australia, with offices across Australia and looking to expand into the APAC market in 2018. 
Louis has been the strategic director of the company, helping it to stay ahead of the ever-evolving online and network threats faced by its clients. Initially, just focused on providing clients with the best virus protection in the early 2000’s to expanding its offering to the provision of a range of technical services such as Penetration testing (Ethical hacking), GRC (Government Risk and Compliance), Managed Security Services, and Incident response. 


Nigel Phair, Director, UNSW Canberra Cyber

1039598737_Nigel_Phair1.jpgNigel Phair is an influential analyst on the intersection of technology, crime and society. Nigel has published three acclaimed books on the international impact of cybercrime, is a regular media commentator and provides executive and board advice on strategy, risk & governance of technology. In a 21 year career with the Australian Federal Police he achieved the rank of Detective Superintendent and headed up investigations at the Australian High Tech Crime Centre for four years. As the Director of UNSW Canberra Cyber, he leads a team of academics and industry professionals to set the cyber security agenda across government and society. He is founder and managing director of a technology ‘start up’ company and has chaired a number of not-for-profit organisations.


Tony Barnes, MBA, MInfoSysSec, CISSP, Chief Executive Officer, Cyber Research

1954616891_Tony_Barnes1.jpg_(2).pngTony is CEO of cyber security specialist Cyber Research Group which works to improve cyber resilience for organisations across Australia and New Zealand. He has more than 28 years experience in executive management and leadership in global organisations and technology companies. He has served as CEO of a London Stock Exchange listed technology company which he led to recognition in the Deloitte Fast 50 index as the 6th fastest growing company in UK and 17th Fastest in Europe in 2010. He has served as COO of an $1.5 Billion ASX-listed company and MD/CEO of several other technology companies. Tony consults and advises extensively on cyber risk management. He is also currently an independent non-executive director of a large electricity distribution business and a fibre optic telecommunications business. Tony holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA, Dist.) and a Masters in Information Systems Security (MIS Security, Dist.) and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). 



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