Don't miss the Public Sector Cyber Security Roadshow
If you’re involved in cybersecurity and defence, you mustn’t miss the Public Sector Cyber Security Roadshow in September, where you’ll hear from the experts on how to increase cyber resilience through prevention, detection and response.
Government readers of GovTech Review can get 50% off the attendance fee by quoting the code ‘GTR50’ during the registration process.
Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy is in its second year and is driving change and pushing the public sector to be more agile.
And that agility is needed, as cyber threats and attacks can disrupt infrastructure, networks, information and services, and can cause hundreds of millions of dollars in damage, due to stolen IP and sensitive information.
Attendees will benefit from insights into the latest developments in public sector cybersecurity and what the federal and state governments’ cybersecurity strategies mean for your organisation.
- Learn from examples of best practice and see how pioneering cybersecurity managers are safeguarding against malicious attacks.
- Build the internal competency required for advanced threat detection and incident management.
- See how collaboration and information sharing is creating greater cyber resilience.
- Create a cybersecurity culture to increase awareness from within.
- Train the cyber experts of the future.
The full agenda is available here (PDF).
The Public Sector Cyber Security Roadshow will be travelling the country during September. Make sure you book your place at the centre nearest to you:
- Sydney — 10 September
- Melbourne — 11 September
- Canberra — 12 September
- Brisbane — 19 September
- Wellington — 20 September
Don’t forget that if you’re a government employee and a GovTech Review reader, quote the code ‘GTR50’ during the registration process to receive 50% off the attendance fee.
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