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AIIA Across Industry Event: Cybersecurity in Government, Public Infrastructure and Defence

Monday, 30 November 2015
Level 2, Club Pavillion, RACV Club, 501 Bourke St, Melbourne
AIIA member price: $100 (Incl. GST)
Table Non-member price: $1350.00 (Incl. GST)
Tracey Browning t.browning@aiia.com.au
Non-member price: $150.00 (Incl. GST)
Table price member : $900.00 (Incl. GST)

Details

The Victorian public sector is heavily reliant on ICT to deliver services and to effectively manage its internal business and activities. Emerging threats to information security pose an escalating risk for ICT systems in the Victorian public sector, and across those industries delivering to and supporting the public sector. From the government, defence and transport sectors this across industry event will examine:

  • the IT security policy direction, standards and processes governing cybersecurity
  • the role of government in managing cybersecurity and leading  cybersecurity directions, and
  • the effectiveness of current IT security controls.

Keynote Speakers

Grahame Coles, Chief Enterprise Solutions Officer, Department of Premier and Cabinet, will be speaking about where the Victorian Government are up to with cybersecurity.

  • Grahame Coles, Chief Enterprise Solutions Officer, Department of Premier and Cabinet, will be speaking about where the Victorian Government are up to with cybersecurity.

      Grahame Coles Department of Premier & CabinetGrahame is the Chief Enterprise Solutions Officer at the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) – a position he took up in May 2015

      As Chief Enterprise Solutions Officer, Grahame is responsible for leading both the Victorian Government’s digital and ICT agenda and the newly created shared services agenda that came out of the Business Systems Shared Services Review published in June 2015.

      Prior to this he was the Executive Director Digital Government at DSDBI, Chief Information Officer (CIO) in the Department of Human Services as well as the chair of the Victorian Government CIO.  During his time at DHS Grahame implemented a new public housing system, an agency contract/payment system, cloud based emergency management systems (bush fires), digital content systems, and managed the ICT tasks for several Machinery of Government changes.

      He has also held senior roles in the private sector including CIO and General Manager of Global Supply Chain and Systems in Zespri and CIO at Goodman Fielder Milling and Baking.

  • John Hall, Cyber Security Analyst Senior Manager, Lockheed Martin discussing cybersecurity strategies from a defence industry perspective

      John HallJohn is an experienced and accomplished leader who is expert in delivering complex projects and maintaining an operational tempo in a sensitive environment highly coupled with the customer. This has provided him an excellent understanding of the security issues facing industry and government.

      John leads the Lockheed Martin Australia Information Security team and is also an accredited assessor for information security for Government IT systems as part of the Federal Government INFOSEC Registered Assessor Program (IRAP).

      John is tightly integrated with the LM-CIRT, headquartered in Maryland USA, as well as the Global Commercial Cyber solutions team from the US and the UK. John implemented the Australian node of the LM Security Intelligence Centre and deals with the Cyber Kill Chain as part of everyday life.

      John has 25 years of experience with 22 of those years as part of Lockheed Martin and Lockheed Martin legacy companies. John has a Bachelor of Engineering from Monash University; is a CISSP and CISA and is a member of various industry groups.

  • Greg Janky, Partner – Risk Advisory, Cyber Security, Deloitte

      Greg JankyGreg has been with Deloitte for over 23 years, 15 as Partner in Risk Advisory.  Greg began his career in Audit and moved into IT Audit.  It was from here he took up the challenge of helping clients implement better IT security practices, particularly during the ERP boom in the late 90’s and early 2000’s.  Greg has led teams in Application Security, Identity and Access Management and Cyber Security.  He currently is leading the Cyber Transformation area within Deloitte, helping clients understand their current capabilities and determining future state.  Greg truly believes that this important risk is managed to help protect a better Australia for future generations to enjoy.

  • A Public Infrastructure Representative  – TBC

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