Cyber security is now one of the biggest threats to business continuity. Data leaks, breaches, and cyber-crime continue to hit the headlines. Critical infrastructure, mobile phones and Internet of Things (IoT) devices are susceptible, and ransomware virus attacks are on the rise.
However, research shows the brunt of Australian small businesses are underprepared for cyber-attacks, with only 13 per cent of 400 small businesses surveyed from the 2017 MYOB SME Snapshot stating they had a cyber security plan in place.
So what can you do as a small business owner to understand what solutions are available to support your business going forward?
Join us and hear from Israeli cyber-security experts discuss the latest cyber security trends and strategies to protect your businesses.
With a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation, strong government support and a steady stream of talented, well-trained cyber security experts, Israel has become a global cybersecurity powerhouse, attracting around 20% of the global private cyber security investment each year, as well as exporting over $6.5 billion in cybersecurity products last year.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from world-leading experts from Australian-based Israeli cyber-security companies - about the threats facing your business and new strategies to protect your organisation.
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Scott McKinnel, Managing Director, Australia & NZ, Check Point Software Technologies
Scott brings over 25 years’ experience to his role as Regional Managing Director and is responsible for elevating Check Point’s position and defining the direction for the business in Australia. He is charged with bringing new and innovative cyber security solutions to the Australian market as he and his team strive to ensure companies and individuals most critical data is secure. Scott was appointed to his role in October 2017. He was most recently at ABB Enterprise Software for four years as Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations for the Asia Pacific Region. Prior to ABB, Scott spent nearly 11 years with Check Point, nine of those as Managing Director and before that held the position of A/NZ Regional Director of RSA Security. Scott has extensive executive and sales leadership experience in the IT industry, predominately in cyber security, with a keen interest in change management and channel enablement.
Tom Rozenblith, ICT Director, Elbit Systems of Australia
In this role Tom Rozenblith is responsible for the Information Security Management System and defining cyber strategies to mitigate business risks. As an experienced ICT professional, Tom has 13 years of experience specialising in cyber security, compliance and risk management within the defence industry. Tom has a previously served as a Captain within the Israeli Defence Force’s C4I, where she gained considerable experience managing cyber incidents and ensuring business continuity.
Adam Neale, APAC Director, CYBERGYM
CYBERGYM is a global leader of cybersecurity state-of-the-art defense solutions that assist critical Infrastructure, Government, large enterprise and utilities organizations to protect against diverse cyber threats. Prior to taking up the role with CYBERGYM in 2017, Adam Neale has worked in senior roles with many of the largest IT and Security vendors, including Cisco, Citrix, Quest Software and Novell. Notable projects include major Security and Identity Management projects with Dept of Defence, Victorian Government, Telstra, St George Bank, Western Power, Griffith University, and a number of area Health Services. CYBERGYM is a joint venture of Israel Electric Corporation, a 7.7 billion USD company, which faces countless cyber-attacks on a daily basis, and Cyber Control, Israel’s leading cyber security consultancy established by ex- NISA operatives and security experts.
Gordon Archibald, National Lead, Cyber Security Services, KPMG Australia
Gordon has over 15 years’ experience in Cyber holding several global executive & leadership roles. His experience includes building enterprise security governance and strategies, information risk management frameworks, application security frameworks, security architectures, solution designing, designing, building and deploying managed security services, leading security consulting, risk assessment & policy development. Gordon is an active speaker on cyber at industry events, conferences, and executive roundtables, and is a passionate advocate of the business value of IT security management and security as a business enabler.