In September 2019, ISACA invite you to join them along with delegates from around the world at the SkyCity Events Centre in Auckland, New Zealand, for an engaging and informative programme of world class speakers, panels and entertainment. They will also have the privilege of celebrating an exciting milestone: ISACA’s 50th anniversary!
In honour of ISACA’s 50th, the conference will focus on the areas that have brought ISACA and the profession success thus far and will continue to lead them into a strong and prosperous future. Talking about what they call the BA*SI*CS: Business Acumen, Strategic Innovation, and Cyber Security.
Infosecurity ISACA North America Expo and Conference will debut in New York City’s Javits Convention Center from 20th to 21st November 2019.
Across workshop, conference programs and exhibition, the first-time 2019 event is expected to draw more than 2,000 attendees and more than 120 exhibitors. Professionals can gain a range of CPE for attending the conference and associated events.
COSAC is delighted to announce that the third annual SABSA APAC Congress will be integrated into COSAC 2019 in Melbourne, from Tuesday December 3 through Thursday December 5 2019.
COSAC is honoured to host this opportunity for SABSA Architects and the thousands of users world-wide to come together within the long-standing COSAC spirit and ethos of real value, unrivalled quality of presentations and workshops, and true professional fellowship.
SABSA is the world’s most successful free-use and open-source security architecture framework and methodology. It is the leading best practice method for delivering cohesive information security, assurance and architecture solutions to enterprises. The SABSA framework ensures that the security needs of your organisation are met completely and are designed, delivered and supported as an integral part of your IT management infrastructure.
Past Events: Topic Women talk IT: Women in Security
Tanya discussed common data breaches and the link to insider threat, more importantly, how the insider threat can take on several different forms, and how the attack is usually initiated from within your network versus outside. In the past security has focused on solutions such as firewalls, antivirus and IDS/IPS. It is becoming increasingly important to recognise that technology alone cannot prevent insider threats, as technologies that stop one type of insider attack may not necessarily be effective against others. IT needs support from other divisions in order to effectively tackle this growing problem. When a company takes a multi-faceted approach to cybersecurity, by providing a comprehensive range of solutions such as access control, encryption technologies, employee engagement and training, they significantly increase their defences against insider attacks.
Past Event: AISA Sydney May 2017. Topic: Challenges how we look at Cyber Security.
Tanya discussed growing trends, changes to legislation, including ASIC’s focus on Board Members’ responsibility to Cyber Security, Europe’s new GDPR laws, and why insider threat needs to be at the core of protecting data.