Where You Fit in Within the Different Jobs in Cybersecurity
06 March 2019
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Academy Xi, 48 Druitt Street, Sydney 2000
According to IBM, there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day. With that, 90% of all data that currently exists has only been created in the last two years!
As such, the need for data security has surged at an exponential rate. Both businesses and governments are pouring resources into cybersecurity — the techniques of how we can keep our data safer and away from the wrong hands.
What is cybersecurity, what opportunities exist in this field?
At our panel, our expert cybersecurity panelists will explore:
- What are the different roles available in cybersecurity?
- Why we need a breadth of roles in the field?
- Why all roles in cybersecurity are not technical
- How can you transition into a career in cybersecurity
Security Practice Director at InfoTrust
I'm a Sydney-based cybersecurity coach, focusing on information security advisory, agile security management and cybersecurity awareness & engagement.
My experience spans business consulting, software development, marketing, graphic design, project management and information security. I have degrees in computing and project management and as well as multiple security certifications, including CISM, Certified Technical Trainer and ISO 27001 Lead Implementer to name a few.
Cyber Risk Management Lead, InConsult
Tulin is a strategic thinker and cyber risk management specialist with experience in public and private sectors. Tulin has held senior positions with Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, Optiver and Deloitte.
Whilst Tulin’s working experience spans enterprise risk management, business continuity, risk culture analysis, project management, issues management, IT audit, data analytics, internal audit and external audit, Tulin specializes in cyber risk management including cyber risk threat analysis, prevention, control and assurance.
Karissa A. Breen
Founder Karissa Breen Industries
Karissa Breen, or KB as she's better known, is an entrepreneur, and as an ex-techie saw issues with the way tech was engaging with people.
Having worked on the front-lines of tech, she founded KBI to help global enterprises frame and develop their engagement strategies.
Whether marketing, internal communications, or PR, KBI is 100% focused on helping tech companies communicate better with their audiences. Now working with start-ups, KBI is providing the same tools and processes streamlined for fledgling organisations to get their marketing and PR on the right path from day one, not when it's already too late.
Cyber Security Consultant at EY
Helen is a cyber security consultant at EY, servicing the financial services industry. She joined EY in June 2017, where she has advised clients on threat assessments, third party risk management, data loss exposure assessments, incident simulations and vulnerability management. She has previously interned at Commonwealth Bank within the Digital Protection Group on security governance, risk and compliance, and at Information Integrity Solutions, headed up by Australia’s former Privacy Commissioner, Malcolm Crompton, where she produced privacy impact assessments. Helen graduated from UNSW in 2016, attaining her Bachelor of Information Systems and is currently tutoring the Networking and Cyber Security course at UNSW from February until April.
Dates and fees
06 March 2019
6:00 pm ~ 8:00 pm
48 Druitt Street,