Join us for this important breakfast event on cyber security and the threat to aged care, with presenters Mohan Koo, co-founder of Dtex Systems and Mike Barber CEO of Australian Cyber Collaboration.
We are pleased to announce the Hon Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia, will also be in attendance.
A recent cyber attack on Uniting Care Queensland’s hospitals and aged care services has highlighted the very real threat that exists. This cyber attack resulted in these services having to revert to paper-based operations. In 2020 the Australian Cyber Security Centre (A3C) raised concerns about the increasing number of ransomware cases targeting nursing homes and hospitals with cyber criminals using ransomware to encrypt or lock an organisation’s information.
At the breakfast we will also ask for expressions of interest to attend a subsequent tour of Lot 14 and the co-located cyber security facility.
Date: Wednesday 16 June
Time: 7.30 to 9.00am
Where: ‘Stone and Chalk’ Allied Health Building, Lot Fourteen, North Terrace, Adelaide
Who should attend: CEOs, CIOs and relevant General Managers
Mohan Koo, DTex Systems Co-founder and CTO and member of the Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur
Dtex turns employees, executives, contractors into ‘trusted insiders’. Their award winning program reduces insider threat risk by providing intelligence about behaviours and activities across massive numbers of distributed users. Dtex combines the largest library of known malicious and negligent behaviours, machine learning and advanced analytics.
Mike Barber, CEO, Australian Cyber Collaboration
Mike is an experienced executive with a demonstrated history in working in the information technology and services industry. Experienced in business transformation, business strategy, and organisational change management. Skilled in IT strategy, management, outsourcing, business process improvement, cyber security and cloud computing.
Special guest: The Hon Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia
MC: Michael Luchich, State Director SA&NT, Optus Enterprise
Cost: Free for ACSA members (please book early as seats are limited to 60 attendees)
This event is free for ACSA members thanks to the kind support of Australian Cyber Security Centre (A3C) from Lot 14.
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