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ACS Qld Gold Coast Chapter Presents - The Changing Face of Cyber

Cyber has become a hot topic in recent times, but how is the face of cyber changing?

Registration End Date: Mon, 14 Jun, 01:00 PM

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  • where

  • Auditorium, TAFE Coomera
    198 Foxwell Rd
    Coomera QLD 4209
  • when

  • Event Start: Tue, 15 Jun, 06:00 PM
    Event Finish: Tue, 15 Jun, 08:00 PM
  • event price

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<span style="font-size: 11pt;"><span><span style="font-family: Calibri,sans-serif;"><b>Please note this is a face-to-face event. </b><br><br>We have unique opportunity to pull on the experience of those who were fighting cyber-crimes at the beginning of the computer age and those who are fighting it now,</span></span></span><span style="font-size: 11pt;"><span style="font-family: Calibri,sans-serif;"> with insights from Bill Caelli (the undisputed father of cyber security in Australia), David Rudduck (founder and managing director of Gold Coast based cyber security firm ‘Insane Technologies’) and Ben Di Marco (data privacy, incident response and cyber insurance expert with over 13 years of experience practicing as a solicitor in both Australia and the United States).</span></span><br><br><span style="font-size: 11pt;"><span style="font-family: Calibri,sans-serif;">During this panel discussion we’ll be looking at the past, the present, and the future of Cyber Security – what’s changed, what hasn’t changed, and what is likely to change as we embrace a future of increasing cyber attacks in a world dependent on technology.</span></span><br> 

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 SCHEDULE  ACTIVITY
 06:00 PM - 06:30 PM  REGISTRATION & NETWORKING                          
 06:30 PM - 07:30 PM  PRESENTATION                          
 07:30 PM - 08:00 PM  Q&A                          

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Information security (SCTY) -> Level 4

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Mathew Eames

Mathew Eames

Mathew has 20+ years’ experience in the ICT industry, delivering ICT strategy and planning for a large global enterprise across multiple industries. Recently Mathew has focussed his career on working with and supporting local Queensland businesses, currently working as CIO for a national recruitment company.Passionate about growing ICT locally and helping open pathways for our future workforces, Mathew is involved with the ACS as a Gold Coast and the ACS QLD Branch Executive committee. Mathew works to mentor students and is developing a Gold Coast Innovation group of local business ICT leaders to lift the profile of ICT on the Gold Coast. His focus is on developing the ICT sector locally, to help the development of local talent and ultimately see the Gold Coast be known as an ICT world leader.

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William John Caelli

William John Caelli

Emeritus Professor William J (Bill) Caelli, AO - Retired Director of cybersecurity consultancy company IISEC Pty Ltd, Emeritus Professor of the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Adjunct Professor at Griffith University and Former Advisor to the School of Business and Tourism at Southern Cross University. Former Chair of the Safety and Stability Advisory Committee of Australia’s Domain Name Authority (auDa). Former member of the board of the "Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE)", USA (URL http://www.cisse.info) from 2004 to 2013, Former Member ASTEC (Australian Science, Technology and Engineering Council) to Federal Government, Australia. Founder of Electronics Research Australia Pty Ltd, then ERACOM Pty Ltd, in 1979 which developed/manufactured a range of computers based on Stanford University Network (SUN) architecture with added cryptographic hardware/software. Cryptographic subsystems / hardware security modules for IBM/clone PC, mainframes and data networks/computer security products with a first hardware encryption system for the IBM PC (1984) with full hard disk encryption/trusted key management. Founding Director of the Information Security Research Centre (ISRC) at QUT in 1988, then Head of the School of Data Communications/School of Software Engineering and Data Communications. He was made an Officer in the Order of Australia in 2003. He has over 55 years experience in ICT with ~50 years in all aspects of cybersecurity, commercial cryptography and public policy concerns in the area. Worked for Hewlett-Packard Company and Control Data Corporation. PhD in nuclear physics / high speed data acquisition via IBM 1800/System 360/50 DACS combination.

Fellow of the Australian Computer Society (ACS), Life Senior Member of the IEEE, Fellow of ISC2, Hon CISM (ISACA), Former Member IFIP TC-11

Specialties: cybersecurity, network / information security & assurance, policy in cybersecurity & ICT industry, cyberwarfare/conflict/defence, cybersecurity education, SCADA/DACS security, trusted systems, SELinux, Trusted/CMW Solaris, Trusted XENIX, Trusted UNIX, SEVMS.

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David Rudduck

David Rudduck

For over 20 years, David and his team at Insane Technologies have been protecting small to mid-sized businesses. David and his team provide assessment, education, protection and response services for businesses throughout Australia and New Zealand from the beautiful Gold Coast. David’s team has responded to over a thousand cyber incidents in the last few years alone and as a by-product have unparalleled insight into the reason why so many businesses end up a victim of cyber criminals.

David is a CISSP, GCFE (Certified Forensic Examiner), GCFA (Certified Forensic Analyst) and Certified Professional (Cyber Security) by the Australian Computer Society. David and his team believe in educating and empowering business owners and IT/IS professionals with the knowledge and tools to better protect themselves from cyber incidents, as well as to arm them with strategies that will help incident responders investigate an incident more effectively. 
 

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Benjamin Di Marco

Benjamin Di Marco

Ben is a data privacy, incident response and cyber insurance expert with over 13 years of experience practicing as a solicitor in both Australia and the United States.

He has end-to-end understanding of data incident, technology and cyber insurance risks. Ben has providing triage and strategic advice to over 160 domestic and international organisations following suspected data events and advised financial service, medical, insurance, government and information technology clients on privacy governance.
 

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198 Foxwell Rd,Coomera,QLD,Australia

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