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How to articulate the organisation's cyber risk priorities to your board [VIRTUAL]

Join us on Thursday 30 May to hear from and connect with Mirta Minai, ex-Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Healthscope

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Thu, 30 Jun, 12:00 AM

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    Thu, 30 Jun, 07:30 AM

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    Thu, 30 Jun, 08:30 AM
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<p><strong>This event is intended for leaders and professionals who have influence in organisation and its cyber security posture.</strong></p> <p> </p> <p>Organisations are facing a growing threat from cyber criminals, yet organisations are still hesitant to prioritise and invest further into uplifting their cyber security. How can leaders in cyber security communicate effectively and influence the shift in focus? Mitra Minai, ex-Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Healthscope, shares her top tips and insights from 20 year’s experience working the health, financial and professional services industries. Mitra will be joined by Greg Newbegin, Security Professional, Lenovo, who will lead the conversation for the evening, including the live audience Q&amp;A.</p> <p>By attending this event, you will learn these 5 key takeaways:</p> <ul><li>How to translate technical language into a risk language your board and executive team will understand</li><li>What can go wrong if an organisation does not prioritise and invest into improving their security posture</li><li>How the focus on cyber risk has impacted the healthcare ecosystem</li><li>The impact your leadership team has on influencing the maturity of the organisation</li><li>Deciding on the right cyber framework to build out your cyber security strategy and roadmap</li></ul> <p><strong>About the Speaker:</strong></p> <p>Mitra is a senior Technology and Security Transformation executive with over 20 years’ experience working in the Health, Financial and Professional Services industries. Mitra is a recognised leader in successfully defining and implementing Centres of Excellence Technology and Cybersecurity functions across major International and Australian Banks and most recently in the Health Sector. </p> <p>Over the past 2.5 years, Mitra was the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Healthscope, charged with defining and building the Cyber Security Practice for the Enterprise. During her tenure as CISO, Mitra successfully delivered Healthscope’s market leading Cyber Security function, including definition and operationalisation of the Cyber Security strategy, priorities and roadmap. She has ensured the continuous uplift of Cyber Security capability and maturity and delivered effective threat intelligence and resilient Cyber Security solutions and services across the Enterprise to 42 Healthscope Hospitals.</p>

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How to articulate the organisation's cyber risk priorities to your board [VIRTUAL]

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