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ACS QLD Bundaberg Regional Roadshow Series in Partnership with Cryptoloc - Why Data Security is a Must

Held in partnership with Cryptoloc, ‘Why Data Security is a must in protecting your business from Cyber Attacks’ features Cryptoloc founder and leading Cyber Industry expert Jamie Wilson in an informative and thought provoking Q&A session.

Registration End Date: Wed, 29 Mar, 05:00 PM

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  • The Generator
    Level 1/155A Bourbong St, Bundaberg QLD
    Bundaberg QLD 4670
  • when

  • Event Start: Thu, 30 Mar, 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Thu, 30 Mar, 07:30 PM
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<h6>Held in partnership with Cryptoloc, ‘Why Data Security is a must in protecting your business from Cyber Attacks’ features Cryptoloc founder and leading Cyber Industry expert Jamie Wilson in an informative and thought provoking Q&amp;A session.<br> <br>Presented by Jamie Wilson, Executive Chairman, Cryptoloc, the session will cover a wide range of topics including the emergence of Data Security, its role in relation to Perimeter and Core security measures, its importance in relation to Cyber Security for Business and the landscape business owners must now navigate from a regulatory perspective following recent changes to the Privacy Act as a result of last year’s Medibank and Optus breaches.<br><br>Following Jamie’s presentation, ACS Skills Advisor Luisa Grant will outline the Cyber Security Traineeship Pilot, and how ACS has been working with Industry to declare the Certificate IV in Cyber Security as a Traineeship in Queensland, helping to address the regional tech talent shortfall.<br> <br>Proudly partnered with</h6> <h6><a href="" target="_blank"><img alt="User-added image" src=";oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1671432258000"></img></a><br><br><br><strong>Cyber Traineeship Pilot program is proudly supported by TAFE QLD</strong></h6> <a href="" target="_blank"><img alt="User-added image" src=";oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1677206767000"></img></a>

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Jamie Wilson

Jamie Wilson

Founder and Executive Chairman, Cryptoloc

Jamie’s business, Cryptoloc, started out of an experience he had a decade ago, and has gone on to become one of the world’s most innovative encryption technology companies. Headquartered in Brisbane, with offices in Japan, US, South Africa and the UK, Cryptoloc ensures that businesses and their customers can interact securely, with each piece of data assigned its own separate audit trail, and every user and action verified and accounted for. Cryptoloc was rated by Forbes as one of the top 20 cyber startups to watch, globally, in 2020.

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Luisa Grant

Luisa Grant

ICT Industry Skills Advisor to the Queensland Government, Australian Computer Society

Luisa Grant is the ICT Industry Skills Advisor to the Queensland Government. She provides strategic advice on behalf of the sector on Investment initiatives, Workforce Development, Vocational Education and Training, including ensuring Queensland has a voice at the National Vet Reforms. She has over 30 years of Leadership experience, including being the Founder and Chief Executive Office of the Registered Training organisations that she successfully sold in 2020.   

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Angela Lisle

Angela Lisle

Director – Technology, Design and Manufacturing, TAFE Queensland

Ms. Angela Lisle, BLM(SEC) GradCertCInd, GradCertCyber serves as the Director for Technology, Design and manufacturing at TAFE Queensland East Coast Region. Regarded as a strategic and innovative leader, she has 20 years’ experience gained through her roles in the ICT and cyber security sector. Ms. Lisle leads educational teams, specialising in a range of technologies, including building design, digital interactivity, photo-imaging, information technology and innovation. 

She is an award winning educational leader recognised for her drive to embed entrepreneurship and innovation into technology course offerings across Sunshine Coast High Schools. She is a member of Women in Technology and the Institute of Mangers and Leaders. She has completed her Bachelor of Learning Management majoring in Business and upon completion of her Graduate Certificate in Creative Industries she received the Dean’s Commendation from CQUniversity, for her research in extended reality. She also holds qualifications in cyber security, interactive digital media, marketing and communications. Angela plays a pivotal role on the Board of the Sunshine Coast Tech Industry Alliance and the Board of Silicon Coast where she harnesses technology to deliver industry relevant advice to inform the growing ICT sector across the East Coast region. 

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Geoff Augutis

Geoff Augutis

Co-Owner and CEO, Queensland Computers

Having opened the business in 2005 in Bundaberg, the organisation now services over 100,000 square km with offices south to Brisbane and north to Rockhampton. Queensland Computers aims to continue to grow and support government and business organisations across Queensland with a strong focus on regional support. Outside of his professional endeavours Geoff is working toward a PHD with a focus on how technology is used within schools, is an avid fisherman, husband and father of three. 

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Level 1/155A Bourbong St, Bundaberg QLD,Bundaberg,QLD,Australia

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