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Tech Masterclass: Essentials for a cyber resilient organisation

Develop a cyber resiliency toolkit for your organisation

Event Start: Tue 21 Nov 05:30 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Tue 21 Nov 07:30 PM AEDT

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Registration End Date: Mon 20 Nov 07:00 PM


<em>*If you are a non-member, please contact events@acs.org.au with your name, email, job title and organisation. One of our staff will assist you with your registration.</em><br><br>With the evolving threat landscape, taking a protective stance is no longer enough or viable. Organisations must accept the fact that breaches are inevitable and they have to be ready to detect, respond, and recover from a breach. A move from cyber protection to cyber resilience is critical. <br><br>In this masterclass, you will learn key differentiators between cyber security and cyber resiliency, understand how recent advancements such as in Artificial Intelligence (AI) will impact cyber resiliency, get visibility on how the regulatory landscape in almost every industry is rapidly changing to focus on cyber risks and go through 3 key organizational industry case studies relevant to the subject.<br><br>The session is additionally focused on how to conduct compromise assessments, understanding and responding to a common attack, what part zero trust plays in cyber resilience and the need to get strategic in your approach.<br><br>By attending, you will gain a cyber resiliency toolkit including: <ul><li>Key cyber resiliency questions/considerations for executives</li><li>Cyber essentials for a resilient organisation</li><li>Regulatory landscape and focus on cyber resilience in Aus</li><li>A cyber resiliency self-assessment questionnaire </li><li>Resiliency journey accelerators</li></ul> <strong>About the speaker - </strong>Kaustubh Vazalwar, Principal – Cyber Security and Privacy Risk Services, RSM Australia<br><br>Kaustubh is a senior resilience practitioner and executive and helps his clients enhance their ICT resilience by understanding the root causes of disruptions, and developing strategic plans for improving data security, governance, and risk mitigation for critical systems. Being a seasoned and certified resiliency professional with experience in strategic and technological aspects of business, he has worked with prestigious customers across the globe and in various industry verticals. In his current role as the Associate Director with RSM Consulting, Kaustubh works as an executive advisor and drives critical initiatives for the cyber security and privacy risk services division.  Kaustubh’s previous roles include Head of Technology – Enterprise Resilience at Tabcorp Holdings Ltd., and A/NZ Practice Leader – Resiliency Services at IBM.<br><br>He is passionate about developing intellectual property material and has published multiple whitepapers and journal articles in the domain, as well as been a speaker at the prestigious BCM World Conference in London. Kaustubh was recognised as the Continuity and Resilience Consultant in the BCI India awards in 2015.<br> 

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Kaustubh Vazalwar

Kaustubh Vazalwar

Kaustubh is a senior resilience practitioner and executive and helps his clients enhance their ICT resilience by understanding the root causes of disruptions, and developing strategic plans for improving data security, governance, and risk mitigation for critical systems. Being a seasoned and certified resiliency professional with experience in strategic and technological aspects of business, he has worked with prestigious customers across the globe and in various industry verticals. In his current role as the Associate Director with RSM Consulting, Kaustubh works as an executive advisor and drives critical initiatives for the cyber security and privacy risk services division.  Kaustubh’s previous roles include Head of Technology – Enterprise Resilience at Tabcorp Holdings Ltd., and A/NZ Practice Leader – Resiliency Services at IBM.

He is passionate about developing intellectual property material and has published multiple whitepapers and journal articles in the domain, as well as been a speaker at the prestigious BCM World Conference in London. Kaustubh was recognised as the Continuity and Resilience Consultant in the BCI India awards in 2015.

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Level 14/839 Collins St,Docklands,VIC,Australia

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    Level 14/839 Collins St
    Docklands VIC 3008
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    Tue 21 Nov 05:30 PM AEDT

    Event Finish:
    Tue 21 Nov 07:30 PM AEDT
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