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Webinar: The Cyber Skills Gap

What 'the Cyber skills gap" really means for individuals, businesses and Australia and how you can take benefit from this skills shortage.

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Tue, 22 May, 10:00 AM

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  • Event Start:
    Tue, 22 May, 12:00 PM

    Event Finish:
    Tue, 22 May, 01:00 PM
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  • Free

This session will outline some of the known statistics and the different things that are being done across the Australian economy to address the issue of the Cyber skills gap. The speaker will also dive into some of the opportunities there are for people to either move into cyber from other areas or for new starters in the ICT field.<br><br>This event does not contribute to PYP points

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Information security (SCTY) - 3


Philippa Wyrdeman

Philippa Wyrdeman

Pip Wyrdeman is Director of Cyber Services and Systems with Elbit Systems of Australia heading up the cyber side of the business across the Government, Military and Commercial sectors with a particular focus on cyber training.
Pip came to Elbit to advance her mission to improve the maturity of Australia’s cybersecurity foundation. Her previous role was as Senior Adviser Cyber Policy in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet where she worked with industry and academia to implement the Australian Government’s Cyber Security Strategy. Her particular focus was on Growth and Innovation and developing the Cyber Smart Nation. This is where the mission really began.
A biotechnologist and genetic engineer by original training, Pip moved into IP Australia examining patents in that space before moving into ICT change management and helping organisations with their information, ICT and security policy and architectures. It was from that platform that she moved into Cyber Security policy and into her role today.
Pip is a futurist at heart and has a passion for technology and the benefits it can bring to individuals, business and society more broadly.
Pip holds a Degree in Applied Science, and Graduate Diploma in Management Science and a Master of Arts in Strategic Studies. Pip is also a Fellow of the Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies.

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Webinar: The Cyber Skills Gap

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