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ACS Regional (Albury) Tech Fireside Chat: Exploring technology trends

Do you live around the Albury and Wagga Wagga, NSW area? If you are, we invite you to join us for the ACS Regional Tech Fireside Chat on 29 Feb 2024.

Event Start: Thu 29 Feb 05:30 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Thu 29 Feb 08:00 PM AEDT

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Registration End Date: Tue 27 Feb 06:00 PM


<p><strong><u>Please note:</u> </strong>Do not register for this event if you are unable to travel to Albury. <br>If you are living around the Albury and Wagga Wagga, NSW area? We invite you to join us for the ACS Regional Tech Fireside Chat on 29 Feb 2024.<br><img alt="User-added image" src="https://acsau.file.force.com/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=015GB00000Icm1y&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1706664785000"></img><br><br><strong>Join us to explore technology trends</strong>: What do we want from our IT moving forward.<br><br>This is a great opportunity for the Riverina tech community to come together and network, and discuss the latest tech trends.  <br><br>Join Tanya Finnen (Non-Executive Director &amp; former CIO) and Lisa Ryan (General Manager Digital and Business Innovation, North East Water) in conversation with Mike Meyer discussing what regional businesses and organisations want and need as they gaze into 2024 and beyond.  <br><br>The panel discussion will touch on points such as the vision, alignment, opportunities, and challenges facing IT departments and how they are managing the changing technology landscape in their organisations.  <br><br>Key topics include balancing innovation with risk, sustainability and ethics as well as developing a highly skilled regional tech workforce.<br><br><strong>Information security: Level 4</strong></p> <ul><li>Provides guidance on the application and operation of elementary physical, procedural and technical security controls.</li><li>Explains the purpose of security controls and performs security risk and business impact analysis for medium complexity information systems.</li><li>Identifies risks that arise from potential technical solution architectures. Designs alternate solutions or countermeasures and ensures they mitigate identified risks.</li><li>Investigates suspected attacks and supports security incident management.</li></ul>

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Information security (SCTY) -> Level 4

Facilitator

Michael Meyer

Michael Meyer

Mike is a Riverina local and passionate about building digital and technology community in the region. He is a seasoned technology leader and is especially inspired to promote and develop excellent skills for the tech sector in our region. With many organisations being distributed and many working from home, he is inspired to build community and to see the best opportunities made available to support fellow technologists and business leaders in the region. 

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Panellist

Tanya Finnen

Tanya Finnen

Tanya is an accomplished CIO with over 24 years’ experience as a progressive, self-disrupting, digital leader. Driven by meaning and purpose, Tanya believes technology leaders must possess a deep understanding of a business's potential to fully realise meaningful transformation across people, business process, and technology.   Tanya’s efforts have consistently placed people at the heart of her work in the digital sphere; transformation is personal - it’s about how we look after each other, this is the secret sauce and an organisation’s superpower to transform, regardless of industry. 

Tanya led IT at North East Water in Wodonga for eight years before becoming Chief Information Officer at Albury-Wodonga Health from 2021-23 where she transformed the capability of IT with a patient-centric focus.   In February 2024 Tanya is extremely proud to be joining community owned BankWAW, to guide their ongoing digital transformation that continues to support and fulfill the expectations of its 25,000 customers.

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Lisa Ryan

Lisa Ryan

With nearly 30 years experience working across technology, cyber and data, mainly in the finance industry and then more recently moving into purpose-led organisations such as the education and water sectors, her roles have developed over time to consider the human side of digital transformation, including human-centred design, customer journeys, systems thinking, process improvements and robotic automation. Her interest in technology was based on the power it provided to enable better, faster, smarter ways of working, helping people to work more efficiently and organisations to continually evolve in new areas of innovation. 

Lisa was born and raised in Albury/Wodonga and returned to the area several years ago, after seeing such growth and change in her home town and work opportunities that were not afforded earlier in her career. Since then, she has found inspiring local businesses and employers, and the central location of Albury/Wodonga allows for easy travel to Melbourne or Sydney for networking and conferences. She is passionate about solving real problems rather than shiny new toys, supporting people in their transition to digital ways of working, and continually learning from others. She is constantly looking for ways to pay it forward to local youth by building STEM work experience and placements, promoting local job opportunities in regional areas, and pathways for neurodiverse students to find futures that are not restricted by their perceived limitations, but defined by their incredible strengths.

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Level 1, 526 Swift Street,Albury,NSW,Australia

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  • Business NSW Regional Business Centre
    Level 1, 526 Swift Street
    Albury NSW 2640
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  • Event Start:
    Thu 29 Feb 05:30 PM AEDT

    Event Finish:
    Thu 29 Feb 08:00 PM AEDT
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