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International speaker Tammy Moskites announced as key note at the Thriving in a Digital and Secure Age luncheon

Thursday, 28 Jul 2016

Digital Innovation Festival

Tammy Moskites
As Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer at Venafi, Tammy helps CIOs and CISOs fortify their strategies to defend against increasingly complex and damaging cyberattacks against the trust established by cryptographic keys and digital certificates.

Tammy has 30 years of IT experience and is a results-driven, passionate executive leader with expertise envisioning and leading IT Security, Technology and Operational Support based organizations. Tammy has served as the CISO of Global 250 companies and guides fellow CISOs to defend their organisations from cyber threats and attacks.

Prior to joining Venafi, Tammy served as CISO with Time Warner Cable (TWC), where one of her many responsibilities was to reengineer and centralize the Information Security and IT Compliance organizations to support Global Operations. Tammy also held the CISO position with The Home Depot, where she provided strategic executive and collaborative business direction for several teams including, but not limited to, Identity and Access Management, IT Compliance and Regulatory, eDiscovery and Forensics, Encryption and more.

Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade Philip Dalidakis will launch the Festival on Monday 29 August, at our Thriving in a Digital and Secure Age Luncheon which will highlight capabilities in digital technology and data security from around the world. This is an opportunity to hear from a range of cyber security experts about trends in this area and how this industry is growing – creating jobs, new businesses and value, in the local and national economy.

  
Date:Monday 29 August, 2016
Time:11:30am registration for a 12:00pm start
Venue:Crown Palladium, Southbank VIC
Speakers:Tammy Moskites, CIO & CISO at Venafi (Keynote)
Mazino Onibere, Information Security Manager at NEC Australia (Panelist)
Further panelists will be announced in the coming weeks

For more information and to register for the luncheon, please click here.


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