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Cyber Security

Thursday 11 April, 2019 | Victory Convention Centre

 

'Arms race against cyber security': New Zealand businesses need to take threats seriously: 

The threat of a cyber security breach is not a matter of 'if' but rather one of 'when' and so businesses of all sizes need to be alert to mitigate risk, experts say.

Colin James, Head of Cyber Security for Vodafone across the Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific region, likens the urgency of imminent cyber threats to that of the arms race - as organisations work to protect their data and assets, hackers and scammers are increasingly coming up with elaborate ways to break through security systems.

"The arms race is effectively what we're seeing with escalation between the way we put in defences and the way people try and circumvent those defences and its constantly elevated,"

Read the full article here at nzherald.co.nz


KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:

 

Keynote Speaker:
Colin James - Head of Cyber Security, Vodafone Group

 
 

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Keynote Speaker:
Colin James - Head of Cyber Security, Vodafone Group

Panellists:
Kendra Ross - Cyber Security Entrepreneur
Adrian van Hest - Partner and Cyber Leader, PwC New Zealand
Stephen Kraemar - Chief Information Security Officer, Ports of Auckland