BSI management seminar: Cybersecurity: Cutting through the hype

BSI management seminar: Cybersecurity: Cutting through the hype
BSI management seminar: Cybersecurity: Cutting through the hype

Principal speaker

Mr Chris Haigh

Other speakers

Mr Martin O'Riordan


Practical advice you can use

All too frequently cybersecurity, hacking, data breaches and online criminal activity have become common place. Using scaremongering tactics, many cybersecurity businesses have induced decision paralysis at the board and management levels, putting their businesses at increased risk of significant financial, reputational and legislative damage. This seminar will provide a different approach to improving the cybersecurity ecosystem within businesses. It will give practical advice suited to the businesses' current cybersecurity maturity level that can have immediate positive effects on your organisation's cybersecurity risk posture.

This seminar will cover the ten actions that our seminar leaders have derived by working first-hand with the highest risks across all of their clients. For example, what standards should your business follow: NIST, ASD/ACSC, ISO27001? You will leave the seminar with enough practical knowledge to have a constructive conversation with your IT department or service provider to make rapid improvements to your cybersecurity ecosystem and to reduce your risk exposure.

Chris Haigh is a Cybersecurity expert and leader with over 20 years' experience helping businesses manage their cybersecurity risk across four continents: Australia, Europe, USA and South Africa. Chris has a pragmatic approach to Cybersecurity, focusing on practical and achievable techniques to reduce Cybersecurity risk. Chris also co-founded, nurtured and successfully sold a multi-million-dollar ICT business in the UK that held multiple industry security awards. Chris is driven to help educate both businesses and individuals in practical ways to improve their Cybersecurity posture. Chris Haigh is Chief Information Security Officer of Mercury IT.

Martin O'Riordan has a Master of Information Systems with Distinction, qualifications in Business and Training and over 20 years' experience in C Level Executive roles all of which have either included a significant information technology component or have been dual leadership/technology roles. Martin has also held senior Board positions on both Corporate and Not-for-Profit boards. Along with his expertise in Information Systems, Technology and Management, he has extensive experience across Risk Management, Governance, Corporations and Industrial Relations Law, Privacy and Security. Martin O'Riordan is General Manager, Mercury IT.

All attendees will receive FREE access to:

• online cyber risk assessment and tracking
• ready-to-edit cyber policy templates, and checklists
• library of security awareness posters

9:30am for 10:00am start. Networking opportunity from 11:00am. Light refreshments will be served.


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RSVP on or before Friday 12 July 2019 , by email m.georgas@griffith.edu.au, or by phone 3735 7390

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