The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) Awards is a prestigious annual event that recognises extraordinary information security professionals that have promoted excellence and innovation in the field. One of the unique things about this year’s AISA Awards is that, for the first time, the Diversity category was included. This highlights the importance and impact of diversity in the field, recognising the continuous efforts of the driven men and women making a difference in this space. Let’s meet some of the amazing nominees for this year:
04 Nov |
Security's profile may be increasing overall, but transformation-minded executives across Australia and New Zealand have shown scant attention to the area in a survey that put security nearly at the bottom of their list of priorities during digital-transformation efforts.
David Braue |
19 Sep |
I cannot help but to think of some memes at times. The one that has gotten lodged there today is the late Robin Williams with a great big bushy beard screaming “What year is it?”. News came out today that, at long last, the White House has come to the conclusion that there is a need for a CISO.
Dave Lewis |
31 Mar |
The Chief Information Security Officer and CSO roles have evolved in recent years from a relatively narrow focus as "guardians of the data" to members of the C suite who are expected to speak the language of business, participate in strategic planning and be perceived as business enablers rather than impediments. As such the CISO interview has evolved as well.
CIO Staff and Taylor Armerding, CSO |
29 Sep |
There is increased scrutiny by the Board and Management of business risks and potential impact of Cyber Security on operations. As the person who is responsible for hiring the new CISO, what are the key criteria that you ‘must’ have for the candidate?
David Gee |
04 Jun |
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