CSO Live Webinar : Are you ready for 2018’s compliance firestorm?
  • Garrett O'Hara

    Principal Consultant, Mimecast

  • Meena Wahi

    Director, Cyber Data-Risk Managers

  • Kate Carruthers

    Chief Data Officer, UNSW Sydney & an Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science & Engineering.

  • Rebecca Herold

    CEO, The Privacy Professor, and President, SIMBUS, LLC, on behalf of ISACA

  • Adrian Chotar

    Partner, Legal, Pwc Australia

  • Anthony Caruana

    Moderator, CSO

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Are you ready for 2018’s compliance firestorm?

Changes in the next year will subject Australian companies to demanding new legislation that will require them to keep a closer eye on their data – and report in detail when it is compromised. Failure to comply risks multi million-dollar fines and significant reputational damage from customers that are relying on you to keep their personal data private.

Despite the potential damages, most companies concede their governance, regulatory and compliance (GRC) efforts are falling short of the expectations of legislation including Australia’s mandatory Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) regime and the European Union’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), which will impact every Australian company handling EU citizens’ data.

Complying with these and other privacy regulations means achieving broad visibility of your data and a clear understanding of the network security, data classification, loss prevention and other security policies that you must implement and maintain.

If you’re still travelling the road to compliance, come spend an hour with CSO Australia, Mimecast, and a panel of technical experts and peers for an online webinar that will walk you through the ins and outs of your new compliance obligations.

Throughout the course of this interactive webinar, you’ll have the chance to ask questions from compliance and technical experts who will explain:

  • Why every Australian companies needs to comply with GDPR, and what this involves
  • What information you must report under the National Data Breach scheme, and what back-end systems you need to provide this
  • How to build a resilient data management framework that will increase your data security and head off potential compliance breaches before they damage your business and its reputation

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Garrett O'Hara

Principal Consultant for Mimecast

Garrett O’Hara is the Senior Technical Consultant for Mimecast Australia. With two decades working in technology and broad industry experience Garrett helps companies understand the evolving threat landscape, and how next generation protection can help them mitigate financial and reputation risk.

Meena Wahi

Director, Cyber Data-Risk Managers

Meena Wahi is the Director of Cyber Data-Risk Managers – specialist insurance brokers for Cyber Insurance / Data breach Insurance. Meena has been interacting with stakeholders in the evolving cyber risk/data privacy space in Australia and overseas since 2011. Contributing to the dialogue as a key player in the market, she advocates that cyber insurance must constitute a part of enterprise risk management strategy. Meena holds an MBA from Monash University and a Tier 1 (Insurance Broking) from ANZIIF

Kate Carruthers

Chief Data Officer, UNSW Sydney & an Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science & Engineering.

Kate Carruthers is Chief Data Officer for UNSW Sydney, and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science & Engineering. She has extensive experience in senior executive roles for diverse organisations such as GE, AMP, Scentre Group and State Government.
Kate is a founder of several startups including IoTM and MooresCloud, and she is a member of the Telstra Industry Advisory Board and the NSW Government Data Analytics Centre Advisory Board.

Rebecca Herold

CEO, The Privacy Professor, and President, SIMBUS, LLC, on behalf of ISACA

Rebecca has over 25 years of systems engineering, information security, privacy and compliance experience, is CEO of The Privacy Professor ® consultancy, and Co-Founder/President of SIMBUS360 Information Security, Privacy, Technology & Compliance cloud services business. Rebecca has authored 19 books, including 2 published in 2017 by ISACA, and hundreds of articles. Rebecca led the NIST Smart Grid Privacy Subgroup for 7 years, was a founding officer for the IEEE P1912 Privacy and Security Architecture for Consumer Wireless Devices Working Group, and is on numerous advisory boards. Rebecca was an Adjunct Professor for the Norwich University MSISA program for 9 years. Rebecca is frequently interviewed, including regularly on the KCWI23 morning television show, and quoted in diverse broadcasts and publications. Rebecca holds the following certifications: FIP, CISSP, CISA, CISM, CIPT, CIPM, CIPP/US, FLMI. Rebecca is based in Des Moines, Iowa, USA. www.SIMBUS360.com , www.privacyprofessor.org, www.privacyguidance.com.

Adrian Chotar

Partner, Legal, Pwc Australia

Adrian Chotar is a Partner in PwC Australia’s legal practice. He specialises in strategic technology-driven transactions, complex telecommunications supply arrangements and large scale commercial projects involving regulated infrastructure.
His practice includes advising on all aspects of high value commercial transactions, technology intensive supply and services arrangements, domestic and international inter-carrier arrangements and regulation, technology M&A, IT transformation projects, business process outsourcing, cloud and ‘as-a-service’ arrangements, data protection and privacy.

Anthony Caruana

Moderator, CSO

Anthony’s work career has been quite diverse. With a degree in biological sciences, he has worked as a secondary school teacher and vocational trainer before joining the IT department of Bonlac Foods and then going to the utilities industry where he gained extensive experience in project management and business analysis.

He has worked as the Head of IT within the energy industry and in education.

For the last decade Anthony has worked as freelance journalist, wiring for most of the major Australian technology publications. He also appears on radio regularly and on A Current Affair, Today Tonight, The Project, The Buisness and other national TV shows.
He also present at conferences and events, and provides media training.

Garrett O'Hara

Principal Consultant, Mimecast

Garrett O’Hara is the Senior Technical Consultant for Mimecast Australia. With two decades working in technology and broad industry experience Garrett helps companies understand the evolving threat landscape, and how next generation protection can help them mitigate financial and reputation risk.

Meena Wahi

Director, Cyber Data-Risk Managers

Meena Wahi is the Director of Cyber Data-Risk Managers – specialist insurance brokers for Cyber Insurance / Data breach Insurance. Meena has been interacting with stakeholders in the evolving cyber risk/data privacy space in Australia and overseas since 2011. Contributing to the dialogue as a key player in the market, she advocates that cyber insurance must constitute a part of enterprise risk management strategy. Meena holds an MBA from Monash University and a Tier 1 (Insurance Broking) from ANZIIF

Kate Carruthers

Chief Data Officer, UNSW Sydney & an Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science & Engineering.

Kate Carruthers is Chief Data Officer for UNSW Sydney, and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science & Engineering. She has extensive experience in senior executive roles for diverse organisations such as GE, AMP, Scentre Group and State Government.
Kate is a founder of several startups including IoTM and MooresCloud, and she is a member of the Telstra Industry Advisory Board and the NSW Government Data Analytics Centre Advisory Board.

Rebecca Herold

CEO, The Privacy Professor, and President, SIMBUS, LLC, on behalf of ISACA

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Adrian Chotar

Partner, Legal, Pwc Australia

Adrian Chotar is a Partner in PwC Australia’s legal practice. He specialises in strategic technology-driven transactions, complex telecommunications supply arrangements and large scale commercial projects involving regulated infrastructure.
His practice includes advising on all aspects of high value commercial transactions, technology intensive supply and services arrangements, domestic and international inter-carrier arrangements and regulation, technology M&A, IT transformation projects, business process outsourcing, cloud and ‘as-a-service’ arrangements, data protection and privacy.

Anthony Caruana

Moderator, CSO

Anthony’s work career has been quite diverse. With a degree in biological sciences, he has worked as a secondary school teacher and vocational trainer before joining the IT department of Bonlac Foods and then going to the utilities industry where he gained extensive experience in project management and business analysis.

He has worked as the Head of IT within the energy industry and in education.

For the last decade Anthony has worked as freelance journalist, wiring for most of the major Australian technology publications. He also appears on radio regularly and on A Current Affair, Today Tonight, The Project, The Buisness and other national TV shows.
He also present at conferences and events, and provides media training.