The CSO perspectives Roadshow will fuel you with new ideas, new connections and inspire you. The event is built for the industry by the Industry.
Whether you are a CISO, IT/Security Manager/ Director, C-Level Board Member, Network Security Manager, a Security Strategist, Risk and Compliance Specialist, a security newbie, security geek, security student, or a security genius- whatever your job title, the roadshow will have something of interest to you.
Addressing the latest challenges in information security providing you with business critical insight, best practice and practical case studies. Speakers include information security thought-leaders from public and private sector end-users, policy-makers and analysts, and industry experts.
2016 was cited as the most unsecure year to date with cyber attacks and data breaches.
With 2017 approaching there is a core focus on Security awareness, Diversity, IoT, automation, cyber security, big data, privacy, cyber security skills shortage, cyber insurance, increased regulations, critical infrastructure attacks, and more…
The CSO Perspectives Roadshow will arm you with the ammunition to move into 2017 ready for whats to come next with a broad collaboration from those who understand the benefits of sharing solutions and perspectives to address the increasing import and challenges at hand. As attendees, you will experience the final result.
New this year:
Now in its 4th year, the CSO perspectives Roadshow is the place to be for everything you need to know about information security. In just 1 day, you can take advantage of a range of benefits:
Crown Ballroom 3
Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood WA
CSO Perspectives Roadshow Interview - Silas Barnes, Group Chief Information Security Officer, Virgin Australia Group
CSO Perspectives Roadshow 2017 Showreel
CSO Perspectives Roadshow Interview - Jeff Lanza, Retired FBI Agent (USA)
CSO Perspectives Roadshow Interview - Mark Loveless "Simple Nomad" Senior Security Researcher at Duo Security
Panel Session sponsored by VMware, Application Security: Does moving your applications to the Cloud mean reduced risk or just relocated risk?