|8:00 - 8:20||Registration - arrival tea and coffee|
Opening Address and Welcome
International keynote Kim Zetter - Award winning Global Cyber Security Journalist (WIRED) and Author of "Countdown to Zero Day".
Stuxnet and the Age of Digital Warfare
In this presentation, Kim tells the story about Stuxnet's planning, execution and discovery and why the attack was so unique and sophisticated. She'll also discuss the repercussions of the assault and how critical infrastructure is susceptible to the same kind.
|9:45 - 10:45||
International keynote William Cheswick - Computer Security: I think we can win!
By a number of important measures, the Internet is working spectacularly well. A large part of the world's economy uses it to great advantage. But there is crime and espionage as well, and the attackers are highly capable and motivated. Meanwhile, experienced security people despair. The same bugs seem to persist, the lessons of the past ignored or forgotten. This has been going on for decades.
But I am an optimist. Despite the steady drumbeat of repeated problems, we are still very early in the game, making widespread rookie mistakes. Despite the incredible progress of Moore's Law, our software isn't much better than thirty years ago.
This is going to get better over the coming decades. We have tools and techniques we haven't explored or deployed very far. We can get the upper hand - yes, it is possible to write a secure program. They are our computers, on our networks, running software we choose: we have the home-field advantage. We ought to be able to win.
|10:45 - 11:15||Networking Break / coffee and tea and pastries|
|11:15 - 13:00||
Auckland Security Waves (A series of topical roundtables)
|13:00 - 14:00||
A panel of renowned security experts explore why DDoS attacks have become the “grim new reality” of the Internet, what’s causing the rise in attacks, and how organizations can seek to reduce their vulnerability.
Join Preston Hogue, Anu Nayar, Andy Prow and Mike Seddon - Bought to you by F5 Networks
|14:50 - 15:30||
Auckland: Peter Gutmann - University of Auckland
Crypto won't save you either
|15:35- 16:05||Networking Break tea and coffee|
|16:00 - 17:00||
CyberInsight: Directors and cyber security engagement
Cyber security is a business problem and needs to be a part of any good governance. There is, however, some industry research as well as anecdotal evidence that suggests Board Directors and Senior Executives may not be engaging with cyber security.
presented by Dr Sally Ernst , Australian Cyber Security Networks
|17:00 - 18:30||
Closing remarks and prize draws
Followed by Book Signing & Cocktails
Grab your free book courtesy of CSO & Enex Testlab and have it signed by the author as a reminder of the days event