An exclusive online discussion for senior executives in the tech startup industry across Australia and New Zealand.
Achieving hypergrowth and traction in startups
In addition to the daily challenges of identifying, analysing, and mitigating an increasing number of threats, security teams face mounting pressure as they adapt to changes due to the recent global crisis. Backlogs are inevitable, but centralising security functions may solve the problem.
A Security Operation Centre (SOC) can streamline a company’s maintenance and contingency measures, enabling both physical and digital systems to cope with real-time demands. Security leaders now recognise its potential to help their businesses survive and thrive in the new environment for the foreseeable future.
- What is the cost of inaction in a diverse and ever-changing risk landscape
- How are leading security teams leveraging real-time information to drive a best practice crisis response?
- What are the key considerations when establishing or future-proofing your SOC?
CIO at Box Hill Institute
Director of Risk, Internal Audit & Governance at Box Hill Institute
Head of Financial Crime Intelligence Strategy, Risk & Gov at Macquarie Bank
Head of Security at Spark NZ
Head of Bank Resilience at RACQ
Head of Graduate School of Policing & Security at Charles Sturt University
GM of Security Operations at AARNet
Group Manager of Loss Prevention at Accent Group
Manager of Security Operations at UNSW
Manager of Risk, Assurance & Information Security at Fujifilm
Manager of Risk Operations and Development at Alinta Energy
Manager of Security Operations, Governance & Data Protection at NBN
Manager of Security at Honda
Manager of Information Security at Westpac
11:00 am: Introduction by Ortus Club
11:05 am: Introduction of participants
11:15 am: Short address from Stripe
11:25 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:15 pm: End of session