Supply chain attacks and the erosion of trust

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Thursday, November 16th, 12:00 AEDT

IT and Cybersecurity leaders in Canberra are invited to join this roundtable luncheon on ‘Supply chain attacks and the erosion of trust’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. 

Supply chain attacks and the erosion of trust

The rise of supply chain attacks has led to an erosion of trust in the security of interconnected systems and third-party vendors. To address this issue, it’s crucial to re-evaluate our trust and prioritise security by implementing best practices. 

Measuring success in a security program requires clear metrics such as incident detection and response time, and overall impact on the organisation’s bottom line. By continuously assessing and optimising security technologies and processes, organisations can reduce the risk of supply chain attacks and build a more secure environment.

  • What are the common vulnerabilities in supply chains that cybercriminals exploit to launch attacks, and how can organisations mitigate these risks?
  • What steps can businesses take to establish trust with their customers and assure them that their sensitive data is safe, especially in light of the recent surge in cyberattacks?
  • How can organisations develop an effective security program that not only detects and responds to threats but also integrates with business operations and adds value to the organisation?

The Boat House

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The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.

Join leaders interested in discussing the state of cybersecurity in the supply chain, threats on the horizon, and how to mitigate or reverse the continuous erosion of trust.

Job titles may include CIO, CTO, CISO, Head/VP/Director of Information Technology, and other senior decision-makers.

Confirmed Attendees:

Chief Information Officer at Seeing Machines
Chief Information Officer at Catholic Education, Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn
Chief Information Security Officer at Department of Finance
Chief Information Security Officer and Principal Compliance Leader at IBM
Head of Cyber Security at University of Canberra
Head of Information Technology at Electro Optic Systems
Director of Digital Products and Services, Design and Technology at NSW Department of Customer Service
Director of Information Warfare at Defence SA
Director at Department of Health and Aged Care
Assistant Director at Department of Health and Aged Care
Data Management Assistant Director at Australian Taxation Office
IT Security Advisor at Optus


12:00 PM Arrival of guests
12:30 PM Welcoming and opening address by The Ortus Club
12:40 PM Short address by Sophos
12:45 PM Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group over lunch
1:45 PM Discussion brought to a close
3:00 PM Coffee, tea, and networking

Hosted by Sophos

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Thursday, November 16, 2023 12:00

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