ALL INDUSTRY ALL IN
Theatrette Room, Central Park Convention Centre, Hay & William Street, Perth
(Venue courtesy of Rio Tinto)
Perth, get ready for the BIG LAUNCH. Cyber Riskers are now in town! Cyber Risk Meetups was originally founded in Sydney, and grew exponentially across the different states in the last 2 years. Every single Cyber Risk Meetups have always been sold out and full house with 120 to 140 attendees. For our inaugural launch, we have 100 tickets to give away. We are proud to be part of the WA CyberWeek. RSVP now for an exciting evening as we explore being 'In a State of Big Challenges', All Industry All In - IoT & Critical Infrastructure Protection.
November 19, 2018, Monday
6.00 p.m to 6.45 p.m
Dinner & Drinks
6.45 p.m to 6:50 p.m
6.50 p.m to 7.40 p.m
Hear from your Industry Speakers on
IoT & Critical Infrastructure Protection
7.40 p.m to 8.10 p.m
8.10 p.m to 9 p.m
Closing, Networking & Drinks
Chief Information Security Officer, WA Police
Information Security Manager,
Joint Cyber Security Centre,
Cyber Security Lead,
The University of Western Australia
Join the group
Professor Craig Valli
ECU Security Research Institute
Cyber Risk Meetup
Hai Tran is the Chief Information Security Officer for WA Police. His information security expertise extends across range of industry sectors including higher education, telecommunications, technology, state and federal government.
Jeff Campbell is the Information Security Manager at Horizon Power. Jeff has more than 20 years’ experience in Information Security having worked in both private and government organisations in Education, Finance and Utilities sectors.
Having focused on developing and implementing information security programs and controls, Jeff is tasked with enabling Horizon to capitalise on IoT opportunities while maintaining the core security basics of confidentiality, Integrity and availability.
As Horizon moves into the microgrids space, Jeff's main focus will be to ensure that the security architecture that supports these services provides safer and more reliable automation infrastructures.
Peter Morris has worked in the field of Information Technology for 40 years, from mainframes to micros. In this time he has worked in oil and gas exploration, state government and private industry as a Technical Account Manager, network architect, security consultant, Senior Project Manager , IT Manager and Director and Marketing Director in Asia and the Middle East for national and international organisations. Peter currently works as the Assistant-Director of the Joint Cyber Security Centre in the Perth ACSC Node.
Chad Madaffari is the Cyber Security Lead for Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy and Fertilisers (WesCEF). Chad has over 14 years’ experience in the IT industry mostly within enterprise infrastructure environments and has now been leading the WesCEF security program for the last 2 years. Prior to leading the security program, Chad was a highly successful network engineer with a passion for network and system security.
Josh Qwek is the Cyber Security Architect for the University of Western Australia. He is passionate about using technology as a differentiator in solving complex organisational challenges, and is a believer that people is the heart of every technology solution.
Professor Craig Valli has over 30 years experience in the ICT Industry and consults to industry and government on cyber security and digital forensics matters. Along with being Director of the ECU Security Research Institute, he is a Professor of Digital Forensics, a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society, currently holds the position of acting research director for the CyberSecurityCRC. Craig is a member of the High Tech Crime Investigators Association (Australian Chapter) and the INTERPOL Cyber Crime Experts Group.
Red Piranha is an Australian enterprise that engineers and manufactures advanced security products for Managed Service Providers (MSP) and enterprises to give them an advantage in fighting off cyber-crime, intrusion attempts and in securing their data to meet modern compliance requirements.
Our crown jewel, Crystal Eye, is a unified threat management platform designed to be easy enough for enterprises to use and powerful enough for MSPs to see as a major game-changer when compared against the top products in the industry. Website
GHD is an established trusted organisation that has real strengths and understanding in the delivery of engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. We operate in an environment where the power of technology is advancing at an astonishing rate. Regardless of business size or industry, digital transformation is vital.
GHD’s digital arm, GHD Digital, was set up to help our clients’ future-proof their businesses, with a service offering covering the entire transformation lifecycle. We help our clients to redefine their digital futures through new customer engagement models, products, business models, work definitions and organisational structures.
Our digital services include cybersecurity and risk, digital strategy and transformation, smart technology services, digital innovation and data and analytics. Website
Kinetic IT is a leading Australian technology services business, specialising in Managed ICT Services, Service Integration and Management, Digital Transformation and Cyber Security. They have a team of over 1,100 talented crew working across our four national hubs in Western Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. They’re focused on delivering high quality, outcome-driven services to large and complex IT environments across Australia’s corporate, resources, utilities, government and transport sectors. Website
Privasec is a leading provider of Cyber Security Services to Government, Financial Services, Retail, IT, Health, Entertainment and Not-for-Profit sectors. Privasec GRC are the specialists in Governance, Risk and Compliance including ISO 27001, IRAP Assessments and PCI DSS. Privasec RED are leaders in Red Team Attack simulations, Physical Intrusions, Theft simulations, Open Source Intelligence Gathering (OSINT), Social Engineering, Phishing and Drone Security. We believe in partnering with our customers and building long-lasting relationships, integrity and care. We build our success on trust and are completely vendor agnostic. We hold numerous accreditation and are ISO27001:2013 certified. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland, we are on several State and Federal Government panels. More about Privasec: Website