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Cybersecurity: fighting the asymmetric battle and achieving resilience

Cybersecurity: fighting the asymmetric battle and achieving resilience

Every organization today, regardless of size, faces the daunting task of defending their physical and cyber assets against determined attackers.

These attackers are highly sophisticated, better trained and use more advanced tools than most defenders. Tackling this challenge requires a risk-based approach that encompasses best-practice security hygiene, improved technology to challenge the attackers, a pre-planned response to a breach, and an understanding of the shifting legal and governance landscape. Join us for a morning of local and national cybersecurity leaders presenting emerging trends, actionable insights and effective strategies for fighting this asymmetric battle and starting the journey to cyber-resilience.

Join local and national cybersecurity leaders presenting emerging trends, actionable insights and effective strategies to fight this asymmetric battle and start the journey to cyber-resilience.

Thursday 19 Oct 2017
8.45am (for a 9am start) – 1.00pm (includes morning tea and lunch)

The Precinct Conference Centre
TechInSA Incubator
2 Ann Nelson Drive
Thebarton SA 5031

Registrations essential.

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