Privasec is a proud sponsor for the Cyber Resilience Summit NSW 2021 at Dockside Darling Harbour in June. It was an enjoyable event organised by Forefront Events, where the team from Privasec met and learned from senior security and cyber risk professionals in the industry. We heard perspectives from multiple sectors around the theme of improving cyber posture to manage threats. A strong lineup of CISOs and security speakers explored common cross-industry security challenges and potential solutions to safeguard organisations’ integrity, technology and assets. Speaker Jacqueline Jayne, who is the Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4, covered the 7 dimensions of security culture: Attitude, Behaviours, Understanding, Knowledge & Awareness, Communication, Policies, Unwritten Rules of Conduct. The question she left everyone with, was: “Do your people understand why cyber security is everyone’s responsibility ? Do they know that everyone has a critical role to play?”. Some of the other highlights from from the CISOs and industry leaders such as Bradley Busch, Mark Smink, Dave Cowan, Saleshni Saleshni, Wilson Chiu, Daminda Kumara, Ajay Dua, and Dali Kaafar include: The importance of simplifying staff and customer experience with security; How we can lean on our partners and suppliers for scale and availability if an organisation …
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