Cyber Security Breakfast Panel 

Join us for a series of panel breakfasts. These events are designed to raise awareness of cyber security risks and build a cyber security culture within your business.

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Hunter Valley Event

12 October 2021 | 7:00 AM



What to expect!

If you cannot attend in person, don’t worry! We have ensured that these events will be accessible so we have made these events both online and in-person, so if you are not able to attend in person you can attend the event virtually.

You will hear from cyber security experts who will share real stories and engage in intimate conversations between the panellists and the audience, sparking varying viewpoints amongst key panellists. Our Guests for the panels have a vast range and experience within the cyber security landscape, including regional, national and global experiences. You will have the opportunity to hear from key experts with the chance to ask direct questions aligning with any burning questions.

After the panel session has closed there will be a brief networking session, followed by a Cyber Canvas workshop, facilitated by cyber experts for business guests to deep dive into their current business assets, associated risks, policies and procedures, roles and responsibilities currently in place. From here we will action how to upskill, respond, governance and the controls and defences all to align within your business.

You will walk away with new cyber security insight and actionable steps in protecting your small business along with having met cyber security experts who can provide individual or group feedback into your business canvas and provide feedback on how you can be best-supported post this event. Cyber Security experts will also have a range of knowledge to share regarding other valuable workshops, team building and further advice or support.

Our Speakers:

  • Dr. Alana Maurushat, is Professor of Cybersecurity and Behaviour at Western Sydney University where she holds a joint position in the School of Computers, Data and Mathematical Sciences, and in the School of Social Sciences. Alana is the Associate Dean International in the SCDMS and is Key Researcher with the CRC Smart Satellites.
  • Chantelle Buultjens is A/g Assistant Director at the Department of Home Affairs. Chantelle is the Cyber Security Outreach Officer for NSW. Her primary role is to support cyber security awareness and behavioural change across small to medium sized enterprises. The Network of Cyber Security Outreach Officers across Australia contribute to a more coordinated, informed, and effective government cyber security strategy.
  • Troy Filipcevic is Founder and CEO of Emergence, an underwriting agency 100% focusing on providing insurance solutions for Cyber risks. Emergence is a market leading provider of cyber solutions and has been credited with changing the market through their approach. 
  • Jed Horner is Head of Government Relations & Advocacy for Stone & Chalk Group, incorporating AustCyber. His focus is on the policy settings for critical and emerging technologies that enable companies to scale sustainably and securely.
  • Hector Lucenti, founder of the Beach Geek is an Information Technology Guru that has lifted his own business from the ground up in a little under 4 years.  He has worked in various roles around the world from Tech Support to Technology Infrastructure Manager, Project Manager and System & Process Designer.

Cost: $50 per person includes breakfast + interaction opportunities with panelists + canvas workshop

Online cost: $10 per person includes + interaction opportunities with panelists + canvas workshop

Limited spots available! 

There are limited spots available so make sure you get in quick and purchase your tickets, these events are not to be missed! 

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