The Future of a Safe Digital Economy

The Future of a Safe Digital Economy
Join AmCham and Fastlane for this breakfast event where Australia’s top CyberSec industry leaders will delve into how Cyber Security innovations are critical to the future of a safe Digital Economy. Cyber Security is an exciting new area of the Digital Economy and is attracting more and more attention from the top echelons of Business, IT, and Investment. For many of us, it is also becoming an unavoidable part of daily life. The panel will share their global insights into the Cyber Security challenges present in Digital Economies, their experience with resolving some of these, and the importance of driving innovation within the Cyber Security domain itself.

The Future of a Safe Digital Economy

Australia's Cyber Security Industry Leaders

  

 



Join AmCham and Fastlane for this breakfast event where Australia’s top CyberSec industry leaders will delve into why Cyber Security innovations are critical to the future of a safe digital economy.


Cyber Security is an exciting new area of the Digital Economy and is attracting more and more attention from the top echelons of Business, IT, and Investment. For many of us, it is also becoming an unavoidable part of daily life. The panel will share their global insights into the Cyber Security challenges present in Digital Economies, their experience with resolving some of these, and the importance of driving innovation within the Cyber Security domain itself.


Robert Morrish, Chief Executive Officer, Haventec
Robert Morrish directs and drives the growth of Haventec from a technological, product and commercialisation perspective. Robert is committed to guiding the business to global commercial success. Robert’s long history of leadership in software and systems engineering, business strategy and enterprise architecture made him the ideal candidate for the chief executive position at Haventec.

Rod Vawdrey, Group Chief Executive Officer, Nuix
With nearly 40 years' international corporate and government experience as an executive leader in technology products and services, Rod leads Nuix's drive to become a global leader in solutions for enterprise risk management, compliance and security. He previously served as Nuix's Chief Operating Officer and head of Asia Pacific Sales. Prior to joining Nuix, he was Corporate Senior Vice President and President of Fujitsu Limited Global Business Group.

Den Burykin, Managing Partner, Director, Fastlane Solutions
Den is a well-recognised professional with 20 years of experience in the business and technical communities in Australia and abroad. Den previously served as head of analytical department in a share-trading company, an IPO consultant, a CIO in tobacco industry, an executive in Game Development industry and later as a management consultant in Financial Services, Telco and Liquor industries in Australia. Den is now leading Fastlane Solutions, a new type of professional services organisation focused on lifting productivity and efficiency through combination of Agile Management and Technical Excellence. Fastlane have assisted many Australian and international organisations with complex program delivery, cost reduction, stakeholder relationship management, risk and compliance, and a broad range of other advisory activities. 

Stephenie Andal, National Network Project Officer, AustCyber (the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network Ltd)
Prior to joining AustCyber, Stephenie was a doctoral researcher in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney, where her PhD focused on Chinese cyber security policies, foreign policy and digital politics in the Asia-Pacific. At AustCyber, Stephenie is passionate about growing the cyber security sector in Australia and abroad. Stephenie holds a PhD from the University of Sydney, a Master’s degree from the University of Oxford, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Calgary.

 

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When
11/09/2018 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Where
CBD Venue Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA

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Tuesday, 11 September 2018

 
Time
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
11/09/2018 7:30 AM

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