The question is how are organisations and governments protecting themselves against what is been defined as the ‘cyber pandemic’?
The coronavirus pandemic has increased our reliance on digital technologies, increasing the threat to cyber security. The coming decade will see increased territorialisation of cyberspace, emerging technologies such as 5G and AI, and both more immediate and longer term impacts of COVID-19, all already having a profound impact on the cyber security, aviation, aerospace and space landscapes.
We invite you to our Cyber Security Webinar focusing on how industries are and will continually transform to protect themselves from the ‘cyber pandemic’.
Questions: A/AA, WA/AA and NGN members have the exclusive opportunity to submit questions before the event. Upon registration you will receive question submission instructions.
How to join A/AA’s Cyber Security Webinar: This event will be accessed via Webex details that will be emailed upon registration. If you need further information please contact us at email@example.com
Webinar Moderator and Chair
/ Adam Burford | Chairman at Aviation/Aerospace Australia
/ Ambassador Tobias Feakin | Australian Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
/ Jeremy Hulse | General Manager Cyber Security at Thales Australia
/ Luigi Sorbello | Director Space and Nuclear at Jacobs Australia
/ Alex Nehmy | Head of Cyber Security at BAE Systems Australia
/ Professor Matthew Warren | Director of the RMIT University Centre for Cyber Security Research & Innovation, Professor of Cyber Security, College of Business and Law at RMIT University