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WEBINAR - The importance of architectures and best practice in cyber security

    

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The importance of architectures and best practice in cyber security
31 October 2022 - 12:00pm-1:00pm (AEDT)

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This presentation will discuss the importance of cyber security architectures and best practices for Cyber security, followed by an open discussion and interactive attendee session with two speakers about how organisations are building cyber resilience.

About the speaker 

Alex Tilley
Head of Intelligence, APAC Secureworks
Alex is a highly awarded cybercrime intelligence specialist with a long history in Banking and Federal Law Enforcement. With well over 20 years of experience in computer security and cybercrime, Alex Tilley is a highly awarded cybercrime researcher. Alex was at the forefront of research and countermeasures when phishing and malware first began to attack banking platforms and their customers. With that background, Alex became the Australian Federal Police’s senior cyber crime technical analyst, where he combined his technical background with an analytical approach to the “who” and “why” of the cybercrime fight. This work resulted in many successful investigations in the cybercrime and child protection space.

Jerry Vochteloo
Field CISO, Data Protection Solution, APJ
Jerry currently works for Dell Technologies, helping customers and partners across APJ address data protection challenges. With the current threat landscape and regulatory pressures across the globe, Jerry has a focus on cyber resilience and recovery. Jerry has more than 20 years’ experience in working with large, tier-one customers. Jerry is a regular speaker and panellist and has contributed to events including AWS Summits, Cyber Security round tables, vForum, Storage and Networking World and numerous other trade and vendor conferences.

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