Cybersecurity – How to Stay Safe in a Rapidly Changing World

How aware are you of the cyber risks to your business? Join cybersecurity expert David Eaton as he takes a look at ‘supply chain risk’ – the risk posed to an organisation by suppliers who have a degree of trusted access to facilities and IT systems.

Start
24 Nov 2020 08:00am
End
24 Nov 2020 09:00am
Member Cost
$30 + GST
Non-Member Cost
$40 + GST
CPD Points
1
Event Type
Online Event
Course Level
All
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Event Description

How aware are you of the cyber risks to your business? Do you know how to keep your business safe from cyber-attack? Are you aware that your business can pose a cyber risk to your clients? Join cybersecurity expert David Eaton as he takes a look at ‘supply chain risk’ – the risk posed to an organisation by suppliers who have a degree of trusted access to facilities and IT systems. “Increasingly, boards are being asked to shoulder accountability for the overall cybersecurity posture of their organisation with the understanding that this includes suppliers,” says David. “This awareness will flow to the boards of supplier organisations and needs to be factored into their costs of service.” And with the Internet of Things (IoT) increasingly becoming commonplace, David will offer advice on how FMs can keep critical systems, such as building management systems, safe from cyber-attack.

David Eaton, Associate Director, Cybersecurity Services, Datacom Ltd.
David is passionate about helping businesses develop a better cybersecurity and risk posture in a challenging and rapidly changing landscape. In his current role as Associate Director Cybersecurity at Datacom, David is responsible for Datacom’s cybersecurity services across Australia and New Zealand, involving advisory services and cybersecurity operations. He is a Member of the NZ Computer (Cyber) Emergency Response Team (CERT) Advisory Board, and Chair of the NZ Ministerial Cyber Capability Taskforce, formed as part of the New Zealand cyber strategy to create education pathways into the cybersecurity profession in New Zealand.
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FM Summit10
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