Insider Breaches: Lunch Briefing with Keith Lowry

  • 17 Jun 2015
  • 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • Boathouse on the Lake, Menindee Drive, BARTON, ACT

Registration

  • Free


The Luncheon is full and registration has closed.  If you have a place reserved or wish to make an inquiry please contact the IFRS Office on  T: 02 6295 1555 or E:  info@ifrs.org.au


In the public eye, data breaches are always the work of external hackers, but around one-third of cybercrime incidents involve insiders. Government agencies and companies must remain ever vigilant against leaks and inadvertent exposure of confidential information. At this lunch, Keith Lowry will discuss:

  • How best practice security policies and processes can minimise the threat of insider breaches and lessons from high profile investigations.
  • Why Australian organisations should consider the joint intelligence centre model developed in US military intelligence to address these threats.
  • Case studies of public - and private - sector organisations in the United States that have used this model to address the threat and take corrective action before breaches became public knowledge.

 
Mr Lowry is Senior Vice President, Business Threat Intelligence and Analysis, NUIX.  He has more than a 25 years of experience with insider threat, counterintelligence, and intelligence collection programs in the United States. Please join members of the IFRS Board  for a luncheon including a presentation and Q&A with Mr Lowry during his visit to Australia.

More info:  Nuix_and_IFRS_Lunch_17_June_2015.pdf


This luncheon is proudly sponsored by NUIX

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