Official Summit Opening

Welcome from Strategic Sponsor: Richard Watson – Lead Partner APAC Cyber, Advisory, EY

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  • Michael Clifton – Executive Director, International Operations, Austrade Sydney

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Keynote Speaker – The secrets to effective teams

Dominic Price will share a story from lessons learnt working with over 1000 teams of all shapes and sizes, and discovering what will make us more effective in the future of team work.

Join Dominic to find out:

  • what we need to unlearn
  • what we can use that already exists
  • what’s changing around us
Panel Discussion – Business perspectives on utilising the existing Fintech ecosystem to support the cyber security ecosystem

Moderator: Craig Davies – CEO, AustCyber

Panel members:

Morning Tea
Intersecting fintech and cyber security technologies – Commercial applications of technological advancements

This talk will focus on how to seed a deep-tech-driven industry.

Q&A: Showcasing fintech and cyber security solutions

Moderator: Michelle Price – COO, AustCyber

Panel Members:

Live Demonstration Series: Hacking for Offence and Defence

This series of live hacking demonstrations will teach you how to use a variety of hacking techniques for both offence and defence. Covering areas such as Spear Phishing Campaign, hacking your systems via web application vulnerabilities and flipping the tables by hacking the hackers.

  • Ty Miller – Director, Threat Intelligence
Panel Discussion – Assessing the investment gap between fintech and cyber security

Moderator: Larry Lopez – Director, Accelerating Commercialisation
Panel members:

Keynote Speaker – The U.S. NCCoE: A resource for Australian financial institutions
  • Irving Lachow – Director, International Cyber Mitre Corporation, USA

The U.S. National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) was established to develop and disseminate innovative industry solutions to significant cyber security challenges, including a key focus on financial services.

In this keynote presentation, learn about the resources available to Australian financial institutions from the NCCoE and gain an overview of the NCCoE’s operating mode.

Afternoon Tea
Live Debate – What are the implications for cyber security as we move to open API integration and open data?

Moderator: Anthony Robinson, Partner, Financial Services, Cyber Security, EY

Keynote speaker – Towards mutual responsibility

We are faced with one of the most complex challenges of our time. Government and Industry share these collective risks. This talk will explore what the new regulatory environment means for procurement and how we can approach security with innovation and convenience.

Closing remarks

Please join us for drinks at the conclusion of the Summit.

Please note program and timings subject to change.