Program

10:00am
Registration/Morning Tea
10:30am
Welcome – Setting the scene

MC: Charles Nightingale – CEO, Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce (AICC)

11:00am
Why is 2016 going to be a breakout year for startups in security?

Global cyber security trends expert, Richard Stiennon, will give us an insight into what the future looks like and why it is so important that enterprises understand more about the future scenarios and the possible solutions. Richard will also consider how fintech will drive cyber security.

11:30am
Why is collaboration the future of cyber security for fintech?
  • Ron Moritz – Founding Partner, TrueBit Cyber Partners | Cybersecurity Venture Partner, OurCrowd
12:00pm
Beyond the Password

Is the password dead? How do we establish trust in a zero trust world? How do we protect ourselves while maintaining customer experience and convenience? Our speakers will consider the future of identity protection as disruptive technologies are embraced.

A panel discussion moderated by Jan Zeilinga, Director, KPMG First Point Global

  • Ted Egan – VP Asia Pacific, Threatmetrix
  • Dr Dali Kaafar – Research Group Leader, Networks Group, Data61
  • Cindy Nicholson – Associate Director, Financial Services Industry Lead, Asia Pacific, Optus Business
  • Tony Smales – CEO, Forticode
12:40pm
Networking Lunch

MC: Daniella Traino – Lead – Cyber Security, Business Development and Innovation, Data61

1:20pm
Phishing Demo
  • Ty Miller – Director, Threat Intelligence
1:35pm
The Blind Side

What are the emerging solutions to deal with the known unknowns and the unknown unknowns?

Followed by a panel discussion led by Stuart Mort, Director Cyber Security Strategic Accounts, Optus Business, with:

  • Dmitri Alperovitch – Co-founder & CTO, CrowdStrike
  • Sean Duca – VP, Regional CSO – Asia Pacific, Palo Alto Networks
  • Dr Ben Rubinstein – Senior Lecturer, Department of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne
2:30pm
What is the impact of disruptive technologies on fintech cyber security innovation?
3:00pm
Innovating @ speed

Why will fintech organisations take the lead in developing cyber security capability? How do you collaborate to innovate at speed?

Followed by a discussion led by Malcolm Thornton, ‎Head of Investment ANZ, Cisco

3:40pm
Afternoon Tea

MC: Gordon Archibald – Partner, Cyber KPMG Australia

4:10pm
Collaboration Journeys

Our speakers will take us through their journeys and outline the role collaboration has played to get them to where they are.

4:40pm
Future Scaping

What does the future hold?

A panel discussion led by Gary Hale, Director, Cyber Security and Innovation, Security and Trust Organisation (STO), Cisco MAICD, AFAIM:

5:30pm
The road ahead
5:40pm
Networking Drinks

Please note times are all approximate at this stage. Program is subject to change.