Roundtable Dinner on Security Incident and Response (AEDT)
Join us for a a Roundtable Dinner on Security Incident Detection and Response, which we are running between 5.30 pm and 8.00 pm on Wednesday 27 October 2021 in the famous cellar at Malt Dining in Brisbane.
Operating under the Chatham House Rule, we will start by scoping the current level of cyber risk, which will be a shared process where you will benefit from the combined experience of the other attendees.
We will then dive in the anatomy of a recent cyber-attack and step you through the details of the counter response, including the crucial lessons that were learned. We can’t reveal the company name in an email, but we will in the privacy of the event. You will have heard of them.
The case study will inevitably spark numerous questions, starting with:
> How do you know that you’re not vulnerable?
> What do you do first, when you “get the call”?
As with all our roundtables, you will get the most value from the open discussion with your peers, on a growing problem. The latest ACSC report shows they responded to 1,630 cybersecurity incidents in 2020-21, or an average of 31 cybersecurity incidents a week !
How to Register
If you would like to join the discussion, please note that if you do register, your company name will be shared with other delegates and potential delegates. This is to help us create the most useful discussion possible.
Not Ready for a Face-to-Face Event?
If you are interested in this topic but are not yet ready to participate in a physical, face-to-face event, then please click here to register your interest in attending a virtual event.