• Bill Robson
    Bill Robson
    Head of Cyber Security, Volt Bank

    Bill started his security career started as an “Ethical Hacker”, with a company hired by the British government.

    Following a move to Australia in 2004, Bill then gained widespread security experience working with PwC, Deloitte, e-sentinel, IPSec, blueApache, CQR and now at Volt Bank.

    On a personal level, Bill used to sail the Olympic 49s class and has competed in the Sydney Harbour Yacht Race. For more about Bill, go to LinkedIn: ttps://www.linkedin.com/in/infosecbill/

  • Julian Challingsworth
    Julian Challingsworth
    Co-CEO, Pure Security
Bistro Guillaume Sydney


Bistro Guillaume Sydney
259 George Street, Sydney 2000

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26 Sep 2019


12:00 pm - 2:00 pm



Round-Table: Threat Hunting (Sydney)

Why attend?

At this event, you will get the most value from the opportunity to discuss common problems with your peers so there will be no PowerPoint or formal presentations.

The primary focus of this event will be to explore the best techniques to proactively seek out and isolate advanced threats that have successfully evaded your “preventative” security solutions and are present on your network.

The Round Table will be facilitated by Bill Robson, Head of Cyber Security at Volt Bank and Julian Challingsworth, CEO at Tesserent. The role of the facilitators is to guide the conversation in what ever direction is of most interest to the group.

Some of the key questions that are likely to be discussed include:

>  The business case for a formal threat hunting program
>  What triggers to use to justify the launch of a threat hunt (security alert, risk assessment, penetration test, external intelligence, anomalous activity, etc.)
>  How to combine security tools, analytics, machine learning and threat intelligence with human analysis and instinct to identify latent and real threats, more quickly

To ensure an open, single conversation where you learn from the experience of others in a collaborative environment, there are only 14 places available.

Attending this lunch will help you develop a threat hunting process to seek out adversaries before they can successfully execute an attack.

It’s all about the discussion

If you would like to join the discussion, then you can register now. Please note that if you do register, then your name, title, company as you have published on LinkedIn will be shared with other delegates and potential delegates. This is to help us create the most useful discussion possible.