Cyber Security, and the ability to quickly detect, respond and understand security incidents is critical to protecting an organisations information assets. In this session, Paul Black, a Partner in the KPMG Forensic Practice specialising in Technology and Cyber Incident Response will provide his valuable insights into:
- The tools, techniques and processes used by Cyber Criminals
- Social engineering – the people problem
- The real world impact of cybercrime and its impact on Australian business
In addition, Kelly Henny, KPMG Australia’s Head of Data privacy will discuss the key questions executives should be asking in order to tackle the increasing threat of cyber security and what common controls should be embedded throughout organisations.
Date: Tue, 13th November 2018
Location: KPMG Brisbane, L16, 71 Eagle St, Brisbane City QLD
Paul Black is a Partner in the KPMG Forensic Practice, specialising in Technology and Cyber Incident Response. Paul has over 20 years of experience in the investigation of technology related offences, starting his career in the UK Police service where he established and led one of the first Computer Crime Units. Since this time, Paul has specialised in the area of Incident Response and Technology Forensics having led responses for some of the world’s largest organisations.
Kelly Henney is KPMG Australia’s Head of Data Privacy. Kelly is a legal practitioner with over 18 years’ experience across the corporate sector and in Government regulation. Kelly brings a wealth of experience managing privacy risk in complex and sensitive transactions, incident management, conduct and culture.