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Professional Networking Events

Wellington Networking Forum

Date 
25 June 2021
Time
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Venue
KPMG
Level 9, 10 Customhouse Quay
Wellington

Due to Wellington moving to Covid Alert Level 2, this event has been postponed. Further details will follow shortly.


IIA NZ Session - 12 noon

Why We Aren't Getting Better at Cyber Security (and what to do about it)

Presenter: Philip Whitmore, KPMG Cyber Security Partner

While we are improving when it comes to security risk management, most New Zealand organisations do not have a security risk management process, or if they do, it is focused on individual systems.

Philip will discuss where we are now and where we need to get to, including a method to quickly address critical controls to proactively protect your workforce and organisation.

Light refreshments will be served at approximately 12.45pm, followed by the ISACA session.

ISACA Session - starting 1.05pm - 1.10pm

10 Years - Reflections on New Zealand

Presenter: Bruce Edwards, Immediate Past President ISACA

Bruce moved to New Zealand from a large University CISO role and immediately started working in the New Zealand health sector (doing audit and assurance work including IT) for about 5 ½ years. After that he focused on IT and Information Security with Audit New Zealand for another 5+ years. Since he is moving back to the U.S., the board thought it would be good to hear the good, the bad and the ugly regarding these areas and New Zealand InfoSec/IT and InfoSec practice and assurance in what is expected to be the last Wellington ISACA meeting he attends before flying out.

Bruce will also share towards the end of the discussion, an example of his real world experience with an IoT device and lack of user ability to control (glaring security hole anyone?). He confirmed his suspicions (based on the behaviour of the suspect device) with last month's speaker (the Chief Security Architect at Vodafone New Zealand).


For catering purposes, please register by Tuesday 22 June.

As advised, the registration fee for the Forum has increased.

Please note if you are unwell, have had contact with someone who is unwell, or are awaiting the results of a COVID test, we ask that you do not attend in person.

Thank you to KPMG for hosting the event.

Prices
IIA NZ & ISACA Members
$21.74
Non-members
$30.43
Note
All prices exclude GST
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