Security Exhibition and Conference 15 – 17 July 2015

Senetas CTO, Julian Fay, presents “From Cyber-threat to Cyber-terrorism – Essential Practices in an Insecure World,”

What will it take for businesses and government agencies to act!?

Even with the unprecedented attack that left millions of US federal employees’ personal information vulnerable and breaches at major companies like Sony and JP Morgan, it seems many organisations still have not gotten the message. The traditional walls and moats that organisations have constructed to protect their data are failing in the face of increasingly complex, targeted and numerous cyberattacks – yet they still don’t encrypt their most sensitive information.

As data volumes, data networks and the demand for network bandwidth grow exponentially; so too are the incidences of major cyber-attacks and cyber-threats, and with the response we’ve seen in the wake of the recent US federal agency breach, customers and stakeholders are now demanding that organisations wake up and take notice by ensuring their data is protected in the event of a breach.

Join Senetas’ CTO Julian Fay and other leading security experts at the Security Exhibition and Conference 2015. Hosted by the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL), the two day paid program is designed to challenge your thinking on security issues with insights and analysis on the topics shaping the future of the security industry.

In his presentation, “From Cyber-threat to Cyber-terrorism – Essential Practices in an Insecure World,” Julian will discuss why governments and commercial organisations must think and act differently when it comes to protecting what is most important to them, their employees and stakeholders and why they must operate under the belief that a data breach is inevitable.

Attendees will gain an understanding of the essential criteria they must consider when evaluating network data encryption solutions and the steps they can take to begin designing an information security infrastructure that can ensure their IP, and the data of their employees, stakeholders and customers is protected in the event of a data breach.

And for more information about the Security Exhibition and Conference 2015 and to book your Conference Pass, please visit their website