Cyber Security Part 2: Operating in the New Normal

Main Virtual Event: 8th September 2020
Government Focus Day: 9th September 2020
9:20 am - 1:00 pm (AEST) | Free to Attend

Virtual Summit Day Two: 9 September 2020

9:20 am - 9:30 am Opening Remarks

9:30 am - 10:00 am Digitising identity - opportunities and challenges for a cyber-secure customer journey

Darren Bark - Director of Strategic Priorities and Identity, NSW Police Force
  • Balancing privacy and public expectations about digital security while tailoring the customer digital experience. 
  • Ensuring trust and customer satisfaction in government digital products that are sustainable and accessible for everyone. 
  • Facilitating a smooth and secure interaction with government that instills trust and security
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Darren Bark

Director of Strategic Priorities and Identity
NSW Police Force

10:00 am - 10:30 am Virtual Discussion: Developing a Robust Cyber Workforce in an Evolving Digital Landscape with Darren Bark & Darren Kane

Darren Kane - Chief Security Officer, NBNCo
Darren Bark - Director of Strategic Priorities and Identity, NSW Police Force

There is no denying that in recent months, cyber security has become a leading priority for government sector agencies and departments. This has included a huge investment in the cyber security space, and the necessity for leaders to collaborate across field in order to innovate new strategies to combat in-coming and potential cyber threats. This has required organisations to expand and educate their workforce to become more cyber literate, in order to implement and engage with cyber security initiatives. Darren Bark from NSW Police Force & Darren Kane from nbn Australia, will be coming together for a discussion on how they both worked alongside their teams to develop a robust cyber workforce in the very evolving digital landscape of 2020. 

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Darren Kane

Chief Security Officer
NBNCo

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Darren Bark

Director of Strategic Priorities and Identity
NSW Police Force

10:30 am - 10:40 am Closing Remarks