Ahead of Cyber Security for the Public Sector 2018, we chat to Sherry Rumbolt, Senior Information Security Officer at the National Department of Defence, Canada who discusses:
- The necessary processes needed for a strong cyber defence capability
- Educating staff to enable proactive cyber solutions for the future
- The importance of incident reporting to create an optimal risk culture in cyber security
Ahead of Cyber Security for the Public Sector 2018, we look at Australia’s cyber security landscape and explore recommendations from top organisations regarding the best methods to strengthen an organisations cyber defence such as:
• Anticipating your adversaries to pre-emptively develop defensive solutions
• Patching applications and operating systems to ensure all exploitable loopholes are covered
• Backing up your data to ensure quick returns to business as usual in the aftermath of a cyber attack
Ahead of Cyber Security for Public Sector 2018 we catch up with Marco Figueroa, CISO at the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation NSW, Sherry Rumbolt, Senior IM/IT Security Officer, Department National Defence, Canada and Matthew Sirotech, Manager of Governance, Security and Risk at Family and Community Services (FACS) NSW about ensuring a defensible cyber security capability.
Read the article to learn more about:
- Creating standardised forms of processes and operations to lessen cyber security risk
- Providing regular simulations for employees to practice mitigating cyber attacks
- Support and educate your employees on cyber security to reduce potential risks
The 8th Annual Cyber Security for the Public Sector Summit in Sydney, NSW is one of the most focused and insightful cyber security events for public sector organisations in Australia.
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