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Women in Security Conference & Awards: Photo Booth

Women in Security Conference & Awards: Photo Booth

Check out the beautiful & crazy pictures from the 3rd of September 2019 Women in Security Conference & Awards Ceremony.

Security Leader: Simon Howe, LogRhythm

Security Leader: Simon Howe, LogRhythm

For this reason, we have to get better at ensuring that security is part of the board-level discussion and planning about having the best way to protect the business.

Security Leader: Jason Duerden, Blackberry Cylance

Security Leader: Jason Duerden, Blackberry Cylance

Rather than asking, “Could we?”, the question development teams should be asking is, “Should we?”

Security Leader: Graham Sowden, Okta

Security Leader: Graham Sowden, Okta

If IT leaders are able to demonstrate how user-friendly security solutions will increase productivity, reduce costs and ultimately mitigate risks, they will be able to build a viable business case for the board.

Women in Security Conference & Awards to debut in Melbourne on 3 September

Women in Security Conference & Awards to debut in Melbourne on 3 September

Saudi Arabian cybersecurity specialist and women’s rights activist Manal al-Sharif, who was imprisoned by authorities after daring to drive a car, will deliver the keynote speech at a groundbreaking conference and awards ceremony...

Security executives on the move and in the news

Security executives on the move and in the news

Find up-to-date news of CSO, CISO and other senior security executive appointments.

Security Champion  : Annelies Moens, Privcore

Security Champion : Annelies Moens, Privcore

Annelies has been nominated for the Security Champion award.

The One to Watch: Mehrnaz Akbari, NBN

Mehrnaz has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Susie Jones, Cynch Security

Susie has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Vivienne Mutembwa, Privasec

The One to Watch: Vivienne Mutembwa, Privasec

Vivienne has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Phoebe Whelan, AGL

The One to Watch: Phoebe Whelan, AGL

Phoebe has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Rachel Brennan, Woodside Energy

Rachel has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Sabina Bertuzzi, PwC Australia

Sabina has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Rania Bilal, Australian Signals Directorate

The One to Watch: Rania Bilal, Australian Signals Directorate

Rania has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Zoey Young, Trace Labs

Zoey has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Morgaine Timms, Grey Skull Security

Morgaine has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Toni James, Lateral Security

Toni has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Mathangi Shanmugam, Verizon

Mathangi has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

The One to Watch: Melanie Ninovic, Mandiant

Melanie has been nominated for The One to Watch award.

IT Security Barrier Breaker: Anne Garlick, Westpac

Anne has been nominated for the IT Security Barrier Breaker award.

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