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Cyber Security: What should good Directors do?

posted 14 Mar 2017, 20:38 by Mukesh Kesharwani   [ updated 14 Mar 2017, 23:50 ]
With growing media attention to security breaches and growing compliance requirements, it is not difficult to get security on the board agenda or on the senior leadership meetings. However, is security on the agenda for the right reasons and in the right way? Do business executives perceive security as a business enabler, or just a compliance burden / cost of doing business?  
 
Paras Shah will discuss his practical experiences (both successful and unsuccessful)  while elevating security as a business issue, including:
 
The required shift in thinking.
Popular theories and practices for security governance and risk management.
the role of organisational change enablement and using it to your advantage.
Contemporary techniques and tools that might help.

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Paras has over sixteen years’ experience in business and technology consulting. He has offered consulting and advisory services to a wide ranging commercial, public sector, educational and not-for-profit organisations to solve business and technology problems in areas such as Business and IT strategic planning, Risk management, Governance, IT capability maturity assessment, Management systems, Information  security, Privacy, Business continuity, and Process improvements.
 
Paras is a Certified Trainer and Certification Assessor for Management Systems Certifications including ISO27001 (Information Security), ISO9001 (Quality), ISO20000 (IT Service Management), and ISO22301 (Business Continuity). He’s also accredited trainer for COBIT5 (Foundation, Assessor and Implementation) and Organisation Change Management (Foundation and Practitioner) trainings. 
Some of his recent involvements include:
·        President, ISACA Sydney Chapter (2014-2016)
·        ISACA Framework Committee Member (2012-2015)
·        Member of Standards Australia’s Security Techniques Sub-committee ‘IT-012-4’, responsible for ISO 27000 family of standard and other.
 


Venue:
Function Room
Level 6, Dimension Data, 121-127 Harrington Street
The Rocks, Sydney, NSW 2000
 
Date:
29th of March  | Start time: 5.30pm | End time: 7.30pm
 
Please stay back for networking and refreshments. Thank you to our sponsors Dimension Data.

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