Cyber Security Forum – Business Breakfast
Tuesday 27 March 2018 – 7:00 am to 9:30 am
Canberra Business Chamber is delighted to invite you to our first Cyber Security Forum for a panel discussion with two internationally recognised experts in this fast-growing industry.
Join the conversation on:
- How does cyber security underpin the economy?
- What is the threat and how can this impact on your business?
- How can you play your part in keeping Australia and Canberra safe from Cyber Crime?
- Is your business a weak link in the cyber hygiene supply chain?
- Learn how Canberra can build on its credentials in cyber and grow our cyber industry and economy.
- What are the barriers to positive industry growth?
Michelle Price is the Chief Operating Officer with AustCyber (the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network). She is passionate about Australia’s cyber security sector enabling all Australian organisations to grow and take advantage of the cyber world. She is also a strong advocate for increasing diversity in the cyber security workforce and helping people be inspired by the possibilities of cyber innovation. Prior to joining the ACSGN Michelle was instrumental to the delivery of the Australian Government’s 2015 Cyber Security Review and Cyber Security Strategy and was the first Senior Advisor for Cyber Security at the National Security College within the ANU.
Vikram Sharma is the Founder and CEO of QuintessenceLabs. Recognising the potential of quantum cyber security in the early 2000s while in California, Vikram sought to commercialise the technology, returning to the ANU to work with the Quantum Optics Group. QuintessenceLabs emerged from the award-winning research conducted by the group. This Canberra based, internationally renowned company is today positioned at the forefront of the cyber security sector – partnering with customers in identifying and addressing enterprise level data security risks and bringing quantum solutions for key generation, management and distribution to give a deeper control of data for today and beyond. Vikram is also a Board Director of the Canberra Business Chamber.
Cost: $75 – $95