|5.15pm||AGM, New Member and Long Service Certificates|
|5.35pm||Cyber security presentation by Kate Pearce|
|6.20pm||Networking and refreshments|
Nomination forms are available online and must be lodged by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5pm on Monday 20 November 2017. Late nominations delivered in person by the opening of the AGM at 5pm on Tuesday 21 November 2017 will also be considered.
Kate Pearce is a councilor for InternetNZ,
and a senior security consultant for a Fortune 100 company. She has worked with
clients across the globe on cyber security, helping them secure systems and
organisations at scales from small companies to multinational corporations. She
has undertaken research into the security of network technologies, and novel
offense and defense techniques.
Kate is an organiser of BSides Wellington (http://bsides.nz), an inclusive event for cyber security education. She has become involved with promoting diversity, particularly the involvement of women and LBGTQIA+ people, in internet and computer security spaces.
Cyber Security is becoming ever more relevant and, to many, more frightening. It seems like every day a thing we have come to rely on for life and business cannot be trusted. In such a fast moving and adversarial environment how can a business survive, let alone thrive? Security, like business, is about more than just technology - and so is governance. Both come down to managing people, resources and risk.
In this discussion, Kate will draw out some lessons and insights from unexpected places to have you thinking about business, cyber security, and diversity in a new light.
Andrews on the Terrace
30 The Terrace, Wellington
05:00 pm - 07:00 pm
21 Nov 2017
St Andrews on the Terrace