Webinar: Stay connected and secure

Managing your cyber risk in the ‘new normal’

Post-COVID-19, organisations need to navigate the IT implications for the phased approach to office-returning staff, while balancing the needs of remote and hybrid staff.

Duration: 45 minutes

Hear from our experts

Listen to our webinar from 15 July where we discussed why in this ‘new normal’, and cyber security remains more important than ever.

Security considerations during the phased return to office;

How to manage connectivity for remote, hybrid and office users, ensuring they are secure and stay connected;

How to ensure your organisations meet their governance, privacy and compliance requirements post COVID-19.

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Featured speakers

Cate Furniss

Security Specialist, Telstra Enterprise

Cate has 17 years’ experience in the IT industry across verticals such as: operations, service, enterprise sales & solution sales working for multinationals during her career. She currently holds a role as a Hybrid Platforms & Security Specialist in Solution Sales for Telstra Enterprise. Cate is an energetic & bubbly individual whose focus is on delivering the best outcome for her customers. Her varied experience across the industry has enabled her to have broad and relevant conversations with her customers about their Cloud & Security challenges across their businesses. Cate is a cyber security advocate, a technology enthusiast and self-proclaimed social butterfly. She lists snowboarding & fitness as some her leisure activities & expresses a deep passion for promoting and encouraging diversity within the IT&T sector.

Kate Healy

Principal Cyber Security Strategist, Telstra Enterprise

Kate works with the CISO's of Australia's largest organisations, providing advice on how to take advantage of the latest solutions and innovations to help protect their businesses from cyber threats. Kate is a passionate cyber security advocate who believes in educating the business community in the importance of cyber security with pragmatic risk consideration. Kate brings to Telstra more than two decades of global experience in some of the world's largest FSI's, airline and tech companies and is a Fellow of the Australian Information Security Association.

John Powell

Principal Security Consultant, Telstra Purple

John is a business focussed information security consultant with an array of skills and experience that cover areas including governance, risk, documentation, design, implementation and administration. His time in the ICT sector has spanned more than 30 years working at both technical and leadership levels across compute, storage, network and security domains. In recent years, John has been using this breadth and depth of Information Systems experience to provide security and business consulting services to Telstra Purple customers. He is currently the Security Principal for Telstra Purple in Queensland and oversees the development and delivery of security services to Queensland customers. John is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a non-executive director of CREST ANZ and the Australian National Cyber Institute. His vision is to apply cyber security risk knowledge and experience in boardrooms as both a director and an advisor.

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