Panelist: Chris is security services manager at New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA). He is an information/cybersecurity specialist with an interest in cyber-enabled crime and social engineering. He has 20 years’ experience in both small start-ups and large corporates, delivering significant business benefits through the adoption and integration of digital technologies.
As a qualified journalist, project manager and information security professional (CISSP, CISM), Chris combines hands-on technical knowledge with a passion for communicating about risk management and security issues in plain English. Chris’s key skills include cybersecurity frameworks and controls (NIST/ISO/NZISM/PSR/CIS CSC), threat modelling, incident triage and response, standards-based secure web development, enterprise content management systems, ecommerce, digital project management (PRINCE2 and Agile) and accessibility and usability testing.
Cyber threats continue to evolve as fast as technology changes and it is now difficult to find an industry sector, technology or organisation that is immune to cyber risks.
Because cyber means are being used to achieve an increasing array of nefarious outcomes all over the world, it is important to understand how you might mitigate the complexity of converged security within physical and digital infrastructure.
In this panel discussion hosted by Optic Security Group, cybersecurity industry experts will provide practical steps for how to secure critical infrastructure, which is increasingly reliant on systems and technology.