As National Security agencies and specialist private sector units come together to discuss current trends and future threats in the ever evolving cyber risk landscape, three distinct hurdles became clear: managing third party risk, the role of AI in Cyber and how we better enable threat intelligence sharing to protect Australia's national interests.
By analysing global government trends, collected from over 6,000 government professionals across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada, this report identifies common areas of concern and success, promoting knowledge exchange and fostering international collaboration in an effort to help build the thriving, citizen-centric governments of tomorrow.
Greg Stanisci, the Senior Manager of Business Intelligence and Data Analytics at York Regional Police in Ontario, highlights how their 'Community Safety Data Portal' fosters transparency by empowering the community with accessible crime data and interactive tools for crime prevention and community engagement.
Suelyn Knight, Executive National Advisor for Race-Based Data Collection at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and Taylor Sayers, Director of Corporate Services at UCCM Anishnaabe Police, emphasize the importance of community welfare, engagement, and effective communication in modern policing. They highlight the need for police officers to be involved in community matters beyond law enforcement and the significance of leadership in fostering positive cultural changes within police organizations.
With mounting media coverage of the crypto crimes and scandals, one might think the crypto ecosystem is riddled with crime. However, though illicit crypto transaction volumes reached all-time highs last year, the share of all crypto activity associated with crime was less than .25% of all transactions. We are breaking down these trends and more in our 2023 Crypto Crime Report. Download your copy now and you’ll get original data, research, and case studies on the most pressing crypto crime topics.
In this GovTalk panel session Government leaders discuss the latest technology to accelerate cyber advancement, leadership in 2023 and beyond, what the focus should be for 2024 and embedding security by design as a core foundation principle. You will hear insights from John O'Driscoll, Leanne Conroy, Sourish Datta and Greg Adamson.
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