In the 2023 Global Top 50 Government Innovators Report we spotlight 50 dedicated and passionate individuals who prioritise citizen centricity. Who strive for innovation in the design and delivery of quality public services. And who, through their work and candour, aim to improve public policy and rekindle public trust.
In this panel session, our government leaders discuss how we can most effectively collaborate to close the cyber security skills gaps, what opportunities the latest iteration of Data Loss Prevention tools offer organisations, and how valuable as a proactive protection strategy against preventing leaks is the gathering of user data and filtering potentially offensive actions to unveil fraud or data exfiltration attempts. Hear insights from Jay Nowitz, Senior Information Security Advisor, Oranga Tamariki, Derek Robson, Chief Information Security Officer, New Zealand Parliament, Peter Booth, Group Manager - Security Services & Performance, Te Whatu Ora.
Join Jordan Heersping, Manager, Threat & Incident Response, CERT NZ in this Keynote presentation as he discusses identifying priority risks in your organisation, reviewing our critical controls against the incidents we have seen over the last 12 months, data and insights we received from reports and international threat feeds, and how and why certain attacks could have been prevented. He concludes with CERT's current key focus and projected future priorities.
In this Government Keynote session, Derek Robson, Chief Information Security Officer, New Zealand Parliament, discusses evolving security threats, identifying cyber-smart investments in emerging tech to future-proof your organisation, why solid privacy is something you should already have in place and the major threat of ransomware where application control and adequate offsite backups will give you good protection.
In this Partner session, James Anderson, Consulting Manager, Mandiant, discusses how gaps in the system give criminals opportunities to attack and access sensitive resources, his learnings gained from breaking into dozens of systems and key insights into the cunning new methods used in successful social engineering attacks.
In this Keynote session, we hear insights from Jamie Knight, Director, Cyber Defence Operations, National Cyber Security Centre, on the current threats facing organisations globally, NCSC's insights into building cyber security resilience, and setting out how the NCSC can provide support when things go wrong.
In this Government Keynote session, Jay Harris, Chief Information Security Officer, Inland Revenue Department, discusses the digitization process for the IRD and their future plans for transformation, key implications and most critical challenges for safely securing business operating in the new digital ecosystem, driving secure network capability to enable individuals and businesses to use a common digital identity across a range of services.
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