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In the last year, Australia's federal government agencies have intensified their efforts to confront the ever-growing challenges of cybersecurity. With the digital landscape continually evolving, these agencies have adapted their strategies to stay ahead of emerging threats and protect the nation's digital infrastructure.
Securing government agencies in Western Australia poses unique challenges in the realm of cybersecurity. One major challenge is the sheer diversity of information held by these agencies, ranging from citizen records to critical infrastructure details. Safeguarding this wide array of data demands robust measures that can adapt to evolving cyber threats.
In this Welcome session we hear insights from Sam Mod, Partner, Co-lead, EY Design Studio Canada and John Bethel, Partner, Leader, National Healthcare Practice, EY on the role of digital and data transformation in government and the 8 trends in government's new role of change: Leveraging tech transformation to manage fiscal pressure Modernizing and integrating disparate IT Data centricity Increasing citizen trust and data sharing Digital equity Digital skills and organisational culture Cyber security New tech Ie. Metaverse
At our Public Sector Innovation Show - Alberta, we had the chance to talk to Rachel Melnychuk, Executive Director, Business Intelligence, Justice, from the Ministry of Public Safety & Emergency Services about how the justice system uses data, securing data, and machine learning algorithms that can drive citizen experiences.
In this GovTalks Fireside Chat session, our government leaders discuss why trust, transparency and ethical considerations are important in digital government in relation to privacy, security and ethical practices, the challenges faced in ensuring privacy protection, cyber security and ethical practices in the digital transformation of government services and the strategies to address these challenges and foster public trust and confidence and how government entities can proactively address privacy, security and ethical concerns to promote transparency, accountability and stronger relationships with citizens in the digital era. Hear insights from Diane McLeod, Information & Privacy Commissioner, Office of the Information & …
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