Jason Anderson


Head of Information Security
QSuper


3:50 PM QSuper Case Study: Ensuring Business Ownership Of Security Through Centralised Risk Management

Cybersecurity is often seen as an IT problem, however it is a business risk. To have any chance of gaining traction and a return on investment on your security initiatives, it’s critical that all business units across the organisation recognize and actively manage their responsibility when it comes to protecting data. This session will see Jason address his initiatives, experiences and lessons from QSuper in:
  • Developing a centralised InfoSec risk management program across the organization that directs everyone to work towards the same goals.
  • Securing buy-in by business owners to manage and own InfoSec responsibilities
  • Establishing relevant controls and operations to measure business progress and uptake on InfoSec practices

12:10 PM PANEL DISCUSSION: Ensuring Data Sovereignty Across Partner And Third Party Environments Through A Comprehensive Risk Assessment Program

Business agility in the digital ecosystem is synonymous with cloud computing. While Australia is the worldwide leader in cloud adoption, most organisations see data theft as their No.1 risk in doing so; yet more than 30% of organisations adopting cloud services reported that they are not yet ready to handle this risk. This session will show you how InfoSec leaders are modifying their decision making process and key considerations to ensure:

  • Complete oversight of business and customer data sharing, storage and exposure
  • Codifying security assessments in the procurement process
  • Access technologies for vendor identification, validation and data encryption
  • Measuring and monitoring compliance over time

12:50 PM QSuper Case Study: Getting Your Business Units To Own And Champion Security Risk Through A Centralised Management Framework

Cybersecurity is often seen as an IT problem, however it is a business risk and like all business risks must be managed accordingly. To have any chance of gaining traction and a return on investment on your security initiatives, it’s critical that all business units across the organisation recognise and actively manage their responsibility when it comes to protecting data. This session will see Jason address his initiatives, experiences and lessons from QSuper in:

  • Developing a centralised InfoSec risk management program across the organization that directs everyone to work towards the same goals.
  • Securing buy-in by business owners to manage and own InfoSec responsibilities
  • Stablishing relevant controls and operations to measure business progress and uptake on InfoSec practices


Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Jason.

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