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Event Details

 

IIA NZ & ISACA Lunch 'n' Learn

Date 
28 June 2023
Time
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Venue
KPMG, Level 9, 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington.
Hybrid
Facilitator
IIA NZ

Registrations for this event have now closed.

IIA NZ Session:

We are excited to invite you to our upcoming Lunch n Learn event featuring Hugh Devereux-Mack from CERT NZ as our esteemed guest speaker. Hugh will be discussing the "10 Critical Controls CERT NZ Recommends for Businesses" and will provide valuable insights into the resources available to enhance cybersecurity measures.

Hugh Devereux-Mack is a Senior Advisor with CERT NZ, the government agency created to help increase New Zealand's cyber resilience. With more than 10 years' experience in the private sector, he uses this experience to help both businesses and individuals understand the cyber security environment they operate within. CERT NZ works to support businesses, organisations and individuals who are affected (or may be affected) by cyber security incidents. They provide trusted and authoritative information and advice, while also collating a profile of the threat landscape in New Zealand. CERT NZ is a key component of New Zealand's Cyber Security Strategy, contributing to the delivery of the Strategy's vision of a confident and secure digital New Zealand.

In today's digital landscape, it is crucial for businesses to prioritise cybersecurity and protect their valuable assets from potential threats. CERT NZ, as New Zealand's national cybersecurity agency, plays a vital role in helping organisations navigate and mitigate these risks effectively.

During this Lunch n Learn session, Hugh will delve into the 10 critical controls that CERT NZ highly recommends for businesses. He will provide practical advice and strategies to implement these controls and share valuable insights on how to enhance your organisation's cybersecurity posture. Additionally, Hugh will discuss the various resources and support available from CERT NZ to assist businesses in their cybersecurity journey.

The Lunch n Learn event is a semi-informal format, allowing for a 20-minute presentation by Hugh followed by a 20-minute question-and-answer session. We encourage active participation and engagement, as this is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable insights and exchange knowledge with industry experts.

Please mark your calendar for this important event. We believe that Hugh's expertise and the topic of critical controls for businesses will provide valuable information and practical guidance for all attendees.

ISACA Session: Discussion on the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) v4

Speaker: Nicole Braun, Associate Director of Security, Confide Ltd. PCI QSA, PCIP, CISM, PhD, LLB, BCA(Hons)

Nicole Braun is the Associate Director of Security at Confide and a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA). She is a Silver member of ISACA and holds CISM and CDPSE certifications. Nicole has been involved with PCI DSS for almost 9 years now, but also has a keen interest in privacy and the legal frameworks that underpin the need for organisations to maintain security baselines.

In this presentation, Nicole will cover the recently released PCI DSS version 4.0. This includes:

  • What is PCI DSS?
  • Why does it matter that there's a new version?
  • What is the role of internal audit as part of PCI DSS?
  • How can organisations prepare for the coming changes?

Members: $30.00 + GST
Non-members: $45.00 + GST

Registrations close on Thursday 22 June 2023, midnight.
Note that spaces are limited, so we encourage you to secure your spot at your earliest convenience.

We look forward to welcoming you to this insightful Lunch n Learn session.

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  3. No refund after the event closing date, or when tickets are sold out, we cannot provide a refund due to confirmed catering numbers and other related event matters.
  4. We strongly recommend registering early for this event to secure your spot. In the event that face-to-face attendance is sold out, we encourage you to consider registering for online attendance instead.
  5. In the unlikely event of cancellation, rest assured that all registered participants will receive a full refund.
  6. Postponement due to COVID: If there are any constraints caused due to COVID, we will notify you of a postponement. In such a case, your funds will be held with IIA NZ until we can confirm a new date for the event.
  7. Upon registration, you understand that this is a hybrid event that combines both in-person and virtual attendance options, allowing attendees to participate in the event from anywhere in the world. In this case, the IIA NZ may be recorded for promotional purposes, meaning that portions of the event could be used for promotional purposes later.

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