With the theme of this year’s conference being ‘Governance, Empower, Protect’ Mayus and Wade will present to the audience their thoughts on empowering the use of new technologies by understanding attacks on Critical Infrastructure with Advanced Persistent Threats (APT’s).
With information technology becoming more and more pervasive, not only in enterprises but also in social and public settings, organisations need to embrace new technologies, including Internet of Things in order to enter the market and be competitive. However, until recently, protection has been focussed on information system. Wade and Mayus will discuss how organisations need to take a broader view now days, incorporating multiple technologies when designing and implementing security. They’ll also take a closer look at why browsers are involved in so many advanced persistence threats (APTs). Attendees will learn more about how web browsers within organisations provide opportunities for attackers.
The program of speakers for this year’s conference should ensure informative and insightful sessions for all attendees. For more information on the 2016 Oceania CACS click here
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