NZHIT Networking Event - "Cybersecurity and the increased risks being faced locally and internationally".

October 25, 2018
October 25, 2018
5.00pm - 7.00pm
Orion House, 181 Grafton Road, Grafton (Bruce McLaren Room)

Cybersecurity and the increased risks being faced locally and internationally.

This NZHIT networking event is being held on the 25th of October in Auckland with two high calibre guest speakers –

 Giovanni Rusello    The Cyber Security Foundry (University of Auckland)

 Philip Whitmore      Partner, Cyber Security Advisory, KPMG

When:  Thursday 25th October 2018
Time:     5.00pm - 7.00pm

NZHIT Members - Free
NZHIT Invited Guests - Free
Non-Members - $25

Also thanks to Orion Health for their support that enables us to hold this event at their offices.

Key speakers:

Giovanni Russello, Associate Professor

Giovanni Russello is an Associate Professor with the Computer Science Department, at  University of Auckland. His research focuses on Android security, confidentiality, privacy solutions for the cloud, and access control models in general. 

He leads the SECRET Lab, where together with his group, they work on several security projects including the MBIE STRATUS project. In the past, he was founding CEO of a start-up developing secure solutions for Android.

Philip Whitmore, Partner - Cyber Security, KPMG

Philip leads KPMG’s Cyber Security Services and Technology Risk practices in New Zealand.  He has over 20 years practical hands-on security experience with a particular focus on security risk management, incident response, security architecture, penetration testing and security assurance. 

Philip is amongst a select few people working at this level in New Zealand and also brings extensive international knowledge as well. He has frequently worked with public and private sector organisations in the healthcare industry, including some of the NZHIT members.

Giovanni Russello

Associate Professor

Philip Whitmore

Partner - Cyber Security, KPMG


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