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SIT SUMMIT 2.0

Shift Happens: if we learn from each other

1st December 2017 | NAB | 700 Bourke Street, Melbourne.

SIT Summit is different.

We designed the day to bring together professionals from across industry and government, to collaborate and share ideas and practices that - in their experience, work and have impact to organisations and individuals.

We blended formal presentations with hands on workshops so that delegates can practically use what they have learned.

Delegates heard from industry leaders and experts in the field of security awareness, communications, culture change, marketing and change management.

Summit speakers

agenda

Full Agenda

Time Topic Presenter(s)
8.45-9.00am Welcome Andrew Dell, NAB
9.00-9.45am Opening keynote Julie Inman Grant, Office of the eSafety Commissioner
9.45–10.30 A year in review, Security, Influence & Trust Founders share key moments from 2017, including an overview of Safer Internet Day

 

Lynwen Connick – thoughts on a Cyber Smart Nation and the value of the SIT Community

Manuja Wijesekera – Dimension Data

Lee Beyer, NAB

Ivana Kvesic, Australia Post

Craig Templeton, REA Group

Kate Monckton, nbn & Erica Hardinge, ANZ

Lynwen Connick, ANZ

10.30-10.45 Introduction and expectations for the workshop Murali Maheswaran, thestilldynamic
10.45-11.00am Networking Morning Break
11.00-12.00pm Workshop #1 – Determining key messages for Safer Internet Day 2018 Murali Maheswaran, thestilldynamic
12.00-12.45pm WHEN THE SHI(F)T HITS THE FAN;

The importance of internal and external communications when handling a data breach

Tim de Sousa, De Sousa Advisory

Christine Jackson, ID Care

Jon Court, Telstra

Rachael Falk, Pace and Scale Consulting

Melanie Marks, elevenM

12.45-1.30pm Networking Lunch
1.30-2.30pm Lightning series of short talks Shom Yadav, Australia Post

Rebecca Moonen, nbn

Blair Adamson, Telstra

2.30-2.50pm Networking Afternoon break
2.50-3.30pm Final Key Note - a behavioural change advertising campaign Jodi Gubana, TAC
4.15-4.45pm Workshop #2 – Phish Tank – determining the most commonly accepted pitch – creating winning outcomes for our community

 

Darren Kane, nbn

Andrew Dell, NAB

Kristin Lyons, Australia Post

Berin Lautenbach, Telstra

Paul De Araujo, Office of the eSafety Commissioner

Lynwen Connick, ANZ

4.45pm-5.00pm The final word Craig Templeton, REA Group

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