What's that did you say, a Security Meetup, not just for Security folk?! Madness!
We constantly hear it said that humans are the weakest link in Cyber Security which creates a negative picture around their involvement in securing businesses.
What if we change the conversation and create opportunities to better empower them?
What might happen if we can tap in to our greatest asset in the fight against cybercrime - our employees?
We are very excited announce our next speaker, industry expert Louisa Vogelenzang who will be answering some of these key questions and more! Louisa can talk Security to Security people all day, but she has a real passion for talking to people from all walks of life and giving them easy to digest advice on key things they need to be aware of to remain secure and what they can do with limited to no Security resources or expertise.
5:30pm - Networking (drinks, snacks)
6:15pm - Louisa's presentation followed by Q&A
7:00pm - Networking
7:30pm - Doors close
Louisa is passionate about the human side of cybersecurity and her mission is to empower others - to enjoy the benefits of the digital age, whilst taking effective control of their online risks.
She currently co-hosts and produces a podcast based here in Melbourne called The Cybersecurity Café which she balances with her day job as Associate Managing Director -Identity Theft and Breach Notification, at global cyber risk firm Kroll, a division of Duff and Phelps.
Louisa has been in cybersecurity for over 15 years, the majority of which has been in customer facing roles across technology, managed services and professional services. She moved to Australia from the UK in 2012, spending 4 years at Dimension Data which included running the Victorian security practice. She then spent 2.5 years at Telstra, leading security product teams tasked with enterprise, small business and consumer solutions. In 2017 she undertook a secondment to Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Cyber Resilience Task Force in Canberra.
Louisa loves to give back to the security community though tangible action. This year she Co-founded ‘Project Friedman’, a free professional coaching program to help get new women cybersecurity speakers ‘conference ready’ with the first cohort graduating by speaking at CyberCon in October 2019. From May-Sept 2019 she volunteered at IDCare - Australia's national NFP cyber and identity support service. Louisa also served as a volunteer at The Australian Information Security Association as a Melbourne committee member (2014-2017) before leading the Melbourne branch (2017), followed by tenure as a Board Director (2018).