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WEBINAR: Top Cybercrime Challenges putting Architectural Practices at Risk in 2019

 

Event Details

18 March 2019, 1pm - 2pm (AEDT)

In this webinar Gary Lowe, Data Security Specialist, will take you through the top challenges your business will face in 2019, as cybercrime risks in Australia increase. Architects have become a target in part because of the cloud-based software you rely upon and much of your work is stored and shared over the Internet. Further, as an industry that relies on billable hours, once you get hit, the stakes are high, as you stand to potentially lose not only all your work, but the many hours during the downtime that you cannot bill, amongst other losses.

 Gary will take you through:

  • The Architects ‘threat landscape’ to reveal the risks to your business 
  • Steps you can take NOW to protect yourself
  • Potential costs to your business if you continue to think it can never happen to me
  • Why Cyber insurance is not the panacea to full protection
  • Why relying on your IT guy is not going to cut it if he is not a specialist and you get hit
  • The current Federal Government Data Breach laws and what it means to you
  • Why Cybercriminals target small business owners even if they have only 1-2 staff

This is a BIG topic and we know you will have many questions, so we will do our very best to give you as much information as possible in this jaw dropping webinar where we will take you into the world of Cyber Crime.

 

Speaker

Gary Lowe, Data Security Specialist

Working in the IT industry for over 30 years, Gary has been the Technical Director and partner in several IT infrastructure businesses ranging in size from 20 to 200 staff for most of these years.

Gary has a very well-rounded view of the industry and has been keenly following many of the significant changes that have occurred over that time. One of the most important areas of Gary’s focus has been IT security and its transformation over this time from something that only the biggest of businesses had to worry about, to it now being of significant importance to every business and even individuals. 

Being both technical and a business owner, Gary understands both sides of the business challenge, which ensures that any solution is not just technically sound but is also commercially responsible. 

Gary is passionate about helping businesses focus on their core business and reducing the IT burden many businesses are faced with and usually don’t deal with adequately.

His obliging and inquisitive personality leaves no stone unturned or any question unanswered. 

Gary’s expertise enables him to work with large corporations and small business, as well as everything in between. He is also a phenomenal problem solver with high integrity and total focus on customer delight.

   

This seminar provides one formal CPD point per hour on completion of set assessment. (One formal point is available).

 

Ticket Costs

Australian Institute of Architects Member $25

Non Member $35

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