A Guide for Women in Cybersecurity- According to the InfoSec Institute, there is a global shortage of approximately three million cybersecurity workers, with half a million in North America alone. And the problem is only going to become worse as demand for information security resources is predicted to skyrocket in the near future.
Meanwhile, Cybercrime Magazine estimates that cybercrime will cost $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015, demonstrating the industry’s urgency and speed of expansion.
The shortfall in staffing is estimated to rise to 3.5 million people by 2021.
One concerning aspect of the shortfall is that it might be significantly narrowed if one part of the population – women — were proportionately represented in the business.
According to a research study conducted by Frost and Sullivan in 2013, women made up only 11% of the global cybersecurity workforce. Despite the fact that the study’s scope was limited in terms of the employment roles and types of cybersecurity covered, everyone believes that female presence in cybersecurity is startlingly low.
Cybercrime Magazine concluded in a March 28, 2019 research study that women currently make up roughly 20% of global infosec payrolls. Of course, this is an impressive increase over six years ago, but it is still far short of the 50 percent level that would indicate parity.
The unemployment rate in cybersecurity is zero, and has been since at least 2011, therefore the gender disparity in employment cannot be explained only by industry gender prejudice in recruiting.
Women and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
It’s not just cybersecurity positions that are dominated by men. Even after decades of equal gender rights measures, most STEM professions still have a shortage of women in their ranks.
On the surface, it appears to be a scenario from the 1970s, although this is still the situation today. STEM-related fields, which comprise the broadly defined subjects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, appear to be avoided by young female students. Despite the fact that women consistently score as well as or better on math and science-related tests, the perception that STEM is better suited to men seems to linger in many parts of the country.
While the recent trend suggests that young women are increasingly disregarding prejudices in the workplace, the gap will take a long time to close at this rate. And the fact that women continue to be underpaid and undervalued for their accomplishments will make resolving the issue even more difficult.
Before significant progress in STEM can be made, a new generation of recruiting managers and C-suite executives will need to take control. However, recent anecdotal evidence suggests that the transition to equal treatment for women is well advanced.
More women than ever before are being promoted to executive cybersecurity roles, so optimism is the order of the day. Even though the need for unfilled job vacancies is driving this shift in mindset, it is a healthy trend for women.
Why are women underrepresented in cybersecurity?
It would be helpful to understand why the gender gap occurs in the first place in order to close it and bring female representation closer to 50%. It’s tempting to dismiss the issue as a matter of gender bias or discrimination, but gaining a better knowledge of the issue will aid in finding solutions.
Identifying simple gender bias as the source of the problem would lead to decades-old solutions such as training employers about the value women bring to the workplace and maybe educating males about the same from an early age. In recent years, a few study publications have been released that throw some light on the issues: In January 2018, Forbes magazine published a summary of a study that first appeared on Quora; Government Technology used some high school cybersecurity camps to learn more about what teenagers think about their career prospects in the industry; and in April 2018, NBC and The Hechinger Report released a joint report.
Evidence demonstrates that teenage girls establish ideas about their role in the world during or even before high school. Despite the media’s focus on all of the positive improvements that have given women more chances, teenage girls are still adopting beliefs that will limit their job options in the future. Some parental influences, as well as other societal beliefs, appear to still be steering girls away from technological careers.
Young women frequently perceive cybersecurity as a field in which women must be far more accomplished than men in order to be treated equally. Even some high school females have concluded that technological jobs are better suited to male. In fact, existing research indicate that this is frequently the case.
Whether it is deserved or not, cybersecurity has a reputation problem. Most sensible people would imagine that cybersecurity jobs are performed in highly heated war room-like environments by mysterious young men in hoodies, based on media portrayal.
Some of the cybersecurity industry’s own language, such as cyberattacks, gives the idea that the job is done in military war rooms. In some parts of cybersecurity, such as ethical hacking, this notion is not wholly incorrect. However, many aspects of the rapidly growing sector are carried out outside of a war room.
There’s also evidence that among women who do decide to pursue a career in cybersecurity, a startling number of them quit the industry pretty quickly. Some say it’s because of the field’s relative intensity, while others say it’s due of the boys’ club culture they have to deal with.
However, women in cybersecurity, like women in many other industries, are paid less and advance at a slower rate than males. Where these arguments are correct, the employer has failed to ensure that girls are comfortable in cybersecurity.
Today, in part because of the personnel shortage in cybersecurity, managers are increasingly hiring candidates with degrees and experience in fields other than infosec.
Many areas of STEM and general security are now covered by the labour pool. With a little training, those with skills in computer science and information technology can readily transition to cybersecurity.
However, because women are underrepresented in STEM fields, that pool is likewise male-dominated and cannot be relied upon to close the cybersecurity gender gap. If the gender gap in STEM is to be bridged fast, the recruiting pool must be expanded to include new disciplines of interest.
What can be done to Increase Women in Cybersecurity?
What is being done to lure more women to cybersecurity in light of this stark reality? What further measures or changes to procedural and behavioural flaws could be implemented? Much has previously been done, with varying degrees of success that are finally beginning to shift the needle. If the cybersecurity workforce shortfall is to be significantly alleviated, more can and must be done.
Some signs emerging in the last few years have already begun to show the initiatives in place are having the desired effect.
There are several things cybersecurity organisations can do to adjust internal policy to create a more female-friendly environment, starting with the workplace itself.
To begin, implement a diversity policy in the workplace that includes not only women, but people of all nationalities and backgrounds. In 2017, helpnetsecurity.com released an article titled “What leads women to cybersecurity, and what keeps them there?” that highlighted a survey conducted by Cobalt, an app security business. “A team that combines variety of all kinds – disciplines, genders, backgrounds, nationalities, etc. – ensures fresh insights, spurring innovation and creativity,” said Andrea Little Limbago, Principal Social Scientist at Endgame.
There’s also the issue of many recruiting managers and human resource departments focusing far too narrowly on the cybersecurity hiring pool.
Many companies view STEM fields as the most fruitful source of cybersecurity candidates, almost completely ignoring other career paths.
In the same poll, less than half of the women who replied said they got into cybersecurity through IT or computer science careers.
This means that cybersecurity companies that haven’t done so already need to diversify their backgrounds when hiring new staff. Women in a variety of areas have achieved success in cybersecurity, including compliance, auditing, psychology, and sales.
Retaining valuable personnel should be a top concern for every company, but with the cybersecurity shortage, it has become even more crucial. For consistent satisfaction of employees, particularly women and minorities, more inclusive work environments are a must-have.
Organizations must teach all employees what true inclusion is, and ensure that nothing less than that will be permitted.
The goal should not be simply to eliminate sexual harassment but to make women feel comfortable, respected and valued in the workplace. And of course, inclusiveness means real equality in pay scale and opportunities for advancement.
There are now various cybersecurity professional groups dedicated solely to serving the requirements of and promoting women in the industry. Three such groups are the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC), Women in Cyber Security (WiCyS), and Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management, and Security (EWF). WiCyS and EWF have yearly conventions to bring together members to discuss women’s issues in cybersecurity as well as industry-wide concerns.
Women benefit from these organisations because they help them feel included and supported by other women. In general, however, such groups are only required in industries where women are not already treated equally.
In cybersecurity, what’s really needed is for other professional groups to give women equal opportunities, such as keynote speaker roles and other forms of respect. However, the trend in these companies is encouraging, so hopefully they are on the right track.
Female participation and keynote speaker nominations have increased significantly at recent meetings.
The focus shifts to higher education as you work your way back down the recruitment funnel. Cybersecurity must be introduced as a desirable career option for students in a wide range of undergraduate and graduate majors through placement and career counselling activities at schools and universities.
According to this graph, 52 percent of women have advanced degrees in cybersecurity, whereas 44 percent of males do.
Again, information security candidates aren’t limited to IT and computer science students. Promoting and facilitating access to industry training and certifications will also help students get a head start in the cybersecurity field.
Expanding course offerings and choices of majors within cybersecurity will help all students find their way into the industry, not just women. And opening the student bodies to professional organizations, particularly those serving women, will give students access to women already in the field.
It will also give industry representatives a more direct way to talk with students about the area. The University of Maine, which has worked with WiCyS to open the dialogue between professionals and students, is one school that is already doing so.
Cybersecurity should be introduced to teen girls in high school or younger as a realistic and desirable career option. Such measures should also aim to reduce the influence of societal gender biases on our children’s choices.
There are several initiatives around the country designed to open the eyes of students to see the attractiveness of cybersecurity.
Through its National Youth Cyber Education Program and CyberPatriot, the US Air Force Association has been doing this for some time. The National Youth Cyber Defense Competition is the country’s largest cyber defence competition, pitting middle and high school students in an online competition.
GenCyber is a summer cybersecurity camp for children and teachers in grades K-12 that is co-funded by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation.
The programme is open to everyone and is intended to educate safe internet habits as well as the basics of cybersecurity.
GirlsGoCyberStart is an online programme meant to expose high school girls to cybersecurity in a fun and participatory way. Young ladies are taught cryptography, password cracking, digital forensics, and open-source intelligence gathering to pique their interest in the profession. Over 10,000 girls have participated in the programme, which is free to kids, and the reaction has been extremely favourable.
GirlsWhoCode is largely focused on young students interested in programming as a career route, but it is also striving to alleviate the gender gap in technology industries in general. After-school groups, summer classes, and summer immersion programmes are all promoted by the organisation. It also assists programme graduates in succeeding in college and networking with other women working in technological professions.
The Girl Scouts of America has introduced a cybersecurity merit badge to encourage young girls to learn about cybersecurity and excel at it. In 2019, the Girl Scouts Research Institute released “Decoding the Digital Girl: Defining and Supporting Girls’ Digital Leadership,” a report. “How females are leveraging their digital experiences to enhance their lives, their communities, and the world,” it says.
Scholarships and Other Assistance Available to Women
Financial and non-financial assistance initiatives for women who want to work in cybersecurity or other STEM fields are on the rise.
These options are for college and professional training and certification. InfoSec, Inc. and CompTIA have teamed up to provide significant financial help to women interested in cybersecurity jobs through scholarship scholarships that include free enrollment in cybersecurity boot camps. The Information Assurance Scholarship Program, which is open to both men and women, is a scholarship-for-service opportunity offered by the United States Navy.
The Center for Cyber Safety and Education, in collaboration with (ISC)2, offers a $40,000 scholarship to women pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in cybersecurity. SWSIS, a collaboration between Applied Computer Security Associates (ACSA) and CRA-WP, is a scholarship programme for women pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a cybersecurity area.
Raytheon also offers a $8,000 grant to female cybersecurity students. The Scopes Educational Scholarship Program is sponsored by the National Security Agency (NSA) for high school seniors who have exhibited competence in essential areas of computer science and electrical engineering and plan to specialise in one of them, including cybersecurity. In addition to summer employment, the CIA offers many internships that provide tuition help to qualified candidates. The emphasis is on intelligence-related sectors, such as cybersecurity.
Women as Role Models in Cybersecurity
There are many successful women in cybersecurity today who may serve as good role models and even mentors to women who want to get into and excel in the profession.
These role models have experienced what it’s like to overcome obstacles to success, and they should be held up as examples to young women to show that it’s possible. Successful women can be found at industry gatherings where women are given the opportunity to speak as keynote speakers, or in online video interviews with female cybersecurity leaders. As role models, WiCyS provides a few female information security professionals.
The Future of Women in Cybersecurity
STEM fields in general, and cybersecurity in particular, have long been plagued by a severe lack of female participation. However, the tremendous increase in cybersecurity needs, as well as a general shortage of accessible expertise, has brought the absence of women in the area to the forefront.
Working to draw more women into infosec, there are many initiatives now being promoted by government agencies, industry participants, high school and middle school educators, and colleges.
Companies in the cybersecurity industry are putting more attention on both discovering new ways to recruit women and changing their internal settings and processes to keep women in the profession for longer than in the past. There are no easy remedies for raising women’s participation in cybersecurity from the current 20% to the objective of parity, given the industry’s overall shortage of expertise.
KrebsonSecurity Reported That TTEC Hit With Ransomware Attack
KrebsonSecurity reported that TTEC hit with ransomware attack teams servicing Bank of America, Verizon and others were unable to work
TTEC, a customer experience technology company based in the United States, has disclosed a “cybersecurity problem,” but employees have confirmed that it was affected by ransomware.
According to KrebsonSecurity, the corporation, which has roughly 61,000 employees and billions in annual revenue, issued a message to staff this week advising them not to click on a URL marked “!RA!G!N!A!R!” The statement suggests that the attack was carried either by the well-known Ragnar Locker ransomware organisation, or someone attempting to spoof them.
TTEC informed employees that the company was experiencing system disruptions and that it was working to remove the malicious “!RA!G!N!A!R!” file from its network.
TTEC corporate communications vice president Tim Blair would not confirm that the incident was caused by ransomware, but he did say that part of the company’s data was encrypted and that “business activities at various facilities have been momentarily impacted” in a statement to ZDNet.
“TTEC immediately activated its information security incident response business continuity protocols, isolated the systems involved, and took other appropriate measures to contain the incident,” Blair said.
“We are now in the process of carefully and deliberately restoring the systems that have been involved. We also launched an investigation, typical under the circumstances, to determine the potential impacts. In serving our clients TTEC generally does not maintain our clients’ data, and the investigation to date has not identified compromise to clients’ data. That investigation is on-going and we will take additional action, as appropriate, based on the investigation’s results.”
Verizon, Best Buy, Dish Network, Bank of America, and Kaiser Permanente are just a few of the firms that TTEC works with.
A reader provided the internal message to KrebsonSecurity, who stated that the “widespread” system outage began on Sunday, September 12. Thousands of TTEC personnel working on accounts for Verizon, Kaiser Permanente, and Bank of America were unable to perform any duties as a result of the attack, according to the source, while many other customer care teams reported being unable to operate.
According to KnowBe4 security advocate James McQuiggan, ransomware groups often target enterprises with huge client bases that rely on services or a product, knowing that it will disrupt business and have a trickle-down effect on all customers.
The Ragnar Locker ransomware group has recently made headlines for their remarks against victims who call law enforcement or expert negotiators.
If victims ventured to call cybersecurity companies or law authorities, the gang warned on their darknet leaksite, it would destroy decryption keys and reveal all sensitive data stolen.
The gang has previously targeted large corporations in China, including Capcom, Campari, EDP, CD Projekt Red, and a number of shipping titans.
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6 Elements Of Custom IT Security
Security in the business sector is fundamental. With more developments in technology come more sophisticated ways to attack a company, which can cause financial losses, loss of trust among customers, and loss of important data. Established companies can come back from any threats comfortably, but these can be very devastating for small businesses.
The rise of cybercrime has necessitated the need to have a proper security protocol and policies to help protect your business. Different types of businesses will require varied security systems, depending on the size and nature of operations. In Australia, both large and small businesses can get customized cyber security services Sydney to help identify and mitigate risks as well as scale their security efforts.
Elements Of Custom IT Security
It’s possible to customize your IT security according to your needs and financial ability. This allows all types of businesses to have a secure system regardless of their size. A custom security system has the following elements:
Unique Security Strategies
Each business will require different security needs, depending on their operations. For example, an electronic supplier won’t require the same amount of security as a defense contractor. Therefore, your IT security should be unique to your business in order to address your needs.
Even though some of the securities such as passwords are general and can apply to different businesses, there are some finer details that you should incorporate. For instance, you can require a combination of numbers, letters, and special characters on passwords to increase security.
A sound IT security should offer continuous monitoring of your system. Risks and attacks are unpredictable and can happen anytime, so your custom security system should identify when it happens and from what point of the system.
When updating your security features, you should ensure that all the patches are installed and configured correctly to avoid loopholes. A lack of continuous monitoring leaves your operations vulnerable to attacks as you might not identify any risk.
Well-Defined Security Protocol
Your customized security system should have a well-defined security protocol with a hierarchical pattern that defines how data moves within the organization. For example, there’s some information that the junior staff in the organization can share without requiring any approval from the management. However, some information will require approval first before it can be shared.
Moreover, the management should identify with whom the information is shared and which team member shared the information. The security system should incorporate passwords or biometric access, so only authorized personnel can access and share any information.
If any task needs approval, the security system should send it to the right employee and not just any other person. This will help boost security measures as it ensures the validity and authenticity of every task. Therefore, any custom IT security should have it.
Big data has become an essential component in cybersecurity as you can use data analytics to know potential risks. A good IT system should incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) to identify and mitigate risks. The system can use the details to know the weak points in the business and areas that were attacked before. Data can also be used to design proper measures to curb any future attack.
A custom IT system should cover all kinds of threats that can face the business. Most security threats facing a business are external such as ransomware and phishing attack. However, there are also some internal threats such as negligence, misconfiguration, and malicious activities such as theft.
Your custom IT system should have an element that alerts and protects you and other users if there’s a mistake. For example, you should be notified in case of an unauthorized login attempt and also be notified if your business has been compromised.
Every state, department, or regulatory body has specific security standards that businesses should comply with. These differ depending on the regulatory body, so you should know what’s required of your business. Your custom IT system should meet these compliance requirements at all times. Audits can be conducted to ascertain business compliance to security, and your system should pass the audit.
Getting a proper IT security system in your business will come with several benefits. A proper security system should constitute several elements such as compliance, proper coverage, and the use of data analytics. When customizing your security system, you should incorporate these elements. You can contract IT experts to help develop a system that’ll continuously protect your business against any attack.
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Savoir comment acheter des actions/actions en suivant des méthodes simples
De nos jours, les gens ne sont pas intéressés à visiter les courtiers et à partager les marchés acheter des actions . Ils utilisent leurs téléphones portables, ordinateurs portables et ordinateurs pour choisir les meilleures offres de profit. La connexion Internet est facilement accessible et ils ne dépensent pas d’argent derrière l’embauche d’agents professionnels pour collecter des liasses d’actions et d’autres actifs financiers. Sachez de quel type d’avantage un client bénéficie en remplissant son travail en ligne.
Qu’est-ce que le partage ?
Une action est un type d’instrument financier qui est essentiellement émis par une entreprise pour collecter des contributions des actionnaires pour la croissance de l’entreprise. L’action est un type d’action en termes courants. Ici, la société divise ses actifs financiers en petites unités à distribuer sous forme d’actions. Vous profiterez de la propriété du pourcentage de l’actif total de l’organisation. Les dividendes sont des produits qui sont remis aux acheteurs d’actions après avoir accumulé les bénéfices annuels grâce à la vente de produits.
Facile à acheter des actions en ligne – Aucune visite physique requise
Depuis l’introduction de systèmes numériques avancés pour exploiter le grand marché en ligne, il est avantageux pour un investisseur occupé de faire tout type d’investissement à court ou à long terme depuis son domicile. Les négociants en actions et les entreprises disposent de puissants sites Web virtuels compatibles avec tous les appareils avec une gestion plus rapide des données pour améliorer une excellente communication sociale.
Les hommes d’affaires parlent aux clients sur les portails de discussion en direct pour les négociations. Vérifiez les prix des actions actuelles qui sont bon marché pour vous d’acheter. C’est certainement une option rapide pour tout entrepreneur professionnel et financier d’opter pour le système de cloud computing basé sur mobile pour gérer leurs entreprises. La nécessité des visites physiques au marché est remplacée.
Ouvrez votre compte d’entreprise pour acheter des actions en ligne
Le moyen de faire la transaction avec les vendeurs/fournisseurs/agences d’actions n’est pas n’importe quel courtier. Vous êtes autonome et indépendant pour personnaliser le site Web pour une correspondance confortable dans l’intérêt d’une gestion d’entreprise réussie. Pour créer un compte à votre nom, vous pourrez mettre en favoris les meilleures agences de partage et distributeurs de votre ville natale.
Parfois, un acheteur d’actions utilise le compte d’un courtier. Il n’a aucun lien direct avec l’entreprise. Ce compte d’action nominee n’est pas gratuit. Vous devez vous renseigner sur les détails de paiement pour activer le compte professionnel du tiers. Dans ce cas, vous ne recevrez aucun relevé, rapport et notification de la société premium pour laquelle travaille le courtier.
Moins de documentation
Les avantages de l’achat d’actions auprès de sociétés en ligne incluent la flexibilité dans les termes et le moins de documentation. De plus, vous n’avez pas besoin de soumettre de document spécial car il est effectué sur Internet. Par conséquent, la précision du processus de collecte des partages est améliorée. A ce propos, en ligne avis sur eToro vous guidera pour devenir un trader professionnel en bourse.
Les méthodes d’achat d’actions en ligne sont abordables pour les acheteurs en raison des techniques de raccourci sans complexité. En ouvrant un compte demat ou nominee, optez pour les meilleures actions qui sont désormais moins chères et rentables pour vous. Vous ne pouvez pas facturer de frais de service supplémentaires aux courtiers tiers, car il s’agit d’une boîte à outils automatisée vous permettant de devenir votre propre patron pour gérer l’ensemble de l’affaire.
Lorsque vous demandez l’acquisition d’actions en ligne, vous devez connaître les différentes procédures pour parvenir à la fin de la clôture de la transaction avec les courtiers/sociétés. Une action est rentable pour un acheteur car elle rapporte 10 à 16% des revenus au client qui obtiendra des rémunérations basées sur le revenu annuel de l’entreprise. Avant de vous inscrire au compte demat, apprenez les formalités de base pour effectuer des achats en ligne en tant qu’acheteur d’actions.
Gardez votre carte PAN près de vous
Après modification de la réglementation des transactions boursières, les clients doivent maintenir leur numéro de compte permanent ou leurs PAN actifs et à jour. Il s’agit d’un nombre total de 10 chiffres alphanumériques. Tapez le chiffre numérique entier sans manquer aucun nombre. Il porte votre pièce d’identité. Lors de l’audit pour la préparation du dossier fiscal, ce numéro PAN sera évalué pour les auditeurs et le gouvernement afin d’authentifier le processus de documentation.
Compte Demat – Doit
Votre compte Demat fonctionne comme un simple compte bancaire pour acheter et vendre des actions. Il est lié à votre compte d’épargne. Sur la base du nombre d’actions/actions que vous achetez, le montant débité de la banque. De la même manière, au moment de la vente des actions, le montant touchera votre compte bancaire. Cependant, vous devez avoir le DP de National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) en Inde.
Un compte de commerce
Chaque trader qui achète des actions doit avoir un compte de trading.
SEBI en Inde a apporté une nouvelle loi pour les commerçants d’actions. Ils doivent avoir un numéro UIN authentique. Si votre capital est de 1 lakh roupies ou plus pour l’investissement, vous devriez avoir l’UIN légal.
Le marché des actions est en plein essor avec d’énormes possibilités d’investissement de la part des investisseurs. Vous devez être une personne compétente possédant l’expertise nécessaire pour adopter des approches audacieuses pour l’achat rapide d’actions en ligne. Si vous avez besoin de plus d’informations, n’hésitez pas à demander conseil à des traders professionnels.
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Australian Cyber Week 2021 gets ready to launch
AustCyber announces Australian Cyber Week 2021, a week-long series of events and activities, this year to be held from 25-29 October 2021.
The week combines virtual and in-person sessions to generate awareness about the Australian cyber security industry and showcase local innovation. It will also support increased understanding of cyber security by debating topical issues, risks and solutions, and facilitate national and global networking.
“Cyber Week 2021 is one of AustCyber’s flagship activities under our mission to grow a globally competitive Australian cyber security sector,” said Michelle Price, CEO of AustCyber. “Cyber Week helps to demystify the cyber security industry and connects Australian cyber capabilities with key domestic and international stakeholders who are contributing to the growth and success of the sector. This creates further opportunities to enhance future economic growth.”
In 2021, AustCyber is again utilising its virtual conference platform as the cornerstone infrastructure to deliver Australian Cyber Week, which features 100% Australian technology. The 3D ‘circuit board city’ is the gateway to daily live events and knowledge library of past events, as well as a networking hub and exhibition hall showcasing booths which feature sovereign products and services. Online events will be complemented by in-person events in South Australia and Western Australia, facilitated through AustCyber’s National Network of Cyber Security Innovation Nodes.
“Each day, Australian Cyber Week has a feature event to demonstrate our globally competitive cyber security ecosystem,” said Ms Price. “The range of speakers is broad – from CEOs of large corporates and venture capital investors, to ethical hackers, school students with a keen interest in cyber, and those in minority groups working within the sector.”
To underline the importance of digital trust in keeping our digital activity secure and resilient, during an event on 25 October, guest speakers will walk through a significant cyber-attack on Australia through a hypothetical situation that seeks to draw out complexities and considerations for all organisations. The equivalent event during last year’s Cyber Week was one of the most attended and attracted a range of domestic and international media interest.
With the workforce expected to grow by at least 7,000 over the next three years, experts from the ANU, University of Canberra, UNSW, Canberra Institute of Technology and industry will come together on 26 October to discuss career pathways, and upskilling and micro-credentialing a remote workforce.
Ten of Australia’s most innovative companies will present pitches to the audience during an event on 27 October, who will be able to invest fake dollars and vote for their favourite product or solution. The Tasmania Cyber Security Innovation Node is also running the online Big Cyber Ideas Challenge.
On 28 October, the key event will be a debate on the current state of procurement and policy as it relates to the emerging technology sectors within Australia. The host will ask the big questions of guests, with two teams – affirmative and negative – battling it out to highlight the opportunities, challenges and required actions to uplift procurement across the nation.
On 29 October, dubbed ‘community day’, Australian company OSINT Combine will facilitate an instructor-led full day of open source intelligence (OSINT) training for participants to learn open source fundamentals, searching essentials and cross platform social media network analysis. This will be useful training for the National Missing Persons Hackathon, which has been postponed until early 2022.
The week-long program will also see workshops hosted by DTEX Systems and Retrospect Labs, a clinic about cyber resilience for small businesses from Kangaroo Island, as well as panels on diversity and digital forensics. There are also a series of moments to facilitate networking, including new online platform features that allow participants and panellists to communicate and exchange details. In a new feature of the line-up, online cyber escape room sessions will allow participants to immerse themselves in an Australian cyber-attack scenario, as they solve problems to escape a hypothetical Special Operations Command Centre.
For more information about Australian Cyber Week 2021, visit www.cyberweek2021.austcyber.com
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