More info: http://www.aisa.org.au/branches/melbourne/events/aisa-melbourne-branch-meeting-security-thought-leadership-from-mike-burgess/
Venue: "The Arena" room at NAB, 700 Bourke Street (just opposite Southern Cross Station), Melbourne
You must RSVP in advance for this meeting, and then register upon arrival at the AISA registration desk. Log-in and RSVP online via the link at the bottom of this page. Non-members should also RSVP to Damien Manuel, AISA Melbourne Branch Executive via email to [masked].
RSVP Deadline: RSVP by Wednesday 19 March 2014
Time: 4:00pm sign-in for 4:15pm to 5:30pm presentation Topic: Security Thought Leadership Series
Ever wondered what keeps a Chief Information Security Officer awake at night? Find out at AISA's Security Thought Leadership series.
Guest Speaker: Mike Burgess
Mike is the Chief Information Security Officer for Telstra, joining Telstra in February 2013. He leads Telstra's Security Operations team which includes responsibility for Telstra's Security Operations Centre (TSOC). The TSOC provides 24/7 monitoring and security response of Telstra's and its customers' networks.
Previously Mike was the Deputy Director for Cyber & Information Security at the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD). Mike led the establishment of the Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC) at DSD in 2009 and oversaw its development into a key cyber capability for Government. The CSOC brought together capabilities from across Government to deliver a greater understanding of the cyber threat against Australian interests, and provided response options for significant cyber events across government and systems of national importance.
Mike has a degree in Electronics Engineering from the South Australian Institute of Technology. He worked in private industry before joining the Defence Science and Technology Organisation working in the field of imaging radar. In his career at DSD, Mike held a variety of roles spanning the intelligence, security, capability development and executive aspects of DSD's business.
Non-members should also RSVP to Damien Manuel, AISA Melbourne Branch Executive via email to [masked]. Non-members are welcome to attend a meeting to find out more about us, but are then expected to join before attending others. However, non-members should note that some events are strictly limited to AISA members only, for example the AISA National Conference, all AISA Study Group sessions and all AISA Focus Group meetings.