Collaborate and learn with 130 heads of IT Security
Security Edge 2020
Security Risk, Trust & People First Programs
Join 140 of our region’s most effective heads of security and risk for shared experience, peer networking, tactical introductions and global insights.
Now in its 3rd year and established as a key strategic gathering, Security Edge 2020 will focus on use cases, examples and advice from those ahead on the same journey.
There is a proliferation of IT security conferences in Australia and NZ, but most are missing the point, since the challenges facing our national heads of IT security, CSOs and CISOs cannot be solved purely through technology.
As such too many leaders are staying away – at a time when safe collaboration is crucial for security executives.
Security leaders in our community tell us they want insights from the business stakeholders they need to serve: to better understand their business issues, the balanced risk, the perceived and actual roles that trust and cyber need to play.
After 8 years advising CIOs, CFOs and CDOs, ADAPT has built lasting relationships and gathered deep intelligence data, direct from the leadership of Australia’s Enterprise and Government organisations. Security risk, customer experience and resilience are boardroom priorities for all.
To capitalise on the benefits of the 4th industrial revolution, the organisation is trying to reinvent as a digital business – but there is no customer experience or digital future without better managed security risk and people-first security culture.
As ADAPT research shows, many face challenges around extending security culture across the organisation, shadow IT, blurring perimeters, and talent shortages. With security front of mind for the C-suite and CIO, it is critical for security leaders to improve their business acumen, communication and stakeholder management skills, and the internal perception of the security and IT teams.
We need to get CISOs a seat at the table – to improve people first security focus and disconnects across the C-suite.” Matt Boon, ADAPT.
Our 2020 agenda will publish in April.
Security Edge will gather Australia’s leading Security and Risk stakeholders for an interactive day leveraging the perspectives from ADAPT’s CFO, CDO and CMO communities – as well as the learned experience of peers.
Get the Edge you need to lead security risk.
Please register below to qualify to attend ADAPT Security Edge 2020.
25 July 2019, Intercontinental in Sydney