Risk & Compliance12/03/2019
KPMG Tauranga Office | 247 Cameron Road - Level 2, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
|12:00-12:15||Arrivals & Networking|
|12:15-12:30||Welcome and Cyber Security News Update, Jon Edney [CISSP, CEH]|
|12:30-13:30||Risk & Compliance, Linzee Bickley, CISSP, CISM, CISA|
Linzee has spent a long time on how businesses cope with demands of meeting success factors in everyday operations and planning for long term strategic goals in compliance and cybersecurity. As this is a rocky road, there is a need to leverage learnings when creating Security Frameworks/Policy/Standards/Process through to developing and maturing security and risk management effectiveness.
Whilst risk management, particularly for security, has been immature, things have changed recently with more stringent requirements in Cyber insurance and Security assurance. The tension has increased with privacy and information management requirements starting to overlap and cause the security managers job to include these aspects. When impacts are examined it is often found that current practise exacerbates them. The observations with this work shows interesting parallels and has lessons to learn for all.
Linzee is a security consultant/advisor with many years’ experience. In the UK he worked with Defence Security standards in the Air Force going back to 1970’s. In New Zealand he has held security roles since 1998, varying from technical solutions, Consulting and Architecture, expanding into wider roles for Cyber Security, Security Frameworks, Risk and Incident management. This has resulted in a number of roles where he has been the first security professional in large organisations embarking on Security and Compliance journeys. He has taken them to a more mature footing in these aspects and given new capabilities to the teams and the business.