CYBER AT WAR - SPECIAL EVENT
As the conflict in Ukraine continues, the cyber threats facing Australian businesses continue to change and evolve. Join our panel: Professor Alex Frino, Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Wollongong; Tommy Viljoen, Leading Partner, Cyber Security Strategy and Governance, Deloitte and Evan Carvouni, Partner in Deloitte's Cyber Risk Practice, to unmask the new threats our companies face and understand what we need to do about them.
register to join us for
an illuminating discussion and bring your questions. You
can submit a question here prior
to the event and the panel will answer it in the session.
Date: Thursday April 7th, 2022
Via: Microsoft Teams (link will be provided upon RSVP)
Tommy Viljoen is a Partner in the Australian Cyber Risk Services Strategy and Governance team and is based in Sydney.
Tommy has close to 30 years of experience in Information Technology, IT Risk and Cyber Security and Governance specialising in financial
services. He has help to build the Deloitte Cyber practice to one of the largest in the country. Tommy is at the forefront of delivering
management, design, development and implementation solutions to clients manage and mitigate cyber security and privacy challenges. Tommy
has assisted many financial institutions develop and implement their cyber security strategies, including in some of the largest banks in
Professor Alex Frino is a distinguished financial economist who fosters the interaction of business with academe. He is an alumnus of UOW and Cambridge University. He was recently awarded a second Fulbright Scholarship to investigate how companies can protect themselves against cyber crime. He is one of the best published financial economists in the world with over 100 papers in leading scholarly journals. He has won over $10 million in competitive research funding and is frequently cited in the global press.
Evan Carvouni van is a Partner in the Cyber Risk Practice and leads Deloitte’s Cyber ‘detect and respond’ managed service business in Australia. He has 18+ years experience in cyber security and has worked for some of the world’s largest banks, systems integrators and consultancies across the UK and Australia and has experience leading major cyber transformation programs. Evan has been at the forefront of helping some of Australia’s iconic organisations manage serious cyber incidents and recover from ransomware and other cyber attacks.