HOW TO PREDICT,
PREVENT & RESPOND TO
MODERN THREATS?

2022 Security Roundtable with IBM + Vectra

When
Where
Security Roundtable Date and Location

Join for an exclusive in-person IBM + Vectra Security
Roundtable focused on reducing the risk of
ransomware and other cyber threats, through greater
visibility and AI driven response.







 

 PREVENT + PREDICT + RESPOND

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ransomware is the weapon of choice for hackers, disrupting your business and damaging your reputation and bottom line. A ransomware infection can be costly and disruptive because often your only solution to return to normal business operations is to pay the cybercriminals’ ransom.

During our Security Roundtable will be talking about today’s key security challenges and how organisations can stay ahead of evolving cyber threats. You don’t want to miss out on all the insights and helpful tips for improving your organisation’s security!

SECURITY ROUNDTABLE
JUNE 21ST, 2022 AT 3:00 PM AEST

Roundtable Agenda
Security Round Table Agenda

 

 

This is an in-person event, so the number of spots 

is strictly limited – RSVP to secure yours now!

 
Vectra + IBM Security Roundtable

Our Speakers

Chris Hockings

Chief technology officeR
ibm security asia pacific

Chris is responsible for representing the IBM global security strategy and vision across Asia Pacific and in doing so engages with leaders across government, industry and partnerships. He is an expert in leading transformational security programs on emerging technology. Chris has a passion for ensuring clients are aware of global trends so they can leverage them to develop programs that counter threats, deliver compliance and support digital transformation. he has been a leader across all facets of software, including global research and development, support, service and market engagement. He is an IBM Master Inventor, a title that reflects a sustained contribution to IBM Security’s patent portfolio and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

Kelvin Heath

chief security officer
Vectra

Kelvin manages the provision of security, compliance, risk management, and remediation guidance services to Vectra clients. His past experience as a computer operator, programmer analyst, IT auditor, audit manager and various security management roles has allowed his to see cyber security issues and threats from a variety of different perspectives. Throughout his career, Kelvin has utilised his extensive auditing and consulting experience – including three decades as a security and risk compliance consultant – to successfully address a number of high-profile IT security challenges for clients across industries. He has achieved Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) Certifications.