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Sunday, 14 June 2020 23:50

Free Online Roundtable on Cybersecurity in COVID-19 Times and Beyond

By TalentCRU

WEBINAR EVENT INVITE:  With the mass transition to remote working, our businesses are becoming highly dependent on the Internet. So, it’s no surprise that we’ve seen an increase in cyberattacks. However, what’s more concerning is that just 51% of technology professionals* are highly confident that their cybersecurity teams are able to detect and respond to these threats.

Hosted by talentCRU, join us for this free online roundtable where our experts discuss key cybersecurity issues IT leaders are facing during the pandemic, and the challenges that will likely emerge in the coming years.


  • Damon Wynne, Client Service Manager A/NZ, IBM
  • Amit Chaubey, Executive, Australian Information Security Association
  • Jeff Whitton, Group Executive Director Cyber Security, ITIC
  • Sarah Box, Program Manager at Workforce Development, NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node
  • Steve Crooks, Educational Program Management, UTS


  • Trevor Churchley, National Director Project and Workforce Solutions, talentCRU

Plus, submit your questions that you’d like the panellists to discuss when you register. We will be accepting submissions for consideration up until Friday 26th June.

Register Here

*Source: ISACA COVID-19 Study

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