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AICC-KPMG-UTS 'The Importance of Cyber Security Within Your Organisation', 10 March 2016

Prof. Michael Fraser AM, Professor of Law at UTS and Gary Gill, Chartered Accountant for KPMG discussed the importance of Cyber Security, to gain allies to implement procedures, and to justify the value of a Cyber Security Audit. After all, Cyber Security concerns more than the Information Technology (IT) department.

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, Business should pay more attention to the security of organisation’s connections. It seems like every week there are new headlines about hackers bringing an organisation to its knees. The stolen funds, bad publicity, and embarrassing revelations are front page news. How can you protect your organization from these issues? The best protection is to implement plans and procedures. And the best way to demonstrate the needs for those procedures is to perform a Cyber Security audit and implement the resulting recommendations.

Prof. Michael Fraser AM is a Professor of Law at the University of Technology Sydney. He was a founder and CEO of Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) for twenty one years and a founding director of Australian, foreign and international copyright management organisations. Professor Fraser is Chairman of the Australian Copyright Council, Chairman of the Stolen Generations Testimonies Foundation and Director of the Dictionary of Sydney Trust.

Gary Gill is a Chartered Accountant, and a partner of KPMG in Australia, where he leads the firm’s Forensic practice.  He has spent a twenty seven -year career with KPMG in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Southern Africa. Gary’s experience in the Forensic business spans almost twenty years, with a focus on the prevention, detection and investigation of financial crime, including financial and accounting fraud, bribery and corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, theft of intellectual property and cyber-crime.

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