Why Hacking Physical Security And IOT Is Easy And What To Do About It

Cyber breaches are in the news every single day. These breaches happen because of weak of poorly configured information security systems, lack of user awareness and systems that are badly managed and maintained. This applies particularly to physical security systems, IoT and SCADA.

At this year’s Security Exhibition and Conference (26-28 July),  discusses information security trends, demonstrate a live hack into a mobile device and talk about how the security industry can adopt strong cyber security defences to protect both their own organisation as well as their customers.

Tony is the Cyber Security Practice Director of Sententia, a boutique provider of advanced information security and information management services for Enterprise, Government and Financial Services. Tony has an accomplished technical and engineering background, having completed his B. Science in Computing Science from the University of Technology, Sydney and completed his Global Executive MBA from the University of Sydney which included study at Standford University, the London School of Economics and the Indian Institute if Management.

He will commence study for the Juris Doctor (JD) Law Degree from the University of New South Wales in 2018 to focus on information security legal practice upon completion. Tony’s information security credentials include CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) and certified ISO27001 Lead Auditor. Tony is a member of the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) and is also associated with the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC). Tony has a raft of vendor certifications including with Cisco, Check Point, Blue Coats, Fortinet, and McAfee and has been involved in the information technology and information security area for 25 years.

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