10 November 2021 – 11am (AEDT)
Due to scheduling conflicts we have moved our Cyber Security webinar to November 10 at 11am (AEDT). If you registered for the previously scheduled event, please register again for the new date. Casey Ellis has prepared an amazing and highly informative webinar addressing many of the current hot topics we are facing globally. Limited registration are available and these are expected to fill quickly, so please register through the link below to avoid missing out.
ACRNA Webinar #5: Cyber Security – The Unlikely Romance; How Hackers are Defending Control Room Networks
When most folks hear the word “hacker” their reaction is one of fear, but those responsible for cybersecurity are increasingly understanding the role of the “digital locksmiths” amongst us. In this talk, Casey Ellis will unpack the unlikely romance between trusted, good-faith computer hackers, and the people who build and defend software infrastructure. He’ll share insights on how this feedback loop between builders and breakers has broken out of the early-adopter technology bubble to create a more resilient Internet for more traditionally conservative industries, including those where ICS/SCADA make up the core of their business.
There will also be plenty of time for Q&A, so get your questions ready!
About Casey Ellis;
Casey is Bugcrowd’s Chairman, Founder, and CTO. He is a 20+ year information security veteran who has been inventing things and generally getting technology to do things it isn’t supposed to do since childhood.
Casey’s career in cybersecurity has seen him work as a pentester, security/risk consultant and solutions architect, Chief Security Officer, and a serial entrepreneur and company leader. He pioneered the Crowdsourced Security as a Service model by launching the first bug bounty programs on the Bugcrowd platform in 2012, and in 2014 co-founded the disclose.io vulnerability disclosure standardization project.
Casey is a sought-after industry visionary, media commentator, and keynote speaker who has spoken at DEF CON, Black Hat, RSA Conference, Techcrunch DISRUPT, Shmoocon, ENISA, Usenix ENIGMA, Nullcon, Derbycon, SOURCEConf, AISA, AusCERT, and other conferences. He has advised the US Department of Defense, the Australian and UK Intelligence Communities, as well as US House and Senate legislative initiatives, including pre-emptive cyberspace protection ahead of the 2020 Presidential Elections.
Casey, a native of Sydney, Australia, splits his time between Sydney and the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two children.