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Stronger together: how cyber defence alliances could create a stronger digital economy

Stronger together: how cyber defence alliances could create a stronger digital economy

Speakers General (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Abigail Bradshaw , Rachael Falk and Fergus Hanson

ASPI's International Cyber Policy Centre is delighted to invite you to the webinar 'Stronger together: how cyber defence alliances could create a stronger digital economy'.

At this webinar, panellists General (Ret.) Keith Alexander, former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA), Commander of U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), and founder of IronNet; Abigail Bradshaw CSC, Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC); and Rachael Falk, CEO of the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre, will join moderator Fergus Hanson to discuss the collective measures government, industry, and academia can take to combat cyber threats to the benefit of our digital security and the growth of our digital economy.

The number and sophistication of cyber threats is on the rise from both state and financially-motivated actors. But on the side of the defenders, budgets and resources are not increasing in line with the level of these threats. Yet Australia wants to grow a strong digital economy. How can government, industry and academia work collectively to combat cyber crime and protect our networks, our businesses, our intellectual property and our citizens?

This event is held in partnership with Jacobs.

Register for the event here.

Speakers

General (Ret.) Keith Alexander

General Keith Alexander (Ret.), Founder, Chairman & Co-CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity, is one of the foremost authorities on cybe

Abigail Bradshaw

Ms Abigail Bradshaw was appointed the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) in March 2020. 

Rachael Falk

Rachael Falk is one of Australia’s leading cyber security experts.

Fergus Hanson

Fergus Hanson is the Director of ASPI's International Cyber Policy Centre.