, –pm with Matt Tett, Managing Director of Enex TestLab, CISSP, CISM, CSEPS and CISA
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has just released the latest revisions to its Essential Eight - a prioritised list of mitigation strategies to assist organisations in protecting their systems against a range of adversaries.
Adherence to the Essential Eight is required for Australian government departments and agencies but is also regarded as best practice for the private sector, where many organisations choose to align to it as part of their cyber security capabilities.
Meeting parts of the Essential Eight is considered daunting for many organisations that may choose to cherry-pick their alignment to the strategies. However, security technologies such as Privileged Access Management (PAM) can help organisations bridge the gap for a number of the requirements of the Essential Eight.
Hear from Matt Tett, Managing Director of Enex TestLab, and Scott Hesford, Director of Solutions Engineering, APJ as they delve into the Essential Eight and how PAM aligns to those strategies.
By attending this on-demand webinar you will:
Matt Tett is the Managing Director of Enex TestLab (www.testlab.com.au), an independent ISO17025 accredited testing laboratory with a 30+ year history, ISO 9001 Quality certification, ISO 27001 Security certification and a University heritage. He is also a Director of eMetric P/L (T/AS Honesty Box™).
Matt is a current board director of Communications Alliance (www.commsalliance.com.au) and a former board director of the Internet Industry Association. He is also the current chair of IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA) (www.iot.org.au) enabler Work Stream 3 (eWS-3) – Cyber Security and Network Resilience and sits on the IoTAA Executive Council.
Matt has a deep technical background in network and security systems and he holds the following security certifications in good standing for 17+ years: CISSP, CISM, CSEPS and CISA. He is a certified Government security advisor and retains State and Federal Government security clearances.
Scott Hesford has over a decade of experience in IT security. Before joining BeyondTrust in 2019, he worked as Principal Consultant for CA Technologies and other large enterprises in Australia and New Zealand. A trusted cyber security advisor to enterprise customers, his experience spans across several industries such as banking, insurance, energy and utilities, in addition to state and federal governments. At BeyondTrust, Mr Hesford is an essential contributor in the regional security engineering department, helping enterprises and government agencies improve their security posture against internal and external threats.