with Steve Dillon, Head of APAC Architecture, Ping Identity; Malcolm Broad, Director - Technology Risk and Cybersecurity, KPMG; Scott Hesford, Director of Solutions Engineering, APJ
Identity is the new perimeter.
The concept of a secure perimeter created by a corporate firewall is simply not enough to secure today’s organisations.
Users and digital resources can be located anywhere, so securing identity and access is rapidly becoming one of the most critical aspects of cybersecurity.
Watch industry experts Malcolm Broad, Scott Hesford, and Steve Dillon as they discuss identity as the new perimeter, and the role of identity in defending against cyberattacks.
By attending this webinar, you will learn:
Steve Dillon is an identity security expert who has worked with many of Australia’s leading public and private sector businesses during the past 15 years to support their cyber resilience and effective posture against an ever increasing array of threat vectors.
As Head of APAC Architecture for Ping Identity, Steve is responsible for working with organisations to underpin their security infrastructure in support of issues ranging from CDR compliance and achieving Zero Trust to providing personalised, streamlined user experiences that allow customers and employees to access critical applications anytime, anywhere. Curious and creative, he is a trailblazer in enabling organisations to support complex security requirements while providing the seamless user experience required of businesses today.
Malcolm is a Director in KPMG’s Technology Risk and Cyber Security practice in Sydney and leads the Digital Trust & Identity team.
He has over 25+ years’ experience delivering major software and systems transformation programs and application change management for Financial Services, Telecommunications, Aviation, Retail and Government organisations. He has led various businesses both locally and internationally and has significant experience in Identity and Access Management.
Malcolm is known as a strong client advocate with a creative problem-solving mindset and the ability to bring together teams to deliver measurable business outcomes.
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.