With both utilities and banks being prime targets for cyber attacks, ANZ’s Jarrod Loidl has plenty of cyber security lessons to teach utilities, and he’ll be sharing his wisdom at the Melbourne event, Secure Utilities.
Mr Loidl, Domain Lead for the Security Enablement Program at ANZ Bank, is a cybersecurity and technology risk leader with experience spanning two decades.
At Secure Utilities, which will showcase the latest in cyber security thinking, Mr Loidl will present on the topic Prime Targets: What can we learn from the world of banking?.
Mr Loidl will explain how, despite their differences, banks and utilities share much in common. They are both considered critical infrastructure by governments around the world and both are prime targets by hackers, cyber criminals, activists and nation states alike.
Mr Loidl will showcase the lessons that can be gleaned from cybersecurity professionals inside the world of banking that can aid those defending the utilities sector.
His presentation will focus the commonalities of both industries and offer several strategies for enhancing the security posture of companies in the utilities sector.
Organisations servicing this sector will also learn what aspects of cyber security will be relevant to them, and of particular interest to their clients.
Prior to ANZ, Mr Loidl worked for a number of organisations including Ernst & Young and Dimension Data, and has delivered security outcomes across a number of Australia’s recognised brands.
He holds an MBA from Deakin University and holds numerous certifications including a CISSP, CISM and CRISC.
What can your utility learn from the world of banking? Our event, Secure Utilities, to be held at the Rendezvous Hotel in Melbourne on 23 March 2017, will ensure your utility keeps up with the latest thinking and technology to keep its assets and data safe.