The Security and Risk Leaders’ Virtual Roundtable

An exclusive online discussion for senior security, risk, resilience and operations executives across Australia and New Zealand

With rapid increases in security risks and current systems and processes struggling to cope with real-time demand, the pressure has reached a crisis point for many security teams. 

The security and risk leaders’ virtual roundtable, hosted by Dataminr, will bring together some of the best minds in security, risk, resilience, and operations from enterprises across Australia and New Zealand. For organisations both at the beginning phases of building their Security Operation Center (SOC) or those looking to future proof their security posture, this discussion will explore how to build the SOC of the future with real-time information. 

Our discussions are very much inclusive and involve all the wealth of experience from the senior peers.

Job titles include CSOs, CISOs, CROs, COOs, Heads of Security, Safety, eGM Security, eGM Group Protective Services, Group Business Resilience,  Financial Crime Management, Workplace Security, Executive Protection, Corporate Risk, Brand & Reputation and Managers responsible for Financial Crime & Threat Intelligence across Australia and New Zealand.

Attendance is by invitation only and is, of course, complimentary.

Building the security operations centre of the future with real-time information

Security teams are hard at work on the front lines every day, identifying, analysing and mitigating threats to their organisation. However, the sheer multitude of risk events often makes it difficult for even the best teams to prevent backlogs. 

Many organisations are finding value in centralising these functions in a Security Operation Centre (SOC). From building the SOC to managing it and future-proofing security postures, security leaders have to adapt to ever-changing business needs now more than ever. 

  • What is the cost of inaction in a diverse and ever-changing risk landscape?
  • How are leading security teams leveraging AI and real-time information to drive a best practice crisis response?
  • What are the key considerations when establishing or future-proofing your SOC?

11:30 am: Welcome address by The Ortus Club
11:35 am: Introduction of participants
11:40 am: Short address from Dataminr
11:45 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:45 pm: End of session

Dataminr is the world’s leading AI platform that detects the earliest signs of high-impact events and emerging risks from publicly available information. We discover, distill and deliver alerts from the increasingly diverse and complex landscape of publicly available information—including social media, blogs, information sensors, and the dark web—ensuring that people have the knowledge they need to act with confidence

  • Head of Global Security at TOLL
  • GM of Internal Audit and Risk at Jemena
  • GM of Safety, Health & Environment at Melbourne Water
  • Manager of National Safety at Officeworks
  • Manager of Physical Security at University of Melbourne
  • Operations Controller at University of Sydney
  • IT Security Lead at Charter Hall

Tuesday, 13th of April, 2021

11:30 AM AEST

Hosted by:

Martie BautistaThe Security and Risk Leaders’ Roundtable