The Future of Cybersecurity – A Continuous Assurance Approach

Tuesday 2 August 2022
12:00 - 1:00pm

Join Axenic’s Managing Director and co-owner, Terry Chapman, as he presents a new approach to Cybersecurity.  One that combines the best of expert consulting, cybersecurity know-how and a cutting-edge SaaS platform to make it easy for organisations to move to a Continuous Assurance approach.

Continuous Assurance focuses on the outcome of your organisation becoming more secure; and leaves the heavy compliance paper trail to others that prefer to continue to tick a security checkbox. During this RiskNZ lunchtime seminar Terry will take the attendees through the basics of a Continuous Assurance approach to Cybersecurity and demonstrate the significant value this can bring to an organisation.

Lunchtime Seminars - Key Information

  • Lunchtime Seminar charges are $10 for RiskNZ members, $25 for non-members, or free if you have a RiskNZ Lunchtime Seminar Annual Pass. You can pay directly via credit card online, or an invoice will be sent to you following registration.
  • Seminars commences at 12:00pm and will finish at 1:00pm.
  • Webinar dial-in – Webinar information for logging in and participating in the webinar will be shared with registered participants at least one day before the seminar.

About the presenter:

Terry Chapman – Managing Director Axenic

Managing Director and co-owner of the well-known Wellington-based information security company, Axenic. Axenic has been leading the information security industry since 2009, and they are passionate about their risk based approach to security that helps their customers achieve better business outcomes.

Terry’s career path has seen his interests and focus move through a continuum from technology-centric to business strategy, process improvement and risk management over a span of more than 25 years. Professionally, he thrives on solving big hairy problems.

A veteran presenter, mentor and coach, with a particular interest in helping our young kiwi techies develop their more soft and squishy people and consulting skills.