Lunchtime Seminar - Tuesday 5 March 2019

Cyber Responsibility

Building an active cybersecurity culture for better business results
An effective cybersecurity culture is vital to the success of the business to achieve its strategic goals and objectives. Organisations invest in tools and controls to manage cyber risk but often overlook the important contribution that their staff have to keeping the business secure and safe.

The human side of cyber responsibility starts with accountability and responsibility for managing and participating in the cybersecurity programme.

Great cybersecurity is a synergy of people and technology. Learn how you can personally contribute to the cybersecurity culture. 

About the Speaker

image001.png Jeff Herbert, Director of Cybercraft

Jeff is a founder of Cybercraft, a consultancy specialising in cybersecurity, blockchain and privacy. His background encompasses 30 years in the IT industry, focussing on cloud, information security, risk management, and more recently, blockchain. He has founded 6 technology businesses, providing leading edge solutions and consultancy to corporate businesses in Auckland, and has a solid understanding of all aspects of business and the challenges business leaders face. Jeff has also led development projects in cybersecurity and virtual reality.

Jeff often acts as virtual Chief Information Security Officer (virtual CISO) for clients, working Cybercraft.jpgwith  the executive and technology teams to developing and deliver cybersecurity and cyber risk management programmes. He holds the Certified Information Security Manager from ISACA (the international professional association focused on IT governance).


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Lunchtime Seminars - Key Information

  • Lunchtme Seminar charges are $10 fo all RiskNZ members, and $15 for non-members. You can pay directly via credit card online, or an invoice will be sent to you following registration.
  • Seminars commences at 12.15pm and will finish at 1pm.
  • You can join the Lunchtime Seminar at any of the venues below or choose to dial in via webinar

  1. Wellington - KPMG, Lvl 9, 10 Customhouse Quay (Speaker venue)
  2. Auckland - Navigatus, Lvl 2, 347 Parnell Rd, Parnell
  3. Christchurch - Christchurch City Council, Meeting Room 2.05 (This room is on Level 2 and is accessible to the public.  At the top of the stairs/escalator on Level 2 turn left, cross the air bridge and the meeting room is on your immediate left as you leave the air bridge)
  4. New Plymouth - Powerco, Liardet St
  5. Webinar dial-in - If you are unable to join at any of the venues, you can choose to dial in to join the Lunchtime Seminar remotely. Please choose the relevant option when completing the registration form. Webinar information for logging in and participating in the webinar will be shared with registered participants at least one day before the seminar.
Nga mihi,
The RiskNZ Team