Learn how the NDB and GDPR could affect the way you
With fines of up to $1.8 million for breaching the NDB scheme and
up to €20 million for non-compliance with GDPR, Australian
businesses are more determined than ever to secure personal data of
customers. The two regulations have significantly raised the bar
for data security – yet there is still confusion around what’s
At this important webinar, you’ll learn about the implications of
these new regulations on your business. Our panel of cloud and
security experts will examine questions like:
- Who is affected by these new regulations?
- What changes do you need to make to comply?
- How do you identify a data breach?
- What is the cost of non-compliance?
- How have these regulations affected Australian companies to
You’ll walk away from the webinar with a solid understanding of
your responsibilities; and a clear picture of how Microsoft and
cubesys can help you comply.
Chris Mohan, Cyber Security Leader
share his wide and varied experience in the use, impact, engagement
and management of cyber security, having helped countless
businesses understand the risks, technology changes and
interactions needed to operate securely in this digitial age.
Kenny Johar Singh, Cloud Solutions Architect,
Kenny is an expert in cloud and mobile
technology, identity and security, messaging and collaboration,
virtualisation and application development, and migration to public
cloud. He’ll share his deep knowledge about how cloud and mobile
technology can be used in a secure and trusted manner to transform
Paul Hardy, Principal Manager – IT Services, Sydney
With over 15 years experience in
the IT sector, Paul has first-hand experience in preparing Sydney
Motorway Corporation for the NDB scheme. He will share his
company’s learnings about what’s required to gain
Paul Heaton, CEO, cubesys
As your webinar host,
Paul will ask the important questions of our panel of experts to
give you peace of mind that your organisation is taking the right
steps to secure customer data and protect itself from data
Who should attend?
Date: 31st May