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Defend, deter, disrupt: Ending the scourge of cybercrime
CyberCX is excited to announce our next Cyber Dialogue event, featuring former head of the UK National Cyber Security Centre, Ciaran Martin, in conversation with Alastair MacGibbon and Katherine Mansted.

Ransomware and cyber extortion attacks continue to plague organisations across every industry, with governments and cyber security experts around the world warning that these attacks have reached “pandemic” proportions.

In response to this elevated cyber risk, governments, law enforcement and industry are all grappling with ways to build resilience against cyber attacks and fight back against the groups perpetuating cybercrime.

Join us for a highly engaging conversation with thought leaders working at the forefront of today’s cyber security challenges, discussing how we can defend, deter and disrupt cybercrime.

Dec 9, 2021 10:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Ciaran Martin
Ciaran Martin formerly served as head of cyber security at the UK’s GCHQ before becoming the inaugural chief executive of the UK National Cyber Security Centre. He is now Professor of Practice at Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford and serves as a member of CyberCX’s Global Advisory Board.
Alastair MacGibbon
Alastair MacGibbon is Chief Strategy Officer at CyberCX. His leadership experience includes serving in senior cyber roles across government, as National Cyber Security Adviser, head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre and Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, as well as serving as Australia’s inaugural eSafety Commissioner.
Katherine Mansted
Katherine Mansted is Director Cyber Intelligence and Public Policy at CyberCX. Concurrent to this role, she is a Senior Fellow and lecturer at the National Security College, Australian National University. Previously, Katherine has held appointments as a fellow at Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and the Alliance for Securing Democracy in Washington, DC.