This year’s Gallipoli Memorial Lecture will be given by Lisa Fong, Director, National Cyber Security Centre New Zealand.
In her lecture, Ms Fong will share her insights on the cyber challenges and opportunities facing New Zealand, and the importance of working with allies to mitigate the increasingly complex global cyber threats that exist today.
Lisa Fong is the Director of the National Cyber Security Centre New Zealand. She has worked for the Government Communications Security Bureau since 2013 and was the Bureau's Chief Legal Adviser and acting Chief Executive, before taking up her current role in 2016.
Held since 2001, each year the Gallipoli Memorial Lecture aims to address the question of how the contribution and sacrifices of Australian and New Zealand forces more than a century ago can inspire countries today to use their military instruments to best effectiveness.
The webinar will be moderated by Dr Mary Haigh, Chief Information Security Officer, BAE Systems plc.
How to attend
To take part you must pre-register no later than 22 April using the ‘Register Now’ button. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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