Topic: State of the digital nation - Cyber security in Australia 2021
Please join Craig Baty, Principal and Founder of DataDriven and author of the report ‘State of The Digital Nation: Cyber security in Australia 2021’, for an online presentation on the updated key findings, which builds on the first survey done in 2020 and followed by an engaging panel discussion about current realities on the ground.
To add value to our members and partners ongoing understanding of cyber security, AISA has partnered with research company DataDriven for a second year in this survey of 120 ICT decision makers in Australia. It is a drill-down into the area of cyber security and related technologies and services through the eyes of the people who manage, deliver and purchase these technologies – the ICT decision makers.
What this report covers:
The report provides key findings from the survey – some of which will confirm what we already know and some which will surprise. Last year, the hype around cyber security seemed to be aligned to its importance for decision makers. Members may have found this to be encouraging, but possibly as digital initiatives progress and with the pandemic, fewer, 44% said it was important this year.
This survey was conducted as the COVID-19 pandemic was well progressed and it is likely these decision makers had to dramatically shift their focus. The pandemic accelerated the adoption of digital technologies and remote work, putting pressure on executives to do more with less to serve their customers.
Read the 2021 report: www.aisa.org.au/research
Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions. This webinar will be recorded and the recording will be made available to registrants.
Craig Baty is Principal and Founder of DataDriven, an Australian based research and advisory firm specialising in research-based data-driven thought leadership, ICT strategy consulting for technology users and providers, outsourcing, vendor management, competitive intelligence, and technology go-to-market enablement projects.
Craig has over 30 years of executive and board-level experience in the ICT industry, including as a Group VP and Head of Gartner Research AP/J, CEO of Gartner Japan, Global VP Frost & Sullivan, EGM Marketing and CTO Fujitsu ANZ, GM Marketing Strategy and Alliances at BT Syntegra Australia, and more recently as VP Global Strategy and VP Digital Services in Fujitsu Tokyo HQ.
As a well-known ICT commentator and analyst, Craig has written more than 200 research pieces and presented at over 1,500 events globally. He is also regularly quoted in regional media. Craig is actively involved in the ICT community as a board member of the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) and Vice Chair of the Australian Computer Society NSW (ACS). He is currently also pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration by Research (DBA) in the area of national culture and ICT strategic use and investment.
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Date: Thursday 20 January 2022
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEDT (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney & Hobart)
- 11:30am - 12:30pm ACDT (Adelaide)
- 11:00am - 12:00pm AEST (Brisbane)
- 9:00am - 10:00am AWST (Perth)
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