Staff Reporter (Indian Newslink)
Auckland, August 17, 2019
Internationally renowned speakers will outline the ways and means of maintaining and promoting Cybersecurity against the growing menace of hackers and viruses at a forthcoming lecture in Auckland.
Organised by CreateOps and ‘Y-Tech,’ the event will be held from 930 am to 230 pm on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at the Manukau Campus of the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) located at the Corner of Manukau Station Road and Davies Avenue.
Founder-Director Edwina Mistry said that the event is open and free for all.
“We urge parents and teachers also to attend and encourage young adults, along with tertiary and university students and benefit from the talks. This is a unique opportunity to hear from international speakers and experts from local companies such as Kordia, Air New Zealand, Datacom and Xero on how to be Cybersafe,” she said.
‘Y-tech?’ is an event run by Youth for Youth, she added.
Omri Moyal is Co-Founder and Vice-President of Research at Cybersecurity start-up Minerva Labs. Headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel and with offices in New York and Atlanta, Minerva Labs boosts customers’ existing defences without the need to embark upon a costly and risky overhaul of their entire endpoint security architecture. Previously, Omri was CTO at Clearsky Solutions, launched Snakebyte, and Advanced Malicious Attack Simulations start-up, and was selected as part of the Forbes 30 under 30 in 2019.
ClaraTsao was previously the Chief Technology Officer at the US Department of Homeland Security’s Countering Foreign Influence Task Force and the interagency US Countering Violent Extremism Task Force. She was also the Senior Advisor for Emerging Technology at the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency where she worked in the Office of the Director where she helped stand-up the new agency as well as focus on AI, 5G, ICS, IOT, and blockchain.
For Registration and more information, please visit https://ytechnz.squarespace.com/