Cyber Security in a Language Anyone can Understand
Gotcha! The essential handbook on Cyber Security for business executives. Gotcha! raises awareness of the serious nature of the cyber security threat and provides practical steps and key questions that will help assess potential threats.
Gotcha! Is an easy-to-read, yet deeply informative resource book that addresses the crucial issues of 21st century life. Taking a vital step towards bridging the gap between cyber security experts and the influence of the board, executive and management you will be empowered with the tools necessary to protect yourself and your organisation.
Why is Cyber Security so important? From communication to commerce, our entire modern way of life we are dependent on the internet. Cybercrime is a new danger that affects everyone.
Gotcha! includes cyber security risk assessment checklists for individuals to small companies to large organisations that will enable you to assess the potential risk and take action!
Gotcha! An essential resource book that has not come a moment too soon.
About the Author
Dr. Sally Ernst, co-founder UK and Australian Cyber Security Networks (www.CSNs.co), has over 15 years leadership experience in British and Asia-Pacific tech companies. She has held board positions, contributed to government-led forums, and invested in start-ups. Sally’s Doctorate, along with her MBA, specialises in tech intrapreneurship in a radical innovation context and she continues to be involved in industry research. An international cyber security strategist and businesswoman, Sally regularly speaks on cyber security from a business perspective.
Troy Braban, a brilliant sponsor of things he believes in. Troy is passionate about people, leadership and building great teams. He is a strategy and change leader and has worked in senior roles in the finance, telecommunications, government and entertainment industries. He also worked in the consulting industry for many years and has experience in delivering large transformation programs. Troy was one of the founding members of the Australian IT Security Expert Advisory Group for the Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council on Australia’s National Critical nfrastructure. Troy won the 2014 AusCert / SC Magazine Australian CISO of the Year and being part of his team was voted the best place to work at the AISA National Conference 2014.