Thursday 4 October 2018
Concurrent Session 3A
Cyber Security - Improving Your Crisis Management Programme
The Miracle on the Hudson and the ensuing blockbuster film Sully, was an example of excellent crisis management. PwC Director and Forensic Services specialist Campbell McKenzie will explain how Tertiary organisations can look to these lessons when confronted with the threat of cyber crime.
Prepare - Understand your organisation, the emerging technologies being embreaced, and identify the main risks to your most valuable assets. Mitigate these risks through good governance, robust processes, training exercises and effective technology.
Respond - Ensure your team is by your side to help mount an effective response. Rapidly investigate and remediate the underlying causes to enable your organisation minimise the time, financial and reputational costs inflicted by a cyber crisis.
Recover - The effects of a crisis can be felt for some time after it emerges. Thoroughly address the crisis and return to business as usual. Assess the business impact, remediate weaknesses and ineffective processes in order to minimise future occurrences.
Dedicated to solving important problems using technology, Campbell's primary focus is on fighting cyber-crime and helping clients to understand and manage their cyber security risks.
Campbell leads PwC's Auckland Cyber Security team, which is passionate about helping organisations manage technology risk and security so that they can maximise their business opportunities.
With significant forensic technology expertise, Campbell also leads PwC’s Forensic Technology practice. He specialises in electronic investigations, cyber incident response and electronic discovery. He previously worked for the New Zealand Police investigating electronic crime.
Campbell is recognised by the District and High Courts of New Zealand as a forensic technology expert. He has provided evidence in matters involving cyber-crime, financial crime and general litigation. He has also been appointed as an independent expert by the High Court.
Campbell works with a number of New Zealand Tertiary organisations. He has also lectured on Cyber matters at AUT University.