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Manoj Bhatt

Head of Cyber Security and Advisory, Telstra Purple LinkedIn

Cyber security is more than a technical discipline. As an industry, we are making significant progress in opening up discussion and encouraging positive changes to culture, leadership and board-level influence on our profession.

In the last year, we’ve seen an increase to the threat landscape as a result of COVID-19. Nearly two-thirds (65%) of IT decision makers reported that the number of cyberattacks experienced by their organisation has increased as a result of the pandemic, according to a recent Telstra report in conjunction with Vanson Bourne.

This demonstrates just how important those working at the coal face of security leadership are to keeping us safe. And that’s one of the main reasons why ClubCISO exists.

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