We have never lived in a world with such rapidly evolving technological innovations. To drive organisations into the future, we must be adopters of future-focused business models to remain competitive and to deliver a superior customer experience.
The long-awaited return of the JuiceIT in-person events – across Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane – offer a full day of informative presentation sessions, demonstrations and product showcases from world-leading technology vendors and is widely regarded as a “must attend” event on the IT calendar for key decision makers and IT Managers alike.
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Join us for an eye-opening morning keynote from Global Futurist and Digital Evangelist, Chris Riddell. This will be followed by 6 informative breakout sessions hosted by Data#3 and world-leading technology vendors. You can select to attend one of 4 streams within each session. As security is a top business and technology priority for all organisations, stream 2 within each breakout session will be dedicated to the topic of delivering the digital future, securely. All streams within session 5 will be practical demos, allowing you to get under the hood. View the agenda below to learn more and to plan out your day.
Welcome to country, Chris Riddell and Data#3 C-Suite
By now, the majority of organisations have established some form of cloud presence and are operating in a hybrid environment. This brings with it a raft of governance and security challenges. Questions arise, such as how do you govern a hybrid environment? How do you manage compliance and risk? How do you manage and forecast cloud spend? And how does an operations teams effectively manage these environments? Attend this session to understand best practices on effective governance, tooling, operation and opportunities to make your organisation more productive and secure in Azure.
Scott Gosling – National Practice Manager: Microsoft
John Thiele – Azure Solution Specialist
Every organisation will experience a Cyber Security Incident; how they respond will determine the impact. A good response requires a well-orchestrated plan, proper tools and visibility.
In this session, we will look at “Day 2”, what happens directly after your organisation has identified a security incident. We will share our experiences helping customers respond to incidents and best practices you can adopt to ensure you are “security incident ready”.
Richard Dornhart – National Security Practice Manager
Cloud, Internet and SaaS are fundamentally changing enterprise architectures, creating a massive visibility gap as mission-critical infrastructure and applications move beyond an enterprise’s four walls. ThousandEyes Internet and Cloud Intelligence provides a holistic global view of digital experience, enabling organisations to see the Cloud, Internet and SaaS like their own environment and detect and react to Internet events in real time. In this session, you’ll learn how ThousandEyes (part of Cisco) provides insights within minutes of getting started; how we empower you to quickly detect, correlate and resolve issues with pinpoint accuracy; and how with Cisco we broaden your ability to monitor and deliver optimal end-user experience through visibility across your entire digital supply chain.
Shiv Radhakishun – Head of ANZ Channel, ThousandEyes
Al da Silva – Technical Solutions Architect, ThousandEyes (Adelaide)
Todd Anscombe – Technical Solutions Architect, ThousandEyes (Perth)
Heath Russell – Channel Technical Solutions Architect APJC, ThousandEyes (Brisbane)
Cisco Extended Detection and Response (XDR) capabilities solve key challenges that security leaders have highlighted such as limited visibility, a lack of context and correlation, and the need to be able to recover quickly from a security incident. After a tumultuous year, join our ANZ security leader for a discussion of where the security industry is heading in 2023, what you can do about critical issues that emerged last year, the impact of large-scale breaches, staff shortages, and the focus on security for all.
Corien Vermaak, Director of Cybersecurity Australia and New Zealand – Cisco
Ransomware attacks have become a growing concern for organisations of all sizes across Australia and New Zealand, resulting in significant financial losses and damage to reputation and customer trust. In today’s hybrid digital age, data is critical for businesses and its protection is essential.
Having a robust backup strategy in place is crucial for protecting against ransomware attacks. The Veeam Platform provides organisations with data resiliency through relentless security, fast, reliable recovery, and data freedom solutions for their hybrid cloud.
It seamlessly integrates with AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, and offers native backup and application mobility for Kubernetes. Additionally, it has integrations with some of the most data-intensive SaaS workloads like M365 & Salesforce, giving you the freedom to choose the solution that best fits your needs.
With Veeam, you can rest assured that your data is protected and can be recovered quickly in the event of a cyber-attack. The platform takes a multi-layered approach to cyber resiliency, starting with trusted immutable backups as the foundation of any successful ransomware protection strategy.
Immutable backups cannot be modified or deleted, even by an attacker who has gained access to your systems. This ensures that even if an attacker encrypts or modifies your data, you will still have a pristine copy of your data that can be restored.
John Wood – Head of Systems Engineering | Australia & New Zealand
The datacentre has gone beyond a room on premises and evolved to become a complex environment including private and public cloud, colocation and on-premise architecture. With a large number of customers reassessing their investments in cloud and focussed on utilising technology as a business enabler, the questions most IT departments are asking is- ‘How do I reassess my environment to achieve my goals’. Join this session to hear from Industry experts on what is takes to build a hybrid environment.
Siobhan Delaney-Miller, Strategic Partner Manager, Schneider Electric (Adelaide)
Beau Alderson, Client Relationship Executive (Perth)
Astrid Groves, General Manager- Sales, IT/Edge (Brisbane)
Poor access management, default passwords, credential stuffing, phishing, and abusing stolen credentials and DDOS attacks are all too common causes of security breaches, keeping security leaders up at night. Couple this with businesses’ drive for productivity gains – it’s a balancing act. In many ways walking a tightrope between security and productivity is less about achieving balance, which is a static state, and more about dynamically managing the imbalance. In this presentation, you will discover how the boundaries have blurred between corporates’ requirements for security while empowering people with less complexity to improve productivity. And uncover insights gained as business move beyond passwords, towards a passwordless experience, and focus on identity in their quest to keep people secure while delivering profit.
Daniel Comarmond, Delinea Sales Engineer
Organisations are under increasing pressure to do more with less – in a sustainable way. This must be done against a backdrop of increasingly sophisticated cyber threats. The investments made leading into the pandemic must be translated into enhanced productivity outcomes for staff. Attend this session to understand enhancements in sustainability and effective procurement for Microsoft’s industry leading devices, best practices in governance for M365 and how to allow staff to be productive – all while being secure.
Mark Pattie – Modern Work Solution Specialist
Srikanth Nandigam – Microsoft Solution Architect
Join Logitech’s B2B and Education Business Manager, Andrew Rezk, as he discusses the evolution of the overall experience for the workforce, how it has changed over the years, what it is like now, and why the future of workspaces will continue to evolve.
Andrew Rezk, B2B and Education Business Manager
Data breaches in Australia are on the rise with many high-profile organisations being compromised. At the same time, the distributed nature of our workforce and applications means more information lies outside our control than ever before. All of this data must be protected, yet accessible, by employees, customers, and third parties. Many organisations are grappling with how to protect sensitive data and tie risk, compliance and security controls into a cohesive strategy to avoid being the next public case study in data loss.
Attend this session to learn how customers are adapting their information protection strategies to mitigate against information theft and ransom, as well as meeting ever-changing and increasingly complex regulatory requirements. Consultants from Business Aspect will share observations from real-world customer engagements, and share recommendations and best practices for implementing an information protection strategy and policy. Data#3’s security experts will then connect how Microsoft’s Information Protection solutions can protect sensitive corporate data from compromise, loss or theft.
Paul Green – Principal Information Security Consultant, Business Aspect
Chris Harvey – Principal Security Architect, Data#3
With the wider adoption of “hybrid IT” our data lives in multiple places; M365, data centres, hyper-scale clouds and more. How can we leverage the cloud to protect our data and enable recovery when an event (natural disaster, ransomware or something else) happens?
Dave Hamilton – Senior Systems Engineer, 11:11 Systems APAC (Adelaide and Perth)
Marc Beder – General Manager, APAC (Brisbane)
In the past 2 years businesses have experienced the acceleration and strategic importance of digital transformation projects. Against this backdrop of an accelerated digital economy, we have seen that data underpins this digital future. Accurate data provides the foundation from which business decisions are made that drive consumer services and experiences.
Over time consumer data has become incredibly valuable and enables organisations to create differentiated products and great customer experiences. But the value of digital data has also become a magnet for the modern-day criminal. They know the value of your data, to your business and to your reputation. Is your data protected or are you vulnerable to the modern day digital bank robber?
Organisations that can effectively capture, store, protect and ultimately serve the right data, to the right application, to create the right consumer experiences are the ones that will thrive in a digital future. Hear how Pure Storage helps organisations thrive in this digital world to avoid paying the ransomware bandits.
Mark Jobbins – Field Chief Technology Officer & Vice President, Asia Pacific and Japan
Join us for a look at the latest Adobe innovations across the Document and Creative Clouds that help your organisation create, transform, and deliver exceptional digital experiences. The future is bright with Adobe Acrobat Pro and brighter with Microsoft and Adobe to deliver end-to-end document workflows and automation. See how Creative Cloud has evolved with workflows to manage people, assets, and how new services help you build and collaborate on content for today’s communications.
Matt Davis – Principal Solution Consultant
We’ve all seen the increase in the cyber threat landscape and the massive impact cyber-attacks have had locally and globally – what’s next big thing? More importantly, what will this mean practically mean for your organisation?
As a global cyber security giant and leader, Trend Micro’s research is second to none. Join Andrew as he share an exclusive insight into key findings from Trend Micro 2023 global security predictions. Discover top threat vectors, pressing security concerns, new attack surface worth watching out for, and learn why over 50% of organisations have the need to adopt a security platform approach to improve cyber defence capabilities and modernise their SOC strategy.
Andrew Philp, Platform Strategy Lead ANZ