Big data, analytics, and cyber security – Threat or opportunity?
Norman Disney & Young
Big data consists of extremely large data sets that may be analysed computationally to reveal patterns, trends and associations – especially those relating to human behaviour and interactions. It can be argued that oil is no longer the world’s most valuable currency. Now, it’s data.
With data breaches occurring almost daily and millions of dollars in financial penalties issued due to leaks, hacks and improper handling, organisations need to ask the question: is big data a threat or an opportunity? In this presentation, Frangie will cover the 10 critical “V’s of big data”, along with tips and guidance on how to secure your information.
Frangie has a Graduate Certificate and Master’s Degree in Information Systems Security, numerous industry certifications, and gained the first Australian Computer Society's Certified Cyber Security Professional certification in New South Wales.
Frangie is a highly regarded academic tutor, industry speaker and lead cyber security consultant for Norman Disney & Young. He has more than 20 years of combined experience across information technology, information security and cyber security. Having previously run his own company and worked and consulted for numerous small, medium and large enterprises, Frangie provides a unique approach in delivering both technical and business-level IT, information security and cyber security services.