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Thursday 16 June 2022

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Did you know tax time is one of the most common times for businesses to fall victim to cyber-attacks?

It’s more important than ever to be extra vigilant before you click on that link or pay that invoice, especially when they look slightly different from the one you received last time. Cybercriminals are smart and take full advantage of this busy time of year.

This session aims to help you understand:

  • The top 5 things you can implement immediately to protect your business
  • The common cyber-attack tactics to look out for this tax time
  • The steps to undertake if you believe you've fallen victim to a cyber-attack
Alex Adams

Alex Adams

Deputy Commissioner for Service Operations in the Enterprise Solutions and Technology | Australian Taxation Office

Alex is responsible for coordinating information security at a strategic level. The role facilitates communication between cyber security and business functions as well as overseeing the application of information security controls and security risk management processes within the ATO.

Phil Parisis

Phil Parisis

General Manager Product | My Business

A creative and results-driven professional, Phil has a genuine passion for harnessing the latest technology to build solutions that meet the needs of Australian businesses via the development, management and maintenance of innovative strategic processes.

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