Talk on Risk profile at the ALGA lunch seminar (20 June 2017)

Talk on Risk profile at the ALGA lunch seminar (20 June 2017)

Talk on Risk profile at the ALGA lunch seminar (20 June 2017)

On 20 June 2017, Les Bell, Adjunct Lecturer of Computing Department and a member of the Cyber Security Hub made a presentation on Risk Management at the National General Assembly (NGA) at the National Convention Centre, Canberra.

As stated on the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) website, the NGA represents a unique opportunity for leading Australian companies to connect with over 800 delegates from councils across Australia.


The NGA is the premiere event in the local government calendar and is an opportunity for key local government representatives to debate issues of national significance, hear from political and academics speakers as well as to develop policy and fiscal strategy for the coming year.


Local government plays a significant role in the national economy and councils play critical roles in their local economies. The NGA provides an important opportunity for the sector to unite and build on the work of the ALGA Board and State and Territory Local Government Associations strengthen the contribution that local government makes.


The lunch seminar at the ALGA conference attracted 55 attendants, coming from Australian leading companies to hear presentations from Stuart Mort, Optus Director of Cyber of Security, and Les Bell.

Les Bell, cyber security hub

Les Bell, Adjunct Lecturer of Computing Department and a member of the Cyber Security Hub

In particular, Les discussed what a risk profile is, how companies can measure this and next steps. For more details, please view Les' presentation slides PDF, 1402.32 KB.

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