CYBER UNCUT: Using Australian cyber regulation as a global blueprint for tackling crime, with Rapid7’s Sabeen Malik

Defence Connect Podcast Network

15-04-2024 • 53 mins

In this episode of the Cyber Uncut podcast, Sabeen Malik, vice-president of global government affairs and public policy at Rapid7, joins Liam Garman to discuss the changing nature of global tech policy – applauding Australia’s stringent cyber security legislation.

  • The pair begin the podcast by discussing Malik’s time developing tech policy within the Obama administration and how there is a hesitancy among policymakers to acknowledge the nefarious application of popular new technologies.
  • Malik then applauds Australia as a world leader in cyber security and recommends that Australia could strengthen its frameworks yet further with privacy regulations that make cyber personally relevant to all individuals and organisations.
  • They then discuss the necessity of public-private partnerships for cyber security, given the expertise of the private sector.
  • The podcast wraps up with some tips for businesses to get ahead of the curb and prepare for future regulations in the sector, including developing bespoke processes based on unique risk profiles.

Enjoy the podcast,
The Cyber Uncut team

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