Jana D’Labaya Product Marketing Team Manager at Telstra Jana is a Product Marketing Team Manager at Telstra. She has worked in the marketing field across the UK and Australia in a range of industries including Financial Services, NFP and IT & Telecommunications working at Royal Bank of Scotland, Macquarie Bank and Telstra. Jana is passionate about diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and is a member of Telstra’s Brilliant Connected Women and has participant in FitT’s Mentoring program both as
Ruth-ann Santangelo Associate Director of Digital, Service and Automation, Optus From cloning human DNA to leading the Implemented Robotic Operations Centre at Optus, Ruth-ann Santangelo shares career journey, tips and why we should always back ourselves. Tell us about your role? I work in the Business Partner team within IT – as Associate Director of Digital, Service and Automation – where we are the conduit between our business groups and our technical IT teams. We work to understand the requirements
Alison O’Hare ANZ Technical Director at Mimecast Alison started her career at Mimecast as Service Delivery Director based out of Boston, Massachusetts. She has more than 19 years’ experience in IT gained across roles in cybersecurity and network engineering. As Mimecast’s regional ANZ Technical Director, Alison oversees the growth and development of Mimecast’s pre-sale/technical consulting and professional services teams. Her primary responsibility is finding solutions for the technical and business challenges prospects might have and delivering the best customer outcomes.
Samm Macleod, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at AGL shares how her passion for cybersecurity started and what she does to protect her family at home. What sparked your interest in cybersecurity? My cybersecurity passion started way back when it was Information Security and all about compliance; there was little by way of the Internet of Things (IoT) and my mobile phone was a Nokia. I hit peek nerd when I led an internal audit on security and risk for the