ALEX&Co. Parramatta Shop 2-4/330 Church St,
Parramatta, New South Wales
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Anthony White, Canon Australia
ALPMA invites you to a FREE exclusive lunch on how to check, prepare and ultimately protect your business against the current Cyber challenges. With recent high profile data breaches, companies across Australia are reviewing and seeking to reduce the risk and exposure to a criminal cyber-attack.
Our guest speaker is Anthony White, Chairperson of the Australian Online Fraud Council and Fraud and Counterfeit Manager of Canon Australia.
Anthony is a specialist fraud professional, however, in addition to his role at Canon, he is the Chairperson of the Australian Online Fraud Council – an industry collective that works across various verticals. The AOFC is committed to sharing the very latest learnings in the Cyber Security and Financial Crime world from Australia and indeed globally. The ultimate aim is to reduce fraud and risk.
Anthony manages an informal peer-to-peer group that gathers regularly to exchange challenges and solutions across the industry and their organisations. Not only does Anthony imbed a collaborative approach into his work, but he is also busy advocating for collaboration to be the norm in the fight against fraud attacks.
So, join Canon on Thursday, 23rd of February 2023 for FREE lunch and beverages at Alex & Co, Parramatta to hear from Canon’s leading chairperson of the Australian Online Fraud Council on ways to avoid cyber-attacks as well as unlocking better efficiencies and reducing cost.
This is a CANON sponsored event, please no partners.
Limited spots available. RSVP NOW to secure your spot. Registrations close - 16th February 2023.
Fraud & Counterfeit Manager at Canon Australia
Chairperson, Australian Online Fraud Council
Anthony knows about collaboration as a fraud professional – in addition to his role at Canon, he is the Chairperson of the Australian Online Fraud Council – an industry collective across various verticals that come together on an annual basis to collaborate and share learning’s in the fraud and risk mitigation space. Further to this, Anthony also manages an informal peer-to-peer group that gathers regularly to exchange data and talk about what’s happening across their organisations. Not only does Anthony imbed a collaborative approach into his work, he is busy advocating for collaboration to be the norm in the fight against fraud attacks.