ISACA ‘SheLeadsTech’ Melbourne Chapter 2018

Event Sponsor – PwC, Melbourne

Joint Session with – Coder Academy

Confirmed speaker

Jo Stewart-Rattray

Chair, ISACA ‘SheLeadsTech’ initiative

Jo will talk about the evolution of the SheLeadsTech program and why we need gender diversity.  Jo will also discuss some of the issues that women face in the technology workforce and how men can help us make a difference to the current position.


followed by

The Upsides of Data Breaches

As breaches become more common, it should not mean that business  should regard their effect with less gravitas, however, their constancy  should lead business to give them a different place in strategic planning.  This is not another session about how terrible cyber attacks are,  instead we will explore the positives and opportunities  from the increasing visibility of data breaches.


Andrew Gordon

Partner, Cyber at PwC

Victor Tsui

Director – Risk Assurance at PwC

Natalie Mu

Senior Manager at PwC

Katherine Wu

Consultant at PwC


followed by

Panel Discussion – ‘Getting women into a tech career’

organised by Coder Academy


Gretchen Scott 
Trainer – Coder Academy

Wendy Keen
Director of Curriculum – Melbourne Girls College

Lindsey Teal
Current student at CA

Louisa Vogelenzang
Cyber Security Leader)

Panel moderated by

Beverley Roche
Cybersecurity Adviser


Monday, 9th July 2018
12:30 pm sign-in for a 1:00pm to 5:00 pm
at PwC, Southbank Melbourne

Afternoon tea will be provided

  • 9 July 2018 - 10 July 2018
    10:30 pm - 3:00 am


2 Riverside Quay, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006, Australia