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Dr Sally Ernst Travels from BRISBANE, QLD

Topics

  • Creativity / Innovation
  • Disruption
  • E Business
  • Female Speaker
  • Risk Management
  • Strategy And Planning
  • Technology
  • Women In Business


The commercialisation of the internet changed the way we consumed information and functionality to be online. This is a radical innovation. Similarly with cyber security, we are changing that consumption behaviour to be much less insecure. En masse, this will be disruptive to cyber criminals - a disruptive innovation. As a business practice, then - we need to treat it as such.

Dr Sally Ernst is the author of cyber security handbook for executives - Gotcha!

An award winning, international corporate innovator, Sally has a senior commercial background spanning over 15 years and five countries.

Sally talks about growing the digital economy, while making it safer, and demystifies cyber security enabling boards, business leaders and innovators, to act.

The thought leadership Sally delivers allows the audience to connect the dots and apply their learnings to their own businesses and investments, and know the right questions to ask.

Sally delivers a game changing keynote that will open up a new world of opportunities and governance concepts for your audience.

Sally has an MBA and Doctorate, specialising in tech entrepreneurship and radical innovation. She is a Board Member of Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce and secretary of the Association of Fraud Examiners in Brisbane. She has been a lecturer at QUT MBA in e-commerce and entrepreneurship and at UCL - Msc (tech entrepreneurship) in entrepreneurial marketing. She was a finalist - Advance Australia Business Women in the UK in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and the 2012 MGSM Alumni Winner – Rising Star Award.

Keynote Titles

  • Success models for corporate entrepreneurship and radical innovation
  • Cyber security for boards and business leaders
  • Cyber security commercialisation

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