Blockchain updates and stolen crypto currency by Brett Williams and Dolly Brtan

When:  Apr 4, 2023 from 17:30 to 19:00 (ET)
Associated with  Melbourne Chapter

Date: 4th April 2023 @ 5:30pm
CPU: 1 CPE Virtual & 1.5 CPE Physical Attendance
1. On-premise at EY, 8 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000 and check-in at reception. Presentation followed by refreshments and networking
2. Virtual via Zoom Session

Blockchain technology has the potential to transform various industries, but its rapid adoption has also brought new challenges in the realm of cybersecurity.

To address these challenges, it's crucial to explore the intersections between blockchain and cybersecurity.

Attendees will learn about the risks and opportunities that blockchain presents, as well as what industry leaders, the regulators and law enforcement are doing to combat fraud, safeguard and defend against potential assaults.

We will also delve into the world of crypto scams, pump‐and‐dump schemes including what tactics and strategies fraudsters are using to lure investors into their traps, using phishing attacks, fake ICOs, and Ponzi schemes.

Dolly Brtan MACS CP

Dolly is a multi‐disciplined IT and finance professional with over 30 years experience in the FinTech industry

Dolly serves as a Chair of the Australian Computer Society (Vic) Blockchain Community of Interest Group and serves as a member of the Audit, Risk & Compliance committee. Dolly is a licenced fund manager with expertise in alternative investments.

Brett Williams

Brett is a 29 year professional in IT and security known for his deep understanding of the security landscape and ability to operationalise intelligence and build robust security and threat intelligence programs. He is one of the organizers of BSides.


8 Exhibition St
Melbourne, Vic 3000