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Unpacking the ICT skills gap

Prof. Maurice Pagnucco from UNSW and Vahid Behbood from BT Security, Global Services, were the guests for the most recent NSWCSIN lunchtime leadership event.

Earlier this month, distinguished UNSW Professor Maurice Pagnucco Deputy Dean (Education), UNSW Engineering (on left in this picture) presented research on the ICT skills gap at the Joint Cyber Security Centre in Sydney. BT’s Vahid Behbood explored detail on AI in cyber security. Moderating a lively panel discussion afterwards was NSWCSIN Manager Dr Stephenie Andal (on right in picture.)

Another good turnout of guests reflected the popularity of this monthly series. The lunchtime format is designed to give attendees brief, fresh insights into cyber security challenges and opportunities facing business and government in NSW and to open up conversations within this burgeoning ecosystem.

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