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Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world
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Mike Seddon Telecom NZ: New Zealand Internet Task Force – Building trust from the bottom of the world

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Mike Seddon, Operational Security Manager, Telecom NZ, and co-founder and Chair of the New Zealand Internet Task Force (NZITF) delivered this presentation at the 2013 Corporate Cyber Security Summit. …

Mike Seddon, Operational Security Manager, Telecom NZ, and co-founder and Chair of the New Zealand Internet Task Force (NZITF) delivered this presentation at the 2013 Corporate Cyber Security Summit. The event examined cyber threats to Australia’s private sector and focussed on solutions and counter cyber-attacks. For more information about the event, please visit the conference website http://www.informa.com.au/cybersecurityconference

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  • 1. New  Zealand  Internet  Task  Force   Improving  the  cyber  security  posture  of  New  Zealand   Building  Trust  at  the  bo2om  of  the  world   Mike  Seddon     NZITF  Chair  &  Telecom  NZ  OperaBonal  Security  Manager  
  • 2. Programme   •  Who  Am  I?   •  New  Zealand   •  The  Birth  of  a  Trust  Group   •  The  Early  Days   •  Growing  Up  (coming  out)   •  The  Way  We  Work  and  What  We  Have  Done   •  Who’s  In  and  Who’s  Out?   •  An  Offer  and  InvitaKon   •  Q&A  
  • 3. Who  Am  I?   •  $DayJob  =  OperaKonal  Security  Manager  for   Telecom  New  Zealand   •  Chair  –  NZITF  
  • 4. New  Zealand  (Middle  Earth)  
  • 5. New  Zealand  (Middle  Earth)  
  • 6. What  is  the  NZITF?   The  New  Zealand  Internet  Task  Force  is  a     non-­‐profit  with  the  mission  of  improving   the  cyber  security  posture  of  New   Zealand         It  is  a  collaboraBve  effort  based  on  mutual   trust  of  it’s  members  
  • 7. The  Birth  of  a  Trust  Group   •  Following  BTF7  and  Cyber  Storm  II  cyber   exercise  in  2008  the  NZ  Botnet  Task  Force  was   formed   •  Renamed  NZITF  early  2009  as  the  focus  evolved   and  membership  expanded  
  • 8. The  Early  Days   •  We  started  small  without  any  big  fanfare   •  Coordinated  by  CCIP  around  other  meeKngs   •  Shoulder  taps  and  introducKons   •  Increasing  acKvity  levels  of  NZITF  required  the   need  for  a  Steering  Commi`ee  to  be  established  in   2009    
  • 9. Growing  Up  (coming  out)   •  Formally  Incorporated  in  2011   •  Membership  fee  structure  introduced   •  First  adverKsed  public  event  
  • 10. NZITF  Board   •  Telecom  NZ,  Mike  Seddon  (Chair)   •  Domain  Name  Commission,  Barry  Brailey  (Vice  Chair)     •  Bank  of  New  Zealand,  Chester  Holmes  (Secretary)   •  Internet  NZ,  Dean  Pemberton  (Treasurer)   •  Dept.  Internal  Affairs,  Toni  Demetriou   •  Vodafone,  Steve  MarKn   •  PWC,  Adrian  van  Hest  
  • 11. What  has  the  NZITF  done?   •  CoordinaKng  technical  training   •  Targeted  Threat  Workshop   •  Security  Architecture  training   •  Wireless  Security  Training  course   •  Team  Cymru  Botnet  Forensics   •  Honeynet  Project  and  Shadowsever  Botnet   Defense/Offence  courses   •  CSIRT  introducKon   •  Open  Source  Intelligence   •  Windows  Reverse  Engineering  
  • 12. What  has  the  NZITF  done?   •  Support  industry  and  community  iniKaKves   •  Graduate  secondments  into  industry   •  Support  research  iniKaKves  
  • 13. The  Way  We  Work   •  Members  are  nominated  and  vouched  on   •  Traffic  Light  Protocol   •  MeeKngs   •  Training   •  Working  Groups  
  • 14. Current  NZITF  IniBaBves   • NZITF  working  groups   • CREST  NZ   • Cyber  Security  Surveying   • Cyber  Exercising  Framework   • Botnet/Malware   • Judiciary  Outreach   • TRUST.nz   • Responsible  Disclosure    
  • 15. CREST  NZ   •  The  NZITF  set  up  working  group  to  establish  CREST   NZ    Council  of  Registered  Ethical  Security  Testers   •  No  professional  voice  or  representaKon  for  the   penetraKon  tesKng  industry   •  Lack  of  educaKon  and  training  courses   •  Skill  set  shortage  in  New  Zealand   •  Growing  internaKonal  cerKficaKon   •  CREST  Australia  is  now  up  and  running  
  • 16. NaKonal  Exercising  Framework   •  Exercising  tests  and  improves  the  levels  of   preparedness  for  a  significant  cyber  incident   •  Develop  a  framework  and  schedule  for   conducKng  cyber  exercises:   •  Scenario  Discussions   •  Table  Top  Exercises  (TTX)   •  CommunicaKons  Checks   •  NaKonal  and  InternaKonal            Full  Play  Exercises  
  • 17. Cyber  Security  Survey   •  Limited  NZ  metrics  for  decision  makers   •  Want  to  provide  insight  into:   •  Cyber  security  posture  of  New  Zealand   •  Impact/cost  of  cyber  crime  to  New  Zealand   •  What  future  resources  New  Zealand  requires   •  Survey  to  provide  feedback  to  parKcipants   •  Conduct  annually  if  valuable    
  • 18. Botnet/Malware   •  Assess  current  NZ  infecKon  rates   •  IdenKfy  exisKng  data  sources  of  botnet  infecKons   and  compromised  New  Zealand  based  websites     •  Recommend  which  potenKal  miKgaKons  would   be  effecKve  in  New  Zealand  and  the  stakeholders   for  each   •  IdenKfy  possible  technical  and  policy  based   miKgaKons  
  • 19. Judiciary  Outreach   •  Extending  a  hand  of  support  and  experKse  to   NZ  Judiciary   •  Breadth  of  NZITF  membership  to  draw  from   •  Training  opportuniKes     •  Expert  witnesses  
  • 20. Who’s  In  and  Who’s  Out?  
  • 21. An  Offer  
  • 22. Q&A   info@nzim.org.nz   Mike.seddon@nzim.org.nz   Mike.seddon@telecom.co.nz  
  • 23. Improving  the  cyber  security  posture  of  New  Zealand  

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