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The second diga.tech event to be held in Dubbo is set to announce it’s fifth speaker, a world leader in the topic of cyber-security and safety. Paul Byrne, a former head of the cyberfraud prevention team at the National Australia Bank and former National Director of Deloitte’s Cyber Attack Response team, will speak at the event. READ MORE: Dubbo diga.tech 2019 to be bigger than ever, organisers say 2019 diga.tech: Tech guru who helped develop first in-flight internet system to visit Dubbo 2019 diga.tech: Agricultural expert Sarah Nolet named as first speaker His talk will cover the pressing need for Australian small businesses to insulate themselves against the threat of online fraud and cyber attacks. “I am passionate about simplifying the complexity of cyber-security and empowering business teams to measure and manage them to stay ahead of cyber-criminals,” Mr Byrne said. “I will be presenting on the current state of cybercrime; it’s evolution and the threats faced by small businesses.” “I will describe how organised crime monetises digital information and an insight into the industrialisation of crime-as-a-service.” Mr Byrne is the head of Amplify Intelligence, which is focused on small business cyber-security. The diga.tech event will be held on August 20.

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