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CPN Annual General Meeting and Risks of Working from Home or Remotely - 18 Nov 2020
The Annual General Meeting of the Corruption Prevention Network Limited will be held first from 12:30 - 12:45pm, followed by our topic this month: Risks of Working from Home or Remotely.

During the COVID-19 pandemic working from home, or remotely, has become the “norm” for many workers. Using media such as Zoom, Skype, etc and unsecured computers can have cyber threat implications.

Minimising physical, cyber, and other risks at a worker’s home may be different to what employers implement at the usual workplace.

Employers need to address :-
- communication frequency and type between the employer and worker;
- cyber threats;
- management of the work program, workload, activities and working hours;
- the surrounding work environment;
- work practices and physical activity;
- mental health and wellbeing of the worker;
- other responsibilities the worker may have such as facilitating online learning for children or a caring role; and
- what if a worker contracts COVID-19 while working remotely?

Workers also have obligations to minimise risks when working from home. What are these?

A panel will discuss how we can address these issues.

Paul Cullen
Associate Director Fraud and Corruption Control Internal at Sydney Trains & NSW TrainLink

Nov 18, 2020 12:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Lewis Ragnott
Executive Director, Corruption Prevention @NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption
Lewis Rangott started his corruption prevention career at the Commission in 2003 as a senior corruption prevention officer and principal officer. He then held senior corruption prevention roles in the public and private sectors before being appointed to the position of Executive Director, Corruption Prevention, in May 2017. Mr Rangott is also a certified fraud examiner.
Jason Plumridge
Managing Consultant, Security Advisory @Pure Security
Jason is the Managing Consultant, Security Advisory responsible for Governance Risk and Compliance for NSW and QLD with Pure Security. Pure Security is the largest Cyber Security company listed on the ASX. Jason has a wealth of experience from his time as a NSW Police Officer involved in Computer Forensics and Investigation before working in professional services with Ernst & Young, BDO and Certitude Technology Risk Services and his own company Vestinex Pty Ltd focussing on IT Governance and Risk Management and Fraud prevention services. Jason is also the CIO & Director of the Corruption Prevention Network.
Adam Simms
Partner, Advisory, Forensic Services @BDO Australia
Adam has a unique background, with more than 25 years of investigation and financial crime risk management experience. This includes practising law and working within Law Enforcement, Australia’s competition regulator, Big 4 banking, one of Australia’s largest insurance providers and private consulting. Adam’s substantial experience in fraud control and operational risk has allowed him to provide solutions of varying complexity to both private and public sector clients. As a Partner of Forensic Services at BDO, Adam assists clients by providing investigation, risk management, and advisory services. He specialises in matters related to financial crimes and other misconduct including corruption, fraud, money laundering, terrorism financing, misappropriation of assets, and technology-related crime.