Episode 372 – What does SOCI mean for the security industry?

Roanne Monte is the CEO and Chief Product Officer of Armatec Global, a Sydney-based impact technology company serving the defence, critical infrastructure, and public and private sectors. With a steadfast commitment to a human-centred approach to product builds, Roanne leads the company in delivering innovative cyber and physical threat intelligence solutions that prioritizes user needs and drive measurable business value. As the creator and co-architect of the company’s flagship platform CapchrTM, Roanne harnesses the power of deep learning (DL), machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to provide cutting-edge solutions that enhance security, protect critical assets, and ensure the safety of individuals and organizations.

An Australian-American raised in Sydney, Roanne holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and psychology graduating cum laude from Harvard University and a juris doctor candidacy under an academic scholarship at Macquarie University Law School.

Roanne Monte, is set to address the Australian Security Conference about Australia’s Critical Infrastructure security. The panel will be discussing implications arising from the Security of Critical Infrastructure (SoCI) white paper, published by the Australian Security Research Centre in partnership with the Department of Home Affairs, which outlines the need for effective risk management and security planning.

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