Hannah Browne

Episode 81 - How secure is your data? Unpacking the importance of cybersecurity with Hannah Browne

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How secure is your data? Unpacking the importance of cybersecurity with Hannah Browne

 

Today on the Take on Board podcast, Helga is speaking to Hannah Browne about cybersecurity.

 

Hannah is on the board of Greenpeace Australia Pacific (GPAP) and is Chair of the Nominations Committee, which is where we met. She also reports into an Advisory Board as the Managing Director of Midnyte City.

 

Hannah is a technology leader and entrepreneur, now building her fifth tech company, Midnyte City. For 15 years she has worked on strategic transformation initiatives with start ups, scale ups and innovative enterprises, helping to build high-performance teams and progressive, digital first, human-centric organisations. Her core skills are in technology leadership, organisational development, building high-performance culture and influencing for change.

 

Contact Hannah or find out more about her: https://www.midnytecity.com.au/

 

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