Join us for our first edition of Cyber Masterclass !
With the rise in email-borne attacks users are being deliberately targeted by cyber criminals for financial gain with great success. 90% of security breaches globally were directly attributed to employee error, through a lack of knowledge, attention and concern. The simple fact is a lot of these breaches could have been avoided through a consistent approach to security awareness training and testing for staff members.
Join Intalock and Mimecast to hear about how we’re solving this problem by delivering world class security awareness training and phishing simulations as a service. And what goes great with phishing, that’d be beer. To close off the Masterclass Malt Traders, Australia’s best purveyor of craft beer, will take us through a tasting 6 beers of varying styles and origins – all of which are limited release.
We will contact you to arrange delivery of beers and will send you a Zoom meeting request for the event upon registration. This event is exclusive and by invitation only, however friends and family are more than welcome to join you on the call on the night, the more the merrier! If you have any questions at all please send your queries to .
Improving Security Awareness
Proactive, Educated Users: Implementation of repeatable and relevant training raises awareness about the potential business impact of poor security practices.
Business Efficiencies: Instilling behaviours that support and embed a culture of security awareness and advocacy will ensure your business is able to realise business benefits and efficiencies.
Reputational Integrity: By committing to on-going security awareness training per industry best practice, your business can demonstrate to clients, business partners and legislative bodies that it adopts a mature approach to managing cyber risk.
Topic: Improving Security Awareness
Date: Thursday 18th June 2020
Time: 5:00pm (AEST)
Duration: 1hr 15mins (inc. Q&A)
Provided: 6 x specialty beers and a free Phishing Assessment
RSVP: 12:00pm Friday 12th June 2020
Nitro Mountain Lager, 5%
Bridge Road Brewing – Beechworth, Victoria
Ski Season may be on hold in our mountainous home region but beer sure as hell isn’t. This hoppy Vienna-style Lager is a massive hit on or off the slopes. Features a lovely white thick head which sits neatly atop the light brown body. The creamy mouthfeel provided by nitrogen carries the fresh flavours of Aussie and American hops outstandingly. Stick your favourite beanie on, light the fire, shake the can and pour into your favourite vessel. Repeat.
Hawaiian Haze DDH Pale Ale, 4.5%
Ballistic Brewing – Salisbury, Queensland
Super on trend at the moment is our DDH pale, combined with Haze this beer is bang on the hype train style of the moment. Typically drinking very easily with a fluffy mouthfeel, but strong hop presence these beers are very easy to drink and typically disappear off shelves by the time the customer reaches the acronym in the name.
Queen of the Damned Red India Pale Ale, 6.2%
Akasha Brewing – Five Docks, New South Wales
Queen of the Damned pours an enticingly deep blood red hue, showcasing the specialty grains that give this beer it’s beautifully rich, malty body. The Queen then delivers a generous hit of hops, with Citra and Centennial bringing citrus and bitterness for perfect balance and a dry finish. Once you’ve been bitten by the Queen, you won’t be able to resist her calls and you’ll be coming back for more.
Funky Pineapple Hand Grenade IPA, 6.8%
Wayward Brewing – Sydney, Australia
Funky Pineapple Hand Grenade is a big, punchy, West Coast IPA… but not as you know it. 100% fermented using our own house strain of Brettanomyces, the beer delivers a veritable explosion of tropical pineapple, mango, peach and citrus aromas, with the Brett fermentation adding an extra layer of complexity and a dry finish with a hint of tartness.
Le Grand Sexy Trappist Ale, 7.8%
Revel Brewing – Bulimba, Queensland
Traditionally a ‘Trappist Ale’ must be brewed within the walls of a Monastery by a monk. This beer is packed with flavour & intrigue, aromas of spice & clove come forward followed by a lush malt body with a characteristic lick of booze on the finish.
Zoooom Choc Pecan Mudcake Stout, 9%
Sauce Brewing – Marrickville, New South Wales
This beer is so new we don’t even have an image for it yet! We’ve teamed up with Bucket Boys and we’re jumping on the pastry stout bandwagon. The boys wanted a COVID-isolation theme, so it seemed only right that we should pay homage to the world’s most prolific COV-activity. Thick, rich, nutty, chocolate-y, dessert-y…oh yeah and it’s beer!