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All posts by Steve Ingram

Steve Ingram is the Leader of PwC Australia’s Cyber practice and Asia-Pacific Cyber Leader. Steve has been a partner with PwC since 2004, specialising in technology and cyber services, and has led a number of engagements providing clients with global response capabilities with a base in Melbourne and operational hubs in Houston, New York City, London, Johannesburg and Bangalore.

Steve was formerly a General Manager with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), where he was responsible for fraud and security related intelligence and risk management. Prior to the CBA, Steve was the lead fraud and integrity risk consulting Partner at Anderson, where he assisted numerous organisations manage their financial crime and corruption prevention programs, conduct investigations and integrate risk management systems.

During his earlier career in government, Steve’s roles included Manager Special Projects with the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and Detective with the Australian Federal Police. At the ICAC, Steve investigated some of the most sensitive allegations of corruption within the NSW public sector.

Steve has presented at forums including the 2015 World Economic Forum / Japan Cyber3 Conference, The Asian Development Bank, and the 2007 APEC summit in Australia. In 2007, Steve launched Forensically Speaking, a forum specifically designed for women working in the forensics industry.

Operation Cloud Hopper: How PwC helped uncover a global cyber espionage campaign

Operation Cloud Hopper: How PwC helped uncover a global cyber espionage campaign

A whodunnit of major proportions, Operation Cloud Hopper was gathering information on a cyber espionage campaign. What it revealed was an unprecedented style of attack, affecting at least 14 countries and a complex chain of business relationships.


Global cyber hack: Have your defences gone up soon enough?

The wave of ransomware attacks that have crippled organisations across 150 countries pose a very real threat to all Australian businesses. There are some straightforward measures for prevention – the question is, are they being taken seriously?


Report: Cloud leads the charge for cyber security

Cloud services, the IoT and big data are all presenting great opportunities for organisations to manage their cyber risks, says PwC’s Global State of Information Security Survey 2016.


Data glitch sparks cyber security push for Facebook

The discovery of a Facebook data loophole raises privacy concerns for users and proves that an active approach to cyber security is more urgent than ever.

Digital Pulse Podcast

Podcast: Cyber security trends for 2015

In this week’s podcast, we discuss the trends we expect to see from cyber security this year – and what businesses of all sizes can do to stay safe.


Has phishing become cybercrime’s new frontier?

Cybercriminals are using increasingly personalised tactics to mount phishing campaigns with a higher chance of success.


GSISS 2015: Why retailers need a future-forward cybersecurity strategy

Sub-par data governance and falling cybersecurity budgets have left retailers hoping to combat virtual crime more vulnerable than ever.


PwC and Child Wise join forces to create safer online spaces for children

Digital Pulse speaks with Lisa Cook, Director of child protection not-for-profit Child Wise, about how a joint submission with PwC has helped improve online safety for kids.


GSISS 2015: Cyber security and the power and utilities sector

For power and utilities companies, the need for cyber security strategies that respond to the shifting virtual crime landscape is more urgent than ever.


The financial risk of cyber security breaches

A well-designed cyber security program will not completely eliminate risk, but it will help ensure that organisation responds appropriately