Lee Bailie and Nadene Serman are nominees at the Australian Cyber Security Awards 2024.

InfoTrack Leaders Nominated for Cyber Security Awards

Property tech company InfoTrack has been a digital pioneer in the e-conveyancing space for more than two decades. Now, two of its leaders are recognised for their cybersecurity expertise.

InfoTrack’s Head of Property Australia, Lee Bailie, and Global Chief Technology Officer, Nadene Serman, have been nominated at the Australian Cyber Security Awards 2024.

Lee Bailie Nominated

Lee Bailie is nominated for “Cyber Security Champion of the Year—Internal,” which recognises an in-house employee who drives and upholds cybersecurity practices within their organisation or company.

Among his many achievements, Lee has overseen the establishment and growth of Securexchange, a digital property exchange workspace dedicated to fighting cybercrime.

“Given cybercriminals are increasingly targeting large deposit transactions, it’s vital to create a safe and secure platform for property professionals. I am encouraged to see Securexchange go from strength to strength,” Mr Bailie said.

“To be nominated in the Cyber Security Champion of the Year category is such an honour, and I am humbled to have been recognised among professionals committed to advancing cybersecurity in their respective fields,” he said.  

Nadene Serman Nominated

Nadene Serman is nominated for Female Cyber Security Leader of the Year, recognising the female cyber leader who most effectively shaped their organisation’s success.

As a leading IT Executive with a proven track record in spearheading first-of-its-kind technology and business transformation, she has bolstered the InfoTrack Global Security Team while working to change department mindsets.

“I believe cybersecurity is the responsibility of all in the organisation, and we should work together to mitigate threats, manage risks, and ensure compliance. My efforts have helped InfoTrack’s continued expansion into overseas markets,” Ms Serman said.

Other priorities have included undergoing a company-wide cyber assessment, advancing Australian arms ISO certification, and initiating a proof of concept (POC), which will examine static application security testing (SAST) to mitigate security risks through early detection.

Ms Serman is also a passionate advocate for women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and an active member of InfoTrack’s internal Women in Technology (WiT) group.

“Women in Technology are not just shaping the future; they are revolutionising it. Their diverse perspectives, innovative ideas, and unwavering determination are driving the industry forward, proving that when we include all voices, we all succeed,” she said.

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Now in its second year, the Australian Cyber Security Awards by cyberdaily.au will be held at the National Convention Centre in Canberra on Thursday, June 20.
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