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Australian Cyber Conference 2019
Melbourne, October 7-9

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#cybercon

Australian Cyber Conference 2019
Melbourne, October 7-9

Register for CyberConContact Us

The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) is the premier industry body for information security professionals in Australia. As a nationally recognised not-for-profit organisation, AISA champions the development of a robust information security sector by building the capacity of professionals in Australia and advancing the cyber security and safety of the Australian public, as well as businesses and government.

AISA prides itself on the annual national conference, the 12th being held in Melbourne from October 7 – 9

Join us in October as we bring together local and global thought leaders and industry experts in once place to effect change.

Unless otherwise specified (1) the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) do not recommend or endorse information presented during the 2019 Australian Cyber Conference; and (2) any opinions expressed during the conference are the presenter’s own and do not reflect the opinion of AISA, ASD or the Australian Government.

Get to know our 2019 Diamond Sponsors

  • BlackBerry/Cylance
    BlackBerry/Cylance
  • Vectra Corporation
    Vectra Corporation
  • BAE Systems
    BAE Systems
  • Pure Security
    Pure Security
  • IBM
    IBM
  • AustCyber
    AustCyber
  • ACSC
    ACSC
  • PwC
    PwC
  • Microsoft
    Microsoft
  • Thales
    Thales

Who attends?

The Australian Cyber Conference 2019 will  provide business leaders with insights and best practices taught by the industry’s top experts through keynotes, panel sessions and live demonstrations. Attending the conference will enable you to  network with these practitioners to help you better understand and manage current threats, as well as identify and prepare to meet emerging challenges. An interactive format of workshops, plenary sessions and the opportunity to network with expert practitioners in the field of cyber security is a must for all organisations in the current business environment.

AISA invites all individuals to participate in the Australian Cyber Conference 2019.

The 2018 conference comprised over 2000 individuals across Australia and 2019 is projected to grow considerably. Delegates range from company directors and managers to lawyers, risk professionals, software architects, and technical security specialists. They come from a broad range of industries from education to finance, government, healthcare, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and utilities.

AISA’s focus groups, conferences, presentations, and networking events, cater to a large range of specialisations.

The diverse nature of our audience enables a variety of perspectives and subjects for discussion at each of our meetings. Most importantly, our conference helps to independently promote awareness and understanding of cyber security issues in the community.

Conference Registration

From $440 per person

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AISA’s Event Code of Conduct

Security events present opportunities to learn, share knowledge and network. As a security event organiser, we believe these events should represent a safe, enjoyable and inclusive environment for all people, irrespective of gender, race, ethnicity, age, sexuality, religion, disability, socio-economic background, experience, size, shape and so on. No one should be subject to any harassment, bullying or abuse. Any such behaviour will not be tolerated and we will take such action as we deem necessary to ensure it does not reoccur.  This may include immediate removal from an event and a prohibition from attending future events. This Code of Conduct explains exactly what we mean by unacceptable behaviour and it outlines the steps someone subjected to such behaviour at an event can take to report it. To view AISA’s full events Code of Conduct click AISA Event Code of Conduct

Creche

The team at the Australian Cyber Conference is pleased to announce a creche service will be available at Cyber Con. The creche will be available to delegates children aged 0 – 6 on both Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 October. Bookings are essential – as places are limited. For further information please click here.

Disclaimer

Unless otherwise specified (1) the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) do not recommend or endorse information presented during the 2019 Australian Cyber Conference; and (2) any opinions expressed during the conference are the presenter’s own and do not reflect the opinion of AISA, ASD or the Australian Government.

BlackBerry/Cylance

BlackBerry is a trusted security software and services company that provides enterprises and governments with the technology they need to secure the Internet of Things. BlackBerry is unwavering in its commitment to safety, cybersecurity, data privacy, and leads in key areas such as AI, endpoint security and management, encryption and embedded systems. For more information, visit BlackBerry.com and follow @BlackBerry.

Vectra Corporation

Vectra Corporation (www.vectra-corp.com) provides cyber security services and solutions to more than 2,000 Australian organisations across a wide variety of market sectors including; local, state and federal governments, financial services, transport, telecoms, retail, leisure and gaming.Widely known as the leading provider of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance services in Australasia, Vectra’s portfolio of services also includes cyber security consulting, managed services and security solutions. Key managed service offerings include managed Security Information Event Management (SIEM) with 24/7 monitoring via the Vectra Security Operations Centre, managed network security, managed vulnerability scanning and managed sensitive data discovery. Consulting services include Risk and Compliance Management, Penetration Testing, Security Architecture, Compliance Assessments and Vulnerability Assessments. Vectra has partnered with key security vendors such as IBM, to tailor the best of breed security solutions to the needs of our customers.As a leading IBM Security partner, Vectra has worked with IBM to bring IBM Security solutions to the SMB market, by tailoring them to meet the needs of smaller organisations and making them more affordable. Vectra specialist resources can implement and support IBM Security solutions for all organisations, from small business to enterprise.

BAE Systems

We’ve used our intelligence-led insights for decades to help defend Governments, Nations and societies from cyber-attacks and financial crime. Our customers depend on our evolving capabilities to help them safely grow their organisations. Our unprecedented access to threat intelligence, world-leading analysts and market-leading technology means we can help them to adapt, evolve and stay ahead of the criminals.We solve complex data problems using our unique set of solutions, systems, experience and processes by analysing huge volumes of data. We defend our customers against cyber attacks, detect fraud, comply with laws and regulations, and conduct intelligence-led policing.

Pure Security

Building a strong reputation in cyber security is a tough gig for any business. We’re thankful our new brand comes with a 20 year history from our rich heritage in Pure Hacking, HackLabs, Certitude and Securus Global. While all of these businesses originally came from different backgrounds, our combined appetite for customer security will only continue to grow now under a single brand – Pure Security.

IBM

Traditional security defences are no match for today’s well-funded attackers, while disruptive technologies, like Cloud and IoT, introduce new vulnerabilities to exploit. IBM Security, delivers integrated-AI infused solutions and services to help identify and protect critical assets, detect advanced threats, and respond to incidences. In a world where IT is your business and digital transformation and the journey to the hybrid cloud is essential for you to compete, get expert advice from a trusted partner to help you prevent the ‘if’, and respond and recover quickly from the ‘when’.

AustCyber

AustCyber – the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network – supports the development of a vibrant and globally competitive Australian cyber security sector and in doing so, enhances Australia’s future economic growth in a digitally enabled global economy.AustCyber works to align and scale Australian cyber security research and innovation related activities in the private sector, research community, academia and across Australian governments. Charged with building infrastructure to support the growth of a sector, AustCyber collaborates across the Australian economy to support a range of other government initiatives related to Australia’s cyber security readiness and resilience.Beyond our shores, AustCyber also works internationally with a range of partners to develop sustained export pathways for Australian solutions and capability. This further enables the rapidly growing Australian cyber security sector to tap into global hubs located within cyber security ‘hot spots’ around the world.

ACSC

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) leads the Australian Government’s efforts to improve cyber security. Our role is to help make Australia the safest place to connect online. We monitor cyber threats across the globe 24 hours a day, seven days a week so we can alert Australians early on what to do.We provide advice and information about how to protect yourself and your business online. When there is a cyber security incident, we provide clear and timely advice to individuals, small to medium business, big business and critical infrastructure operators.We work with our business, government and academic partners and experts in Australia and overseas to investigate and develop solutions to cyber security threats.We have a national footprint of Joint Cyber Security Centres where we collaborate with nearly 200 industry, government and academic partners on current cyber security issues. We also work with law enforcement authorities to fight cybercrime.Cyber security is everyone’s responsibility. Let’s work together to make Australia the safest place to connect online.

PwC

In an increasingly complex world, PwC works with businesses, Government and the community to help Australia continue to thrive and grow. PwC Australia delivers quality in audit, assurance, consulting and tax services to more than 5,000 clients. We’re part of a network of firms in 158 countries with over 250,000 people.PwC leads the professional services sector as one of the top 50 brands worldwide and PwC Australia is ranked first on LinkedIn’s Top Companies list of where Australians want to work. We are bold about our commitment to diversity and inclusion, and we empower flexible working.Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems.We believe the most important problems are better solved together. PwC is a powerful multiplier of connections and innovation. It’s what we do best: connecting people, businesses, technology and ideas to solve important problems.At PwC, we call this The Together Effect.

Microsoft

Microsoft enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.

Thales

The people we all rely on to make the world go round – they rely on Thales. Our customers come to us with big ambitions: to make life better, to keep us safer. Combining a unique diversity of expertise, talents and cultures, our architects design and deliver extraordinary high technology solutions. Solutions that make tomorrow possible, today. From the bottom of the oceans to the depth of space and cyberspace, we help our customers think smarter and act faster – mastering ever greater complexity and every decisive moment along the way. With 65,000 employees in 56 countries, Thales reported sales of €16 billion in 2018.