15th – 17th November 2021


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 13th being held virtually from November 15 – 17 2021

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


The Australian Cyber Conference 2021 – virtual edition 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 virtual conference will enable you to hear from 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 professional development sessions 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 2021 – virtual edition.

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.

AISA’s Event Code of Conduct

Our event will present opportunities to learn, share knowledge and network. We believe the event throughout the week 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 the virtual event and a prohibition from attending future events held by AISA. 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.

“The AISA conference provides attendees with the opportunity to learn and to network with some of the top cybersecurity practitioners. AISA also provides Australian companies and professionals the chance to showcase their strengths and capabilities.  Overall, AISA is very worthwhile event in a key part of the world.” 

Michael DanielPresident and CEO of Cyber Threat Alliance

“Another successful conference for AISA this year. Once again I was impressed with how they were able to attract really high quality and well known international and local speakers. Also the mix of topics was really good this year with enough diversity in the content to keep us all engaged.”

Jeff JacobsChief Information Security Officer of IAG GROUP

“Once again AISA has pulled together a conference with top level thought-provoking presenters, both local and international. The standard of presenters and their insights into recent and current events continues to make this the must-attend function on the Australian cybersecurity calendar”

Nigel CoxDepartment of Human Services

Spotlighting The Australian Cyber Conference – Virtual Edition with a message from Cybercon host, Juanita Phillips.