2019 Agenda

 

 

Canberra, 6 - 7 August 2019

Schedule

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Aug 609:10
Conference pass

Department of Defence: Cyber operations

Cyber Security in Gov Day 1
  • The Australian Defence Force’s approach to cyberspace operations
  • Capabilities development
  • How other government departments can assist
Major General Marcus Thompson, Head Information Warfare, Department of Defence
Aug 609:30
Conference pass

Inside Facebook: The secrets behind Facebook's meteoric rise and how you can apply them to your business

Cyber Security in Gov Day 1
Facebook’s unprecedented rise to world dominance is well-known. Harvard dorm room. Geeky teen founder. Hackathons. Billions of friends, fans, shares and likes. Fake news. Filter bubbles.But the true story of Facebook’s journey is far more fascinating than any outsider’s book or Hollywood movie. Former Facebook CEO for Australia and New Zealand, Stephen Scheeler, knows this story because he was there. In this captivating keynote, Stephen shares his insider’s insights about what makes Facebook tick, how the company makes decisions, how it nurtures its famous “move fast and break things” culture, how it drives innovation and disruption, and what Mark Zuckerberg and other Facebook leaders really do to maintain Facebook’s explosive growth, even in the face of front-page controversy.
Aug 609:50
Conference pass

Why privacy regulation is great for the public and private sectors

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  • Trust is fundamental for people to provide their personal data
  • Personal data fuels artificial intelligence, machine learning and analytics
  • With institutional trust at all-time lows, a privacy culture is now critical
Aug 611:05
Conference pass

Army cyber capability

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  • Cyber, electronic warfare and intelligence capability
  • Robotics and data analytics within the Australian army
  • Anticipating disruption by emerging technologies and organisations
Gus Mclachlan, AO (MAJGEN Retd), Professor (Practice) Leadership and Management Consultant, Monash University
Aug 611:05
Conference pass

Unlocking the potential of digital identity in Australia

Cyber Security in Gov Day 1
  • What does an Australia with digital identity look like?
  • What are the benefits of digital ID?
  • The Australian government has a sorry history trying to roll out national identity documents, how do we avoid the same pitfalls this time?
  • Why aren’t we setting ourselves up for success and how do we get things back on track?
Fergus Hanson, Head of the International Cyber Policy Centre, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Aug 611:45
Conference pass

How will digital identity benefit the economy?

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David Birch, Author, Advisor & Commentator on Digital Financial Services, Consult Hyperion
Aug 611:45
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The global cyber landscape: Past, present and future

Cyber Security in Gov Day 1
  • The evolving world of cyber security - where we were, where we are and where we are headed
  • How does Australia’s cyber landscape compare to rest of world?
  • Upcoming trends
Yaso Arumugam, Chief Information Officer, National Archives Authority
Prerana Mehta, Chief of Ecosystem Development, AustCyber
Aug 612:05
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The growth of the Australian cyber security ecosystem

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  • How does the Australian cyber security ecosystem compare to the rest of the world?
  • Our growth to date and the initiatives to continue
Fergus Hanson, Head of the International Cyber Policy Centre, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Aug 614:00
Conference pass

Digital Identity: Cyberwar and peace

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  • A famous media theorist (“the medium is the message”) once said that WWIII would be an information war with no differentiation between military and civilian participants.
  • And as renowned, cyber security guru, Bruce Schneier, wrote “Book Press here to Kill Everybody,” cyber war is the new normal. So, what are we going to do?
  • Digital identity is a fundamental component of our defences against fake people, fake news and fake things. But what are you going to do to make it a reality?
David Birch, Author, Advisor & Commentator on Digital Financial Services, Consult Hyperion
Aug 614:30
Conference pass

Roundtables

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Aug 616:45
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The drive for freedom

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  • “The struggle is not about driving a car, the struggle is about being in the driver’s seat of our own destiny”
  • Manal al-Sharif reveals how women in her country are forced to be faceless, voiceless, and nameless. She describes how she launched the Women2Drive campaign, which encourages Saudi women to drive in a country where it was against the law for them to operate a vehicle. Her story explains why it is important for us all to acknowledge the difference our actions can make to the position of women now and for the future.
  • Manal's story is about what it is like to be a working woman in a male-dominated field, globally and specifically in Saudi Arabia. She presents the challenges, facts and reality, and how they can make you or break you.
Manal Al-Sharif, Forbes Top 50 Women in Tech 2018, TIME Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World, Author & Women’s Rights Activist, Manal al-Sharif

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Aug 709:10
Conference pass

Australia's world leading cyber diplomacy - What we've achieved and what's next

Cyber Security in Gov Day 2
  • The 2019 International Cyber Engagement Strategy Progress Report
  • Stepping up the Cyber Cooperation Program
  • Deterring malicious actors and reinforcing a peaceful and stable cyberspace
Tobias Feakin, Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Aug 709:50
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The importance of incident management as a focus of Victoria’s Cyber Security Strategy

Cyber Security in Gov Day 2
  • Understanding the contemporary cyber risk environment
  • Knowing your capability requirements for effective incident management
  • Putting it all in practice - understanding what works
David Cullen, Principal Advisor, Cyber Incidents and Emergency Management, Department of Premier and Cabinet V.I.C.
Aug 711:00
Conference pass

Practical strategies to building cyber resiliency in your organisation

Cyber Security in Gov Day 2
  • Building and communicating your cyber security strategy
  • Leveraging a threat intelligence focus approach to cyber security
  • Know your environment and your enemy and planning an effective defence
Ian McKenzie, CTO, Department of Parliamentary Services
Aug 711:40
Conference pass

Current threat landscape for mobile devices

Cyber Security in Gov Day 2
  • Current Threat Landscape
  • Full Spectrum of Risks - Device threats, app-based threats, and MiTM attacks
  • Security beyond the perimeter
  • Real use cases for Mobile Threat Detection
Aaron Cockerill, Chief Strategy Officer, Lookout, Inc.
Aug 714:00
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Changing cybersecurity threats and trends in Australia and Asia

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  • Unveiling the Security Intelligence Report (SIR) to improve cyber resilience in Asia-Pacific
  • Core insights and key trends of the SIR
  • Deriving Asia-pacific insights from analysing data from 15 markets
Abbas Kudrati, Chief Cyber Security Advisor, Microsoft Asia
Aug 714:20
Conference pass

The future workplace design

Cyber Security in Gov Day 2
  • The current cyber security working environment
  • Do we have a resourcing problem?
  • Correlation between diversity and national security
Moderator: Maria Macnamara, Head of Strategic Communications and Engagement, Digital Transformation Agency (DTA)
Mike Webb, CIO, The Treasury
Aug 714:40
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The Paris terror attacks: what it did to counter-terrorism intelligence and cyber security globally

Cyber Security in Gov Day 2
  • The post-effects and the relationship between France and Australia
  • Global cyber trends and counter-terrorism intelligence
Stephen Brady, previous Australia’s Ambassador to France, Stephen Brady
last published: 19/Jun/19 04:05 GMT