The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Conference will be back in 2018 with the theme ‘From Security to Resilience’.
In its fourth year, the Conference will again feature leading cyber security experts from Australia and abroad, to discuss the latest threats, mitigations and advances in cyber security.
The ACSC Conference will be one of the premier cyber security conferences of 2018 and will provide delegates, sponsors and exhibitors with an opportunity to get together, hear from experts and forge collaborative partnerships.
What: Australian Cyber Security Centre Conference 2018
When: 11-12 April 2018 (with a welcome reception on 10 April)
Where: National Convention Centre, Canberra
Who: CEOs, CIOs, CISOs, CTOs, ICT Managers, ITSAs, ITSPs, IRAP Assessors, Researchers, Cyber Policy Advisers, Risk managers – anyone with an interest in cyber security or connected to the internet.
The 2018 conference will be a little different to previous ACSC conferences — the program and activities are being redesigned, with a focus on specific topics, with less streams, and we’ll have our exhibitors spread out over two floors.
The 2018 Conference will focus on cybercrime; cyber deterrence, attribution and foreign interference; business process compromise; protecting control systems and critical government services; technological disrupters; and skills, education, and the cyber workforce.
The new tighter program allows for increased focus on world class content, and will provide exceptional opportunities for attendees to engage with peers and partners to improve the nation’s cyber resilience. This will include increased access to senior government officials — and the opportunity to give us your thoughts on the government’s policy and approach to cyber security.
Our vision is to promote, inspire, and support women to recognise and embrace the opportunity of a career in cyber security. Through working collaboratively with Government, industry, and academia, we seek to ensure the cyber security workforce is equipped with the skills and diversity of thought to address security challenges into the future.
We are still aiming for 1,400 delegates and are keen for a mix of industry, academia and government (both domestic and international).
We look forward to seeing you all in April 2018 for a great conference!