21 - 22 September, 2010, WatersEdge, Sydney, NSW
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1) IQPC Podcasting with Peter Fowler, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Gov SA
2) IQPC Podcast with Tony Fisher, Manager of Information and Security Section, Queensland Police Service
3) The Hon. Robert McClelland MP, ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF AUSTRALIA – Speech at e-Security 2009
4) CERT Strategies to Mitigate Cyber Intrusions
5) Rethinking the Blueprint for Endpoint Security: 09 Panel Presentation
6) Terror moves into the digital age
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Commissioner for Law Enforcement Data Security
Complying with the increasing number and complexity of regulations is a top concern of today’s enterprises. In this session, Bill will discuss:
Head of IT Security
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE VIC
Sanjay will discuss the different aspects of information security challenges and the risks organisations are facing today. He will take a high level view on the different ways to overcome these challenges using a more strategic and practical approach based on the business appetite. The key topic includes:
IT Compliance Manager – Asia & Pacific
Assistant Privacy Commissioner
OFFICE OF THE PRIVACY COMMISSIONER
Data protection has become much more specialised. This is the direct result of an expanded awareness of the variety of risks, increased levels of user expectations and the growing range of technology options available to address specific problems. As a result, the way we approach risk and risk-related services also needs to evolve.
Manager Risk, Information Security and Control Management Group
BUSINESS LINK NSW
Today, many workers are carrying laptops, smart phones and other mobile computing devices containing at least some business data, such as contact lists, account passwords, confidential emails and file attachments. While these devices are increasingly well-connected, they are largely unsecured and can pose a significant risk to business networks and data.
Senior Manager Security (ITSA)
Data security needs may change. Government regulations and compliance standards may shift and change the life cycle of preserved data and the level of security to which it must be held. This session will cover:
IT Security & Assurance Manager
National ICT Program and Security Manager
AUSTRALIAN HEALTH PRACTITIONER REGULATION AGENCY (AHPRA)
Ensuring Website Resilience To Attack
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