Oceania CACS conference targets technology-driven change

Monday, 06 March, 2017

Oceania CACS conference targets technology-driven change

Oceania CACS 2017 will provide insights into the solutions that can be adopted within organisations facing the accelerating impact of technology-driven change.

This is the premier ISACA event for IT security, CIOs, IS auditors, consultants, educators, IS security professionals, risk professionals and internal IT auditors in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Asia.

For members and non-members alike, it offers an opportunity for attendees to advance their careers, attend master workshops and network.

This year, the conference will be held over two days in Canberra. The conference will deliver cutting-edge insights from 14 industry experts, including four keynotes.

The 2017 keynote speakers include Alastair MacGibbon, Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security; Lynwen Connick, First Assistant Secretary Information Sharing and Intelligence, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet; Mike Trovato, Managing Partner, Cyber Risk Advisors; and Gai Brodtmann, Member for Canberra, Shadow Minister for Cyber Security and Defence.

The conference includes networking drinks on arrival on Sunday, 10 September, with the commencement of Oceania CACS on 11 September. A gala dinner will be hosted at the National Museum of Australia on the first day, offering a chance to truly solidify business relationships in an enjoyable environment.

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