ACSC Conference returns to Canberra in April
Registrations have opened for the fourth Australian Cyber Security Centre Conference, to be held at the National Convention Centre in Canberra from 11–12 April.
The conference will bring together many of the world’s top cyber experts to address cybersecurity practices and building a culture of resilience.
The presentations and panel discussions will cover:
- cyber deterrence, attribution and foreign interference
- defending the enterprise
- protecting control systems and critical government services
- technological disrupters
- skills, education and the cyber workforce.
Organisers are aiming for 1400 delegates from industry, academia and government, both domestic and international.
Delegates will be given training opportunities and increased engagement with senior government officials and industry leaders.
The conference will also be an opportunity for industry to provide feedback on the federal government’s policy and approach to cybersecurity.
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