Security and Government Expo is a one-day pop-up expo with 35 security solutions providers promoting their technologies and products to government and commercial end users, consultants, integrators and installers in Canberra and the ACT in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
ASIS ACT will hold its annual dinner after the Security and Government Expo and ASIS Seminars at The Press Club. There are only 140 seats available and last year was a sell-out.
The dinner is the perfect opportunity to do some networking, to catch up with industry colleagues and to have an all-round good evening.
Details to follow.
ASIS ACT SAGE Seminar Speakers
10.00am Speaker 1, Geoffrey Askew, AM, principal, Askew & Associates, and former senior executive (Security and Emergency Management), QANTAS Group, who will speak on “Rethinking Australian Aviation Security Management and Funding”.
11.00am Speaker 2, Julian Talbot, ASM, co-author, Security Risk Management Body of Knowledge (SRMBoK), who will speak on “Enterprise Security Risk Management”.
12.00pm Speaker 3, Keynote Address by MAJGEN Dr Marcus Thompson, AM, Head, Information Warfare Division, Australian Defence Force in the main Expo room.
2.00pm Speaker 4, Raymond Frangie, CISA, CISSP, cybersecurity expert, who will speak on “Smart Buildings: Cybersecurity Threat or Opportunity”.
3.00pm Speaker 5, Nicky Finn, agency security adviser, National Indigenous Australians Agency, who will speak on “The role of Agency Security Advisers, Accrediting and Certifying Authorities”.
4.00pm Speaker 6, Scott Taylor, CPP, JP, chief operating officer, Southern Cross Group, and NSW ASIS Chapter Chairman, who will speak on “Defeating Access Controls Using Social Engineering” at the main Expo room.
As in previous years, the seminar format will be presentations on the hour every hour from 10am (except lunch break at 1pm) for 30 minutes, with up to 15 minutes for questions, then a 15-minute break until the next speaker.
Attendees should note that organisers will take all COVID-19 precautions and conform with all safety recommendations that apply at the time of the event.