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AISA fulfils our mission of advancing the security and safety of Australia and Australians in many ways; one of these is educating Australians about cyber security risks and how to address them. Come see some of our pubic outreach activities supporting that.

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"Thank you Australian Information Security Association (AISA) for the opportunity to be part of your esteemed network. Your contributions to the information technology and security domains are immensely appreciated. I'm honored to collaborate with you."- Raza Nowrozy

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Join us today and become a part of our growing information security and cyber community. Benefits of membership include:

  • Instant connections to our growing community of over 12,000 members
  • Discounts on conferences, training and events
  • Early registration opportunities
  • Access to the free branch meetings, webinars and events

... plus much more!

“It is hard to put a value on my AISA membership. In the years that I've been a member, it has opened many doors for me with relationships and has helped me gain participation and strong involvement with the industry. The honour in which I was bestowed from my peers for AISA Cyber Security Professional of the Year 2020 has strengthened my belief even further in the value that we can bring together as members of AISA. AISA Membership definitely has value.” 
- Craig Ford, Brisbane

Latest News


Cyber Security Handbook for Small Business and NFP Directors

Posted on 17/05/2024
AISA and the AICD have collaborated to assist directors of SMEs and NFPs to build foundational cyber resilience and and strengthen their cyber security capabilities.


Australian Federal Government’s 2024–25 Budget

Posted on 16/05/2024
Read how the federal budget will impact data protection and the cyber security sector. Source: Australian Government, Treasury, 2024–25 Budget, May 2024


Australian Cyber Conference 2024

Posted on 14/05/2024
Australian Cyber Conference - Melbourne 2024


AISA Opens Applications for Cyber Security Scholarship Fund

Posted on 26/03/2024
AISA Opens Applications for Cyber Security Scholarship Fund to Boost Diversity and Grow Australia’s sovereign cyber capabilities


The Whistleblower Who Exposed Facebook

Posted on 24/03/2024
As part of Facebook’s now-disbanded 'Civic Integrity' group that worked on the company’s response to misinformation, Frances Haugen exposed the fact the company knew from its own internal research that Facebook amplifies hate and misinformation.