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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 10,000 members
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  • 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
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Australian Cyber Conference Melbourne Highlights 2022

Posted on 30/03/2023
Watch the highlights of CyberCon Melbourne 2022


Australian Cyber Conference 2023

Posted on 29/03/2023
Australian Cyber Conference - Melbourne 2023


AISA call for Speakers for CyberCon Melbourne 2023

Posted on 29/03/2023
AISA is calling for speakers to present at our Australian Cyber Conference Melbourne, 17-19 October 2023.


Howard enters China cyber fray

Posted on 22/03/2023
Former PM John Howard might not seem like obvious talent to open Australia’s most prominent cybersecurity conference, but sometimes it takes the older generation to let the nation’s digital guardians know where there is still real work to be done.


O’Neil demands APS be a cyber exemplar

Posted on 21/03/2023
Minister for home affairs and cyber security Clare O’Neil has put the public sector on notice that she expects the government to be an exemplar for good when it comes to defeating and mitigating cyber threats facing citizens.