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

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

Latest News

  

Boards and Cyber Resilience - AISA/AICD Research

Posted on 6/07/2022
A new study by the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), in partnership with AISA, reveals that while most Australian directors see cyber security as a high priority issue, there is still a lack of formal oversight at a board level.

  

Cybermindz launched

Posted on 1/07/2022
Powerful, innovative, dedicated not-for-profit mental health initiative for the cyber sector and beyond launched

  

How to succeed as a bug bounty hunter

Posted on 1/07/2022
US-based penetration tester Richard Ray (pictured) shares the skills, experience and tools he deploys to get paid for finding bug bounties, and the retired US army veteran also explains his five-step process.

  

Jobless rate fall strains cyber security talent pool

Posted on 11/03/2022
What does Australia's plummeting unemployment rate mean for cyber security recruitment and retention?

  

NSW branch leadership changes

Posted on 4/03/2022
AISA is pleased to announce that Amit Chaubey is the new NSW Branch chairperson after Laith Shahin decided to step back. Executive committee member Nicki Doble has accepted the deputy chairperson position vacated by Amit.