AISA is pleased to invite current members and the wider cyber security community to the first ever Darwin Half Day Security Conference! This year the conference is being held at the Hilton Hotel Darwin on Wednesday 22 September 2021 and we hope to attract over 40 attendees. Similar in format to our ever-popular BrisSEC, AdelaideSEC and PerthSEC conferences this half-day event will be run and hosted by members, for members and guests of the Darwin information and cyber security community.
Attend this event to hear from professionals working in the cyber security and information technology sector to learn about current threats and how to best protect company operations and information.
Registration open from 8:30am
Conference: 9:00am - 2:00pm
The event will conclude with networking lunch and drinks which will be served from 12:45pm
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We have sponsorship, exhibition and branding opportunities for this conference. If you would like to be sent the prospectus, please email the AISA Event & Sponsorship Manager, Susanna Palermo on [email protected] or call mobile 0403 232 317.
Hilton Hotel Darwin
32 Mitchell St, Darwin City NT 0800
Self parking: Not available
Valet parking: AU$39.00
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CONSENT TO SHARE DETAILS
A list of consenting registrants details will be provided to our sponsors and exhibitors. These details will include full name, position, organisation and email address. At registration you will be asked if you consent to having your details shared with sponsors and exhibitors, by selecting a yes or no response.
If you have any enquiries regarding this event please contact the AISA Event & Sponsorship Manager, Susanna Palermo via email: [email protected]
AISA is monitoring and assessing new developments pertaining to the Covid-19 pandemic. The health and safety of our attendees and exhibitors is our top priority. We encourage our members to monitor the Department of Health for additional information, as well as recommendations for protecting themselves from an infection.
CODE OF CONDUCT
AISA has a Code of Conduct for events, that outlines our expectations for all participants. Event organisers and AISA officials are onsite to enforce this code and require full cooperation to help us promote a safe and enjoyable event experience for everyone. Decisions related to the Code of Conduct are at the sole discretion of the event organiser and AISA officials and are final.
Full Code of Conduct details are available at: www.aisa.org.au/Events_code_of_Conduct
If you are no longer able to attend the Conference, please let us know at least 48 hours prior to the event date via email [email protected]
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
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