Australian Cyber Conference postponed

AUSTRALIA'S premier cyber conference, Australian Cyber Conference, will be postponed for 12 months, with a new date to be set for 15 -17 November 2021.

AISA Chairman Damien Manuel says while it is disappointing for all involved, the decision has been made in the best interests of protecting delegates’ health and ensuring sponsors and delegates have the best possible experience.

“Due to the current circumstances, we have made the decision because of the uncertainty with travel restrictions and we have a responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of all involved,” he said.

“We want to ensure that when sponsors, exhibitors and delegates come to Australian Cyber Conference, they can book with confidence knowing that everything will proceed as scheduled with our international keynote speakers and the current environment is too uncertain.”

“The Australian Cyber Conference has grown to become a much-anticipated event and a highlight in the industry calendar. Now that industry will wait another year to attend, we are anticipating delegates will come from all over Australia, New Zealand and internationally to make the Australian Cyber Conference 2021 the biggest event yet,” he said.

“I encourage all of industry to save 15-17 November 2021 in your diaries, the Australian Cyber Conference 2021 is not to be missed!”

More information please visit the event website- www.cyberconference.com.au