Posted on 9/02/2017
As AISA moves into its 18th year of existence, a number of big and positive changes are planned at local and national level. Over the coming months, members will have the opportunity to participate in AISA’s new consultation groups on key industry is
Posted on 3/02/2017
The Australian InfoSec industry peak body (AISA) reaffirms its commitment to deliver positive outcomes for AISA and its members. The Board has developed a strategic plan for the organisation’s growth and advocacy that will reinforce its industry exp
Posted on 21/11/2016
Most organisations fail to secure their information assets due to a lack of appropriately skilled cyber security workers within their organisation, new research suggests.
Posted on 4/10/2016
Andre McGregor, Director of Security at Tanium, is one keynote speaker not to be missed at this year’s conference. As the technical consultant to the award-winning TV show Mr. Robot, a drama about the life of Elliot Alderson, cyber security engineer
Posted on 26/04/2016
The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) welcomes the Australian Government's $230 million Cyber Security Strategy announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull last week.
Posted on 3/07/2015
Announcement to members from the AISA Board of Directors
AISA's Board of Directors is very pleased to announce the appointment of Arno Brok to the new role of chief executive officer (CEO), effective 1 July 2015.
Posted on 3/07/2015
You may recall that in 2013 we converted from an incorporated association to a public company limited by guarantee and as part of that process we adopted a new constitution....
Posted on 1/10/2011
Dear Members, Please review the draft submission by AISA to the Australian Government's cyber security white paper development process. This has been developed by an AISA working party on your behalf. The working party based the submission on the sur
Posted on 8/12/2008
As an Information Technology body specialising in Information Security and Assurance, it is AISA's opinion that the primary objectives of the government plan to block unwanted content, will not work effectively, potentially wasting millions of dollar