Darwin Branch

We are looking for local information security practitioners to join our Darwin Branch. AISA membership will give you access to an expanded network of your peers in the information security industry.

If you would like to become an active member and assist with a meeting, have an interesting topic idea or would like to present please contact the branch chair, Sharmila Packiaraja sharmila.packiaraja@aisa.org.au

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AISA and ISC2 CISSP Online Training (June-July 2020)
In conjunction with ISC2, AISA is offering members CISSP online training. The course will be delivered online twice per week (Tuesdays & Thursdays) from 7:00pm to 9:30pm (AEST). This training starts on 9 June and concludes on 30 July 2020.

When: June 9 – July 30, 2020
AISA Webinar:  Ghost Army, Why let attackers have the advantage?
Join Jim Cook – Regional Director for Attivo Networks for a discussion on some of the most effective misdirection in history and special guest Andrew Scully – Head of Cyber from Shelde who will share some personal stories of using deception technology to catch attackers

When: June 11, 2020
AISA Cloud Branch Webinar: Hacking your career
Join us at the Cloud Branch for an online webinar on Hacking your career with guest speaker Ricki Burke, Founder of CyberSec People

When: June 12, 2020
AISA and ISC2 CCSP Online Training
In conjunction with ISC2, AISA is offering members Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) online training. The course will be delivered online twice per week (Monday and Wednesday) from 7:00pm to 9:30pm (AEST). This course starts on 29 June and concludes on 19 August 2020.

When: June 29 – August 19, 2020
AISA Webinar: How to maximize Breach and Attack Simulation activities
Join Mateen Padela, Solutions Architect from Keysight Technologies for an online discussion on how to maximise Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) to accurately assess security risk, identify misconfigurations and reveal gaps of security networks.

When: July 15, 2020