Topic: Briefing on the Australian Cyber Security Strategy 2020
Join Hamish Hansford, First Assistant Secretary, Cyber, Digital and Technology Policy Division, Department of Home Affairs for a briefing on the recently released Australian Cyber Security Strategy 2020.
The Australian Cyber Security Strategy 2020 will invest $1.67 billion over 10 years to achieve a vision of creating a more secure online world for Australians, their businesses and the essential services upon which we all depend. Join the session to hear more about the strategy and how the government intends to work with industry and the community to improve the safety of Australians.
Australian Cyber Security Strategy 2020: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/cyber-security-subsite/files/cyber-security-strategy-2020.pdf
Participants will have the opportunity ask questions.
Speaker: Hamish Hansford, First Assistant Secretary, Cyber, Digital and Technology Policy Division Department of Home Affairs
Hamish Hansford is the First Assistant Secretary of Cyber, Digital and Technology Policy in the Australian Department of Home Affairs. In this role, Hamish leads Australia’s cyber security and cybercrime policy, online harms policy including countering terrorism and child exploitation, encryption policy as well as technology security policy.
Immediately prior to this, was the First Assistant Secretary of National Security and Law Enforcement Policy in the Department of Home Affairs where he delivered Australia’s first ever modern slavery act, surveillance, investigatory powers and lawful access reforms, as well as hardening of Australia’s counter money laundering, illicit firearms, terrorist financing and child exploitation regimes.
Prior to this, Hamish has held Senior Executive positions in the Department of Immigration and Border Protection and the former Australian Crime Commission. Hamish has also served in a range of intelligence, policy, planning, program delivery roles in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Attorney General’s Department, Australian Senate and the Office of Transport Security.
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Date: Thursday 20 August 2020
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST (Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne & Sydney)
- 11:30am - 12:30pm ACST (Adelaide & Darwin)
- 10:00am - 11:00am AWST (Perth)
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- A recording of the live session will be available for registrants after the event
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sharing. AISA webinars are considered TPL White as the information
contains minimal or no foreseeable risk of misuse. In addition AISA has evaluated the
use of Zoom for this purpose as aligned to ACSC
Web Conferencing Security, April 2020, see link at https://www.cyber.gov.au/publications/web-conferencing-security
and has implemented controls to minimise risks. You are required to register for the webinar via the Zoom