Posted on 25/09/2023
Our judging panel were thrilled with the high calibre of nominations for 2023. Congratulations to all nominees. Our 2023 Cyber Security Award finalists are listed below. Member voting is now open and will close at midnight on 1 October 2023.
Posted on 1/09/2023
NZSM correspondent Jennie Vickers attended CyberCon Melbourne in October 2022, gaining wisdom from some of the most inspirational speakers on the planet. She shares her takeaways from the Australian Information Security Association’s flagship event.
Posted on 4/07/2023
The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) has established the AISA Foundation Scholarship Fund. This fund has been endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (DGR)
Posted on 26/06/2023
Australian Cyber Conference - Melbourne 2023
Posted on 20/06/2023
secureGOV is AISA’s exciting new annual journal of record for government which chronicles the changing threat climate that faces Australia’s government agencies at the federal, state and local government levels
Posted on 4/06/2023
The AISA Board of Directors has made a decision regarding AISA’s continued participation in the Australian Cyber Security Professionalisation (ACSP) program led by AustCyber.
Posted on 10/05/2023
Read how the federal budget will impact the cyber security industry
Posted on 1/05/2023
RSAC CISO Boot Camp is an invitation-only gathering of CISOs and those on the path to becoming CISOs from a broad set of organisations around the globe.
Posted on 11/04/2023
AISA was pleased to submit a response to the Privacy Act Review Report 2022 in collaboration with the Australian Cyber Law Institute (ACLI).
Posted on 30/03/2023
Watch the highlights of CyberCon Melbourne 2022
Posted on 29/03/2023
AISA is calling for speakers to present at our Australian Cyber Conference Melbourne, 17-19 October 2023.
Posted on 22/03/2023
Former PM John Howard might not seem like obvious talent to open Australia’s most prominent cybersecurity conference, but sometimes it takes the older generation to let the nation’s digital guardians know where there is still real work to be done.
Posted on 21/03/2023
Minister for home affairs and cyber security Clare O’Neil has put the public sector on notice that she expects the government to be an exemplar for good when it comes to defeating and mitigating cyber threats facing citizens.
Posted on 21/03/2023
Increases in cyber related incidents and changes to Federal
Government requirements will see businesses in Australia needing to find $10 billion a year
for cyber security measures.
Posted on 20/03/2023
Damien Manuel, Australian Information Security Association (AISA) Board Chair, tells Sky News that in terms of cybersecurity, there’s “a lot more that could be done” to address threats.