The Australian Cyber Conference, Melbourne 2023
The NSWCBE hosted 10 NSW SME Cyber businesses to co-exhibit at AISA’s Australian Cyber Conference in Melbourne 17-20 October 2023. The program assists businesses to grow and to support this goal the NSWCBE secured a prime stand location offering participating cyber businesses the opportunity to display and present their product/service at the booth. Many opportunities to network with potential customers were attended by the group which included attendance at the prestigious AISA Awards Dinner and Block Party. A highlight included a media profile through interviews with Sky News.
Held over 3 days the conference is attended by over 5000 delegates. The partnering businesses included:
Risk Associates Europe Ltd
Risk Associates is a client-centric cybersecurity firm supporting businesses in securing their information systems and data through achieving compliance with industry standards, strengthening their security posture, and ability to respond to cyber threats and breaches.
GuardWare products provide deep-level data protection, visibility and control, reducing the risk and building our cyber resilience.
Cyber Command Centre that helps leaders make business-driven decisions and meet regulatory compliance.
Truuth solves the problem of ID fraud with market-leading solutions for identity verification, fraud detection and password-less authentication.
We bring Security to Cyber
Augment your cyber team’s AppSec function with autonomous AI capable of triaging, correlating, and reasoning about your development security posture.
Janusnet Pty Ltd
Janusnet is Australia’s world-leading data classification developer - offering foundational zero trust capabilities, prevention of accidental disclosure: in document handling, in email transmission and web-conferencing.