Cyber Week 2022

Cyber Week 2022 has been built around the release of AustCyber’s flagship publication – The Sector Competitiveness Plan (SCP), which has been developed with over 60 Australian Cyber Security companies and experts. Our fourth SCP will be launched on day one of Cyber Week, and represent a critical piece of research that will help shape and inform the cyber security sector in Australia for years to come.

The week will be packed with the best cyber experts across the country, sharing their knowledge, experience, and insights through innovative discussions and debates. AustCyber will welcome a diverse domestic and international audience of government, industry leaders, corporates, small businesses, founders, and anyone interested in cyber security.
All virtual events listed here are free to attend (registering via Humanitix is necessary).
There is also a networking event here in Canberra at Rydges Hotel on Friday 18th November 11:30 – 2:00.

This year is the first time in 3 years that Cyber Week is being held in person and AustCyber are very excited to have opportunities to network in person again.

InTEACT members are more than welcome to attend.
If you have any questions please contact:

Louise Hegarty
National Network Coordinator
Stone & Chalk Group

Monday 14th Nov

Launch 11:00am – 1:15pm AEDT
Hypothetical 12:30pm – 3:00pm AEDT
Diversity 3:30pm – 5:00pm AEDT

Tuesday 15th Nov

Prevent your start up from being hacked 8:30am – 10:00am AEDT

Cyber Skills and Education 11:am – 1:30pm AEDT

Wednesday 16th Nov

Growing our cyber security sector through a strong export market 7:30 am – 10:00am AWST

Cyber Security for founders 12;00pm – 1:30pm AEDT

Thursday 17th Nov

Growth of the Australian Cyber Industry 8:00am – 10:30am ACDT

Friday 18th Nov Networking and Hackathon 11:30am – 2:00pm AEDT – Rydges Hotel, Forrest, Canberra

Missing Persons Hackathon, will facilitate a panel discussion with leading OSINT experts, law enforcement, and an investigative journalist about the search for missing persons and how digital footprints can assist or disadvantage an investigation. This Canberra-based event will be followed by a catered networking and an OSINT training session with OSINT Combine. Linda will also provide an exciting update on the Hackathon 2023 event. The inaugural National Missing Persons Hackathon occurred in 2019, delivering the first large-scale, crowdsourced open-source intelligence gathering of its kind in Australia for missing persons, and a first for a country to participate simultaneously in this manner. The event was successfully run in 2020, tripling the participation and the volume of submissions to police. The event will be followed by a catered networking event and an OSINT training session with OSINT Combine.

Event details:

11:00am–11:30pm AEDT: Arrival and check-in
11:30am–1:00pm AEDT: Panel session
1:00pm–2:00pm AEDT: Networking and lunch

Tickets are free but you MUST register to secure your spot at the event.
OSINT Training 1:00pm – 3:00pm AEDT

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