IoT Cyber Events
IoTSec Australia regularly collaborates with other organisations such as the IEEE Standards Association to advocate for secure digital practices in the IoT ecosystem. This includes conferences, webinars and other events.
IoTSec Australia is seeking to expand it's events in the near future. If you are interested in sponsoring an event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cybersecurity landscape with Tank Stream Labs
July 15, 2020
Increasingly, cyber security and cyber warfare are becoming front page, mainstream news. Every day people are hearing about cyber crimes, hacks, and cyber threats across our news outlets.
The ever-evolving landscape of cyber security is seeing it now becoming more of a militaristic commodity with innocent bystanders aka businesses, getting caught in the crossfire.
Join our expert panel as we discuss:
The current cyber threats: is it actually current or has it always been here? What's changed in the type of threats since 10 years ago?
The future of cyber security and cyber warfare in Australia and across the globe
How will this impact consumers, businesses, and startups? What can we do to protect ourselves?
Lani Refiti - Co-Founder & CEO, IoTSec Australia
Vikram Sareen - Chief Architect, Founder & CEO, Blue Bricks
Ian Yip - CEO, Avertro | Former CTO, McAfee APAC | Former Director, Cyber Security, EY
Nicole Stephensen, Principal Consultant, Ground Up Consulting
Cyber in Critical Infrastructure
June 15, 2020
As part of ICS Cyber Security Conference Singapore, IoTSEC CEO Lani Refiti hosted a panel of industry leaders to discuss cybersecurity, IIoT and critical infrastructure.
Critical infrastructure, which is primarily OT/ICS related is undergoing a shift from isolated and air-gapped systems to internet connected platforms with cyber security as a key enabler. This panel of end users will discuss the key objectives of modernising OT/ICS and how cyber security is playing a key enabler. Attendees will be able to learn what the key challenges and opportunities along with how industries from – power & utilities, ports, resource & mining along with property & construction are approaching this.
- Lani Refiti, CEO - IoTSec Australia
- Jeff Campbell, CISO - Horizon Power
- Vinod Vasudevan, Regional Product Security Officer - Carrier
- Dr Ernest Foo, Associate Professor - Griffith University
Privacy in the age of Emerging technology
November 29, 2018
With emerging technologies such as Smart Cities, the Internet of Things and AI/Machine Learning beginning to be adopted at large, questions surrounding it’s use, regulatory as well as ethical application are being asked.
“How will citizen privacy/data be protected when deploying Smart Cities technology infrastructure?”
“How will GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) affect the ability to collect user data and maximise it’s value?” and finally
“How do we ensure bias in AI/Machine Learning algorithms do not unfairly effect certain social groups?”
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- Phil Green, Privacy Commissioner - Office of the Information Commissioner QLD
- Martin Holzworth, Head of Cyber & Risk - Super Retail Group
- Matthew Schultz, President - Australian Smart Communities Association
- Nicole Stephensen, Principal - GroundUp Privacy
- Eric Dull, Chief Data Scientist - Deloitte US
October 12, 2017
Today approx 54% of the world's population resides in urban cities and this is projected to lift to 66% by 2050, with the world's urban population expected to hit 6 billion people by 2045. This makes the movement towards sustainable communities and cities even more compelling. Underpinning this is the concept of a Smart City, described by the Smart Cities Council as "..one that has digital technology embedded across all city functions".
In a Smart City where connected transport, smart health, integrated smart grids are interconnected, security of the infrastructure and citizen privacy will largely determine whether the a city's Smart City strategy is successful or not.
Come listen to business leaders and technologists on the latest trends in Smart/Sustainable Cities and what measures need to be undertaken to protect it now and in the future.
Major General Stephen Day (retired) - Former Head of Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), Former Co-ordinator of Australian Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC).
Neil Glentworth - Executive Chairman at GWI (formerly Glentworth Consulting).
Matthew Schultz - City Digital Officer at Ipswich City Council
Danielle Storey - Co-founder & Chief Innovation Officer at Smarter Technology Solutions
Amanda-Jane Turner - QLD Branch Chair at Australian Information Security Association
RSVP - https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/iotsec-australia-smart-cities-tickets-36306188788
June 23, 2016
1. Scott Reid - GM, Cisco Systems
2. Dr Simon Benson - Founder & CEO, Levaux
Security expert panel;
Wade Alcorn (Alcorn Group), Dr David Manfield (Australian Information Security Association), Dr Mark Branagan (CERT Australia), Mike Younger (EY), Dr Simon Benson (Levaux)
September 22, 2016
1. Charlie Offer - Partner, EY
2. Andrew West - Chair, DNP3 Council
Security expert panel;
Dr Ernest Foo (QUT), Dr Mark Branagan (CERT Australia), Peter Nikitser (ALC Group), Sean Murdoch (Queensland Urban Utilities), Andrew West (Chair, DNP3 Council)
Connected Transport/Autonomous Vehicles
December 01, 2016
Venue - BDO, Level 10/12 Creek Street, Brisbane
1. Miranda Blogg - Director, Co-operative & Automated Vehicles, Department Transport & Main Roads Queensland
2. Dr Andry Rakotonirainy - Deputy Director, Centre for Accident Research & Road Safety, Queensland University of Technology
Security expert panel;