Security on the Move comes to Melbourne

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Experts to offer technical help, case studies and insights.

SC Magazine and AusCERT are pleased to announce the second Security on the Move conference to be held in Melbourne on Thursday March 8th.

The Melbourne event will deliver coverage on security challenges, technical expertise and revealing security case studies.

During the event you'll hear an insider's account of how Victoria locks down electronic voting and how online auto market CarSales.com overcame fraud. Also, hear from Telstra's security operations centre, and learn the red flags of cloud security from security testers.

AusCERT will also be on hand to answer questions from the industry and it's resident senior information security analyst, Jonathan Levine, will dissect the role security will play in life-supporting devices as they become more networked and IT dependant.

More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks. Please visit the Security on the Move registration page for full details and to book your seat.

I look forward to seeing you there.

- Darren

Copyright © SC Magazine, Australia


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